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Using IBM Sterling Inventory Visibility in App Connect

IBM® Sterling Inventory Visibility is a stand-alone cloud service solution that seamlessly integrates with any commerce solution and provides accurate real-time global visibility information. With IBM Sterling Inventory Visibility, you can have a single, centralized, and accurate view of real...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed key-value and document database. It is a NoSQL database that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. It is a multi-master, multi-region database that restores data and provides backup. It encrypts data by using your encryption keys....

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Jenkins

Jenkins is an extensible open source automation server that can be used to automate the building and delivery of your projects, and support continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD). Jenkins manages and controls DevOps processes throughout the lifecycle. Using Jenkins with...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Kafka

Kafka streams data between two applications and is often used to perform real time analytics. It passes data between producers and consumers using message based topics inside a Kafka cluster . It's durability and ability to scale make it a popular choice for use in website activity tracking,...

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IBM App Connect: Developing integrations with AI powered support for an array of complex fields with Mapping Assist

Mapping Assist introduces Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities in IBM App Connect to accelerate the speed of development, shorten time to value and improve overall user experience by providing intelligent, customized data map suggestions. Mapping Assist will return AI model suggestions for...

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Using IBM App Connect in a containerised environment to interact with Java Database Connectivity

The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API is Java-based technology that provides access to data sources such as database management systems and files. IBM App Connect provides a JDBC connector that offers database-independent connectivity. The JDBC connector introduces Custom SQL Query...

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Exploring the new Test facility for API flows in App Connect Designer

In the latest IBM Cloud Pack for Integration release (CP4i 2020.3.1), you can test a running App Connect Designer API flow with the new API flow test feature. With an already deployed Cloud Pack for Integration and an App Connect Designer instance available, we can look further at this feature...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Oracle Taleo Business Edition

Oracle Taleo Business Edition (TBE) is a service that enables you to hire the best talent by choosing the appropriate candidates. It helps businesses onboard candidates, track their performance, train existing employees and upgrade their skills. Using Oracle TBE with App Connect You can...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft® Exchange is a mail and calendar server solution that runs on the Windows Server operating system. As its description suggests, Microsoft Exchange manages your emails, contacts and calendars and it is often used in schools and small to medium sized businesses. Microsoft...

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A technical dive of Integration Server Configuration for App Connect on CP4I

Co-author: @John Reeve Integration Server Configuration is one of the Kubernetes custom resources that are defined by the IBM App Connect Operator in IBM Cloud Pak for Integration (V 2020.1 and later). If you need to set up configurations for an integration server, you'll need to create...

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