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Mashape Kong LDAP Compatibility

After upgrading Kong, testing showed up to approximate 5x improvement in our set-up, but the upgrade from 9 to 11 is not entirely straightforward as some important differences between the two are likely to have an impact, especially when using the LDAP plugin.

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Getting started with Apama Queries and DES

In this blog I’ll describe a simple example to get you started with Apama queries and the Digital Event Service (DES). Two technologies within the SoftwareAG webMethods analytics Suite. Following components were used in the setup (on version 10.0): Apama Universal Messaging (UM) webMethods Integration

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webMethods Integration Agent on AWS container service

Today I entered the Amazon ECS space and combined it with some new features of webMethods 10.0. In this post I’ll discuss: Creating a webMethods Integration Agent docker image Uploading the image to the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) Running a basic Amazon EC2 Container

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CrushFTP Bugfixing

Recently I had the opportunity to work with managed file transfer software called CrushFTP. Although the client already had a CrushFTP server set up, I had the opportunity to install a new server with the latest, brand new version…

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What I learned @ Devoxx

Devoxx, the yearly overload on JVM related inspiring talks. With a total of 200 sessions it’s impossible to see them all. But I’ll like to share my experiences and thoughts…

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Unikernel: microservices without an OS

Unikernels become most relevant when used on top of a virtualization layer. A single application is combined with the Unikernel to become a super light-weight runtime unit. A fine alternative for microservices running in a container…

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