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Gateway Extension: expose APIs on several IPs

Your API addresses If you need to set several DNS for you APIs on API Connect, then that's your post. Here we'll discuss the use of the 0.0.0.0 IP, the Gateway Extensions and an example to expose an API in to several IPs/DNS Let's say that we are working for SuperAirLines, an imaginary...

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How API Connect can be used to secure your APIs

Introduction One of the key drivers for using IBM API Connect is its ability to provide enterprise grade security for the API providers. IBM API Connect (APIC) provides multiple features which can be used for easily securing APIs. These features can also be used in combination to implement a...

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What's New in 2018.4.1.8: Analytics Ingestion-Only mode!

This past quarter, our team has been invested in many new, exciting capabilities as part of our releases. One of these items has to do with the deployment flexibility of the IBM API Connect analytics subsystem. We realize that enterprises often have pre-existing configurations of many useful...

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What's New in DataPower API Gateway Policies (w/ Demos!)

The IBM API Connect and DataPower Gateway team is happy to announce three additional policies that are available for you to use today . These three policies are Redact , Activity Log and Rate Limit . This past quarter, we not only released policies that your organization knows and loves ...

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Identifying Keys in API Connect for JSON Security Objects

By Ulas Cubuk and Aiden Gallagher Special thanks to Dave Hay for his reviews Introduction Modern applications often use APIs to interact with sources of data, such as System of Records by allowing connected services and products to communicate with each other through a...

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