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The Need for Speed and Low Code in Business Automation

For the last several years, we have been pushing the notion of Low Code in the various Business Automation capabilities. Recently, I was asked to present our Low Code strategy for Business Automation to a customer so I decided to write down my perspective on Low Code and why Low Code. What is...

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Custom e-mail notifications for your provider organisation

One of the really useful but somewhat hidden features available in API Connect is the ability to customise the e-mail notifications that it will send to you and your developers at the provider organisation level - allowing you to have different notifications for different audiences across your...

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Avoid delays from validate compilation in your APIs

When re-publishing an API with validation steps in it, you may well see that the first call to the API experiences higher latency than subsequent calls. This is due to the following as described in the documentation : Schemas are compiled before they are used for validation. Because the...

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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: Using image settings in Cloud Pak for Business Automation

I have seen a lot of people struggle when using the image settings in Cloud Pak for Business Automation (CP4BA). I will make the case for why you should almost never use any of the image settings in the CR file. As mentioned in Choosing image tags or digests , there are two main methods that...

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AIOps v3.1 - Series 10 : Create and Execute RunBook in Watson AIOps

This article explains about how to create and execute Run Book in Watson AIOps. The article is based on the the following RedHat OpenShift 4.6 on IBM Cloud (ROKS) Watson AI-Ops 3.1.0 1. Create RunBook The creating runbook involves the following steps. Connect Backend System...

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Best Practices when working with certificates in Cloud Pak for Business Automation and Openshift

Working with TLS certificates can sometimes feel like a daunting task. I hope to provide enough information regarding the usage and best practices of TLS certificates within Cloud Pak for Business Automation that you can make the right decisions for your environment and avoid common mistakes. If...

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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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Customising the API invocation hostname in v10 Reserved Instance

Once you have your APIs ready to be used but before sharing them with developers if is often key to have them served on your own hostname rather than the built in hostnames that come out of the box with reserved instance. For Reserved Instance v10 you can now manage the hostname used for API...

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