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Event-Driven Architecture vs. Event Streaming

What’s the difference, how can they benefit you and which is the right choice for your business? Event-driven architecture and event streaming are valuable to your business in many ways and can largely resemble each other — but what are the differences, and why do they matter? ...

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API Proxy/API Gateway Services: Manage Your APIs with IBM Cloud API Gateway Services

Creating an API Gateway using the UI. An API gateway provides a single, unified API entry point across one or more internal APIs. You can use it to create, secure, share, and manage APIs that access IBM Cloud resources. When a client makes a request, the API gateway intercepts an...

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A unified cloud and data platform is crucial to long-term success

Data movement is very expensive — it causes delays, lack of responsiveness and more. So, you want to take AI to where data is. That's what's fueling the growth of hybrid cloud . Essentially, wherever your data lives, you need to bring your artificial intelligence (AI) there. ...

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What Does Cloud Native Really Mean?

All too often, conversations around cloud native dive straight into technology choices like containerization and microservices. These are definitely potential ingredients of a cloud native project, but they are m #Cloud-native #Highlights-home #Highlights #Medium #Highlights-home ...

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Simplifying Chatbot Orchestration Layer with IBM App Connect New

The current state of building virtual assistants requires the user to interact with a client user interface. The client user interface communicates with the virtual assistant and returns the virtual assistant response to the user, see figure 1. #Highlights #Highlights-home #Medium