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Welcome to the community group for IBM Cloud Pak for Integration users to discuss, blog, and share resources. Here, you can share best practices and ask questions about all things Cloud Pak for Integration including API lifecycle, application and data integration, enterprise messaging, event streaming with Apache Kafka, high speed data transfer, secure gateway and more.

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Latest Discussions

  • Hi Everyone, As I know to develop and run spring boot services in a Cloud Pak, it can be done only on IBM Cloud Pak for Applications. There are Those who says that IBM Cloud Pak for Integration based on Open Shift and Kubernetes, so it can be easy ...

  • Thank you for your reply Gabriel. It is possible to add info about the version? My api e v0 and v1, but theres is no way I can use that when call I call it. Regards ------------------------------ Filipe Ventura -------------------------- ...

  • Hi Filipe, according to a member, you can only call the version that you are subscribed to. if both versions have the same path then it is a deterministic as to which one will actually be used. Hope that helps ------------------------------ Gabriel ...

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  • Imagine you’re building a shed. You have a hammer and nails for boards that need to withstand shear pressure , and a screwdriver and screws for the joins requiring superior tensile strength . Now let’s make it more challenging. ...

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  • Anand Aswathi has recently published a tutorial, Observe and manage IBM Cloud Pak for Integration environments , which demonstrates how Instana and Turbonomic come together to bring end-to-end observability and automatic resource management of IBM ...

  • In this article, we'll discuss the immutability concept and the various implementation of immutability with use cases. According to the MDN definition, An immutable value is one whose content cannot be changed without creating an entirely new value. ...

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