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Using IBM App Connect in a containerised environment(CP4I) to interact with IBM MQ

IBM MQ supports the exchange of information between applications, systems, services, and files by sending and receiving message data via messaging queues. This simplifies the creation and maintenance of business applications. IBM MQ works with a broad range of computing platforms and can be...

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Best Practice – Monetizing API Products

Treating API offerings as a Product and Monetization continue to be very hot topics. Recently I participated in an API-as-a-Product Livecast hosted by Nordic APIs where this was the focus. I have previously written about both API Product and Monetization as independent topics but...

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Monitoring IBM MQ queue depth in Cloud Pak for Integration

To simplify operational monitoring and alerting on Red Hat OpenShift the IBM MQ Certified Container that is delivered in Cloud Pak for Integration emits a range of queue manager (server) scope metrics using a Prometheus interface that is consumed by the OpenShift monitoring tools. Alongside...

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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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