Learn more about using IBM® App Connect by completing hands-on tutorials to create event-driven flows and APIs, and to try other features of App Connect. Create flows an APIs from templates, from imported flow definition files, or from scratch.

Sharing data and processing from on-premises activities with on-cloud SaaS applications using a callable on-cloud flow

Learn how to create a flow in IBM® App Connect Enterprise (ACE) that updates on-premises enterprise data and calls an event-driven flow in IBM App Connect on IBM Cloud™ to pass enterprise data to SaaS applications and to get data from SaaS applications for processing on-premises.

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Creating records in an IBM Db2 database by using the parsed contents of a new CSV file in an SFTP server

Learn how you can use IBM App Connect Designer to create an event-driven flow that parses the contents of a new comma-separated values (CSV) file that’s uploaded to an SFTP server, creates records in an IBM Db2 database from the parsed contents, and then renames the file to indicate it’s been processed. Scenario First, find...

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Sharing message flow processing between App Connect on IBM Cloud and App Connect Enterprise or Integration Bus

A message flow that you create in IBM® App Connect Enterprise or IBM Integration Bus can complete many different actions. If any of those actions are labor-intensive, you can split them from the main flow and complete them somewhere else. For example, some parts of a message flow might logically belong in a specific location:...

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Configuring secure connectivity between integration servers on App Connect on IBM Cloud and on-premises systems

The integration solutions that you run in IBM® App Connect on IBM Cloud™ might contain message flows that need to interact with your on-premises systems like databases or IBM MQ. You must provide the credentials that are required by your on-premises systems (such as user names and passwords), and enable network connectivity so that your...

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3 comments on"Tutorials for IBM App Connect"

  1. Arturo Lira January 10, 2018

    I can´t find any references to implemtations of HA or clustering for App Connect appliances. Is there any documentation on this?

    • Hi
      I’ve passed your question on to the App Connect Professional team.
      Regards, Ian

  2. Victor Manuel Escalona Blanco October 01, 2017

    Where could take a course of this tegnology

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