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Cloud Pak for Integration 2021.1 install run-through

Cloud Pak for Integration 2021.1 Installation The release of the 2021 Cloud Paks has introduced some significant improvements and changes. Cloud Paks are now more tightly integrated using our common Zen UI, which includes the Automation Hub. Specifically for Cloud Pak for Integration, you will...


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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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Why should we manage streams of events?

Alan Chatt, Dale Lane Managing event interfaces in the same way we manage APIs is a concept we've been thinking about for a while and with the first release of Event Endpoint Management last month we took the first step towards making this a reality. To introduce the concept of...

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Why should you document your Kafka topics?

Do you have a strategy for documenting the Apache Kafka topics used in your organisation? I think you should. But before I give you a few reasons why, let me tell you a short story. It's a normal day at work when your boss comes to talk to you. They have a new project for you. An...

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Automatic for the People: Announcing IBM Cloud Pak for Integration 2021.1.1

Announcing on March 23 and available on March 26, 2021, the latest release of Cloud Pak for Integration delivers not only new and enhance capabilities but builds on IBM’s Automation Foundation to offer new ways to solve business problems to achieve faster and better outcomes. Integration...


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Step-by-step guide to building a Golang JMS application for IBM MQ in Cloud Pak for Integration + OpenShift

Modern applications that are built and run using containers provide significant benefits in terms of development and operational agility, however developers that are new to this space can find building containerized applications daunting compared to more familiar techniques as there a range of...

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Applying Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle to understand the need for Cloud Pak for Integration

Sometimes is only takes a small step to change the world. But that small step is likely the outcome of a longer journey. The Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle states (roughly) you can either know where something is, but not where it’s going. While it is designed to apply to wave equations, you...

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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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