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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...
Our main concern - there is no way to find out which project, orchestration or maybe internal castiron's process causes the issue. There's no per-project view of resources utilization. And seems like IBM support also can't detect from the postmort...
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...
Simplified Disaster Recovery procedure for API Connect on CP4I on Openshift
Since 2019, we have been running API Connect on CP4I on Openshift on Azure Cloud. The disaster recovery procedure for recovering particularly (of importance to us) the Management server and Developer Portal (see below) for API Connect is very exha...
Enable the APIC v10 Developer Portal CLI to export and import Content
The APIC Developer Portal CLI is capable of moving Themes and Page config between instances of the APIC Developer Portal. Extending the CLI capabilities to include import and export of Content will be helpful for customers have multiple environme...
Accordingly to the case opened: TS007153607There are some situations where when creating a WSP it does not execute the rule response created manually, and instead of it, it execute it own response rule, created from the WSDLDataPower should implem...
I need a way to enforce RBAC based on user authentication which should support SAML SSO or internal directory like App ID Cloud Directory. As currently is, I need to develop something on top of all my API to enforce RBAC which is painful to mainta...
When creating integrations, having to use the mouse to add nodes is a tedious task. Adding a hotkey for the "add node" and "add subflow" feature would make it faster and easier than sifting through the palette to find the correct node
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