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enhancement to logs in AMU to add details of OAuth related product and subscription
During an API Connect v5 to v10 migration using the AMU tool, the archive-push info.log details OAuth products and subscriptions that were not created/pushed on v10 because they were containing OAuth only APIs and subscribing to products containin...
Monitoring of the APIDeveloper portal compliance against security baseline configuration
APIDeveloper portal has multiple security configuration items which needs to be correctly set and maintained. On top once there is new portal many configuration items can be changed by portal administrator which can cause potential security risk i...
Currently there is no solution proposed for the security monitoring of the API Developer portal and API Manager portal. IBM customers are looking for the designs explaining how to build the security monitoring (which log sources, how to get them, ...
Missing documentation for security events in the IBM DataPower log and APIConnect.
Current DataPower log documentation is not including good categorization, sequence nor details explaining which log categories and event codes are including potential security issues. Documentation mainly includes plain event code and name without...
We have been running API Connect on CP4I on Openshift on Azure cloud since 2019. For an API Connect instance (v10.0.3.0) that is deployed from deployment profile n1xc7.m48, we have been running high availability tests and have noticed that for thi...
Upgrade integration between APIConnect v10 and QRadar
Current Device Support Module which is integrating IBM ApiConnect Datapower Gateway with IBM QRadar is not supporting v10 and v2018. Only v6 and v7 are fully supported.https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/dsm?topic=datapowerSupported versionsFirmwareV6 and...
Pod Resource Configuration via CRs during the Installation
At the Moment we have to manually manipulate the installed deployments/statefulsets after the Installation. To Change the Resource definitions for different Pods. e.g. management apim Pods.
This manually editing can lead to mistakes, create lot of...
The idea is to have an easy to use and simple to deploy/maintain developer portal for internal API producers and consumers. It should be able to function in parallel with a more advanced and customizable developer portal available to external con...
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