David Shute

Proxying SOA Services with API Connect

In today's computing environment, an enterprise needs the ability to bring together information obtained from multiple sources into one lightweight and nimble application. This recombination of information from multiple providers, such as weather plus location plus traffic plus airline schedules, delivers new value to users. Enterprise users now want fast and nimble applications produced by...  Continue reading Proxying SOA Services with API Connect

Up and Running with API Connect on Cloud… Now What?

Once an API implementation achieves initial success, developers request the following improvements or enhancements: URL that identifies the enterprise domain Secure connection to and from enterprise network Enhanced authentication using enterprise repositories Greater control of infrastructure updates Load balancing to multiple instances API Connect on cloud is delivered as a Bluemix service. This enables clients to utilize other Bluemix services, such...  Continue reading Up and Running with API Connect on Cloud… Now What?