Blogs

Since 24 August 2015 WAMC (WebSphere Appliance Management Center) has the ‘withdrawn’ status.  This left the people who used WAMC as centralized system to manage their DataPower instances in the cold.  IBM came with a solution named … AMC (Appliance Management Center) which is basically WAMC but...

Exporting an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance that is making use of Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) data volumes is not possible using the standard AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) command “ec2-create-instance-export-task”. The limitations are described a the bottom of this page. As a...

Cast Iron is the product that serves as the cloud adapter in the IBM middleware ecosystem. In the following examples we will  take a look  at the TIPs (provided in the database provided by IBM) and how these examples can be modified to use batch processing resulting...

Recently I was asked to look at an interface which had some serious performance issues. The interface was responsible for downloading tasks (and sub-tasks) into the database, and was taking around 35 minutes to complete: The setup was as follows: The database call was split up as...

Since v8.2 we have access to Terracotta caching (Ehcache) using the pub.cache services. This is a great addition, however when working with them you’ll notice they’re still very low level java-based. Putting something in them requires java objects for both the keys and the objects....

Partnership combines i8c’s deep expertise in business integration with WSO2’s open source, cloud-enabled middleware platform to help customers integrate applications internally and with partners Mountain View, CA and Kontich, Belgium – June 3, 2015 – WSO2 and i8c today announced a strategic partnership to deliver business...

At our latest Fast-track session the question was raised what EDA (even driven architecture) is and what it is used for. Luckily there is some documentation. Basically EDA is a set-up/methodology of how SAG sees you working with events on their platform. For that it...