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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Google Cloud BigQuery

Google Cloud BigQuery is an analytical data warehousing solution that enables large enterprises to analyze data across clouds at high speeds. It is a data storage service that can replicate data, provide automatic backup / snapshots of your data and enable you to easily restore and compare data...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Microsoft Teams

Microsoft® Teams is a chat-based tool that provides a common platform for remote teams to share information and work together. Described as a “hub for teamwork” it provides chats, video meetings, application integration (for instance with Trello or GitHub), and file storage. You can also access...

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Using IBM App Connect to interact with Google Cloud Pub/Sub

Google Cloud Pub/Sub is a publish/subscribe service, which is an asynchronous real-time messaging service. It sends and receives messages between different applications. The publisher application sends messages to a topic, then the subscriber applications can subscribe to that topic to receive...

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Agile and Integration

This article describes improvements to Agile methodology done by one of the App Connect development teams that use Integration concepts and products and that are particularly well-suited for a remote working environment. Kanban is a well established and widely used method to manage and...

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Avoid the chaos with integrated cognitive technology

Co-Authors Rob Phippen and Mithun Katti Table of Contents 1 Storms can cause chaos – for insurance customers and insurance companies! 2 Avoid the chaos with integrated cognitive technology. 3 The integrated solution architecture. 1 Storms can cause chaos...

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Are you hitting flow memory limits in your App Connect flows? Here are the whys

App Connect on IBM Cloud uses instance IDs to separate data and App Connect flows of different App Connect instances logically. This is known as soft isolation in a multi-tenant architecture. Comparing to hard isolation, which assigns a physically isolated resource to each tenant, this approach...

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IBM App Connect now allows different sizes of integration servers

Author - John Reeve The App Connect enterprise capability on IBM Cloud has allowed users to upload and run BAR files, authored using the on-premises toolkit, for many years now. A BAR file is run by a single integration server being created that has 0.5 Virtual Processor Core (VPC) of...

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Gain confidence in your flows while authoring with the new “Try this flow” feature in IBM App Connect

In the latest release of IBM® App Connect, you can try out an entire flow containing multiple actions by using your specified mappings and sample data values. Along with the existing “test action” feature (introduced in the Rapidly develop your flows with the new test action feature in IBM...

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Lightweight approach to create a custom image for deploying App Connect on OpenShift

This article provides step by step instruction on how to create a custom image for App Connect on OpenShift without the overhead of creating and maintaining a separate image registry or build automation toolchain. When deploying an App Connect integration on OpenShift, you have a choice between...

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Managing IBM App Connect API flows with embedded API management capabilities

Published on October 24, 2017 / Updated on November 29, 2018 IBM App Connect now integrates with the IBM Bluemix Platform API management capability. The embedded IBM API management technology in App Connect makes it easy to perform all API lifecycle tasks in a powerful integrated solution....