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Enabling logging in Cloud Pak for Integration 2021.1

In this blog, we will describe how to enable logging for IBM Cloud Pak For Integration (CP4I) 2021.1. In the example, we are using a RedHat Openshift Kubernetes Service (ROKS) cluster. However, these steps are applicable to other OpenShift services. Prerequisites you need to have...

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Migrating IBM Integration Bus flows to IBM App Connect on OpenShift/IBM Cloud Pak for Integration – UDP Use Case

Co-Author - Amar Shah The approaches discussed here are applicable for the IBM Cloud Pak for Integration operators-based release and have been validated on CP4I 2020.4 and CP4I 2021.1. User Defined Properties (UDPs) have been a great tool in IBM Integration Bus/WebSphere Message Broker to...

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Bring your own IBM App Connect custom server image, let OpenShift automate the rest – a teaser demo

Can I bring my own IBM App Connect custom server image? The answer is "yes you can!". But before that, you might be asking what an IBM App Connect image is and why you would ever want to customize that image yourself. Let’s play backward a little bit… You have your integration...

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Deep dive: Connecting to a Queue Manager running in OpenShift

Many clients have been running IBM MQ within RedHat OpenShift for several years, one of the most frequent questions when a client starts is how to connect to the IBM MQ Queue Manager running within RedHat OpenShift from outside of the Kubernetes environment. New users are often concerned that it...

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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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Integration Development to Micro Services Principles on OpenShift – Part 3

Published on April 1, 2020 Introduction Modern platforms, DevOps tooling and agile approaches have accelerated the rate at which organizations can bring new applications and business function to bare. At IBM we see no reason why integration developers cannot derive many of...

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App Connect Enterprise CI/CD deployment to IBMCloud/OpenShift/IBM CloudPak for Integration

Published on June 19, 2020 1. Overview This article will provide guidance to teams who are looking to building a CI/CD for IBM App Connect Enterprise (ACE) bar file deployment onto IBMCloud/OpenShift/ICP4I Integration Server. It’s a simple REST ACE Message Flow that...

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Create your integration application on OpenShift using Jenkins pipeline

Published on March 13, 2020 Looking to explore Red Hat OpenShift streamlined CI/CD workflows to run your ACE container natively on Red Hat OpenShift? In this post we show how to run a simplistic pipeline on OpenShift. You don’t have an OpenShift cluster? No worries. You can...

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Deploying IBM Cloud Pak for Integration 2019.4 on OCP 4.2

Published on February 20, 2020 / Updated on March 3, 2020 In this article we will learn how to install IBM Cloud Pak for Integration (CP4I) 2019.4 on Openshift Container Platform 4.2. Prerequisites Below are the prerequisites for installing IBM Cloud Pak for Integration...

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Installing IBM Cloud Pak for Integration on OCP 3.11

Published on September 25, 2019 / Updated on February 6, 2020 [UPDATE]: IBM Cloud Pak for Integration (CP4I) 2019.4.1, which is the latest release, is not supported on OCP 3.11. CP4I 2019.4.1 requires OCP 4.2. It is recommended to use latest release of CP4I [UPDATE]: The article has...