Welcome to the IBM Integration Community!!!!

Our community brings together the IBM Integration development teams, support teams, clients, business partners, and other IBMers for the purpose of learning, sharing, and engaging.

This site provides information and resources to help you get started using IBM Integration products. It also provides information and resources for you to try new techniques, learn, and grow your skills.

There are many sources of information about IBM Integration such as KnowledgeCenter, developerWorks, forums and the IBM support site. The IBM Integration Community provides a single point of access to these and other sources of information as well as provides content not available elsewhere.

On this site, you will find:

  • White papers and articles that are not published anywhere else.
  • Details of public events that members of the development team are attending.
  • Links to the other product documentation, developerWorks, and support articles.
  • News of product updates.
  • A blog with posts from the leading IBM experts and thought leaders.

The community is also designed to enable you to communicate with the development teams:

  1. You can ask questions and interact with developers and other customers by using the forums.
  2. You can submit requirements by using the Request for Enhancements (RFE) community.
  3. You can submit articles, videos, presentations and other material, sharing your experiences with the product.

The teams who develop and support IBM Integration solutions are committed to provide easy access to comprehensive information, sharing our latest news and our experiences from customer adoptions of the product. We hope you find this site useful and look forward to your feedback and contributions on this new initiative, there is great value in us in IBM being able to share information & news with our clients, but our experience is also that even greater value can be achieved when we are joined by a variety of our clients in the discussion as we all learn from each other.

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Feedback

Use this form to send general feedback about IBM Integration  information provided in this site.  Your feedback goes to the IBM Hybrid Integration content squad who create and update the information about IBM hybrid integration, including IBM App Connect and IBM Integration Bus.

Other ways to contact us:

  • You can add comments at the bottom of pages/posts in this site.
  • You can get help from the IBM Integration team & the community in the dWAnswers forum. For links to the forum, see the Support page
  • If  you want to contact us about the "how to" information, please use the how to feedback form.
  • If you want to write your own posts and doc pages for this site, you can request a contributor role.

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