In this blog series, we cover how to handle scalability for Liberty’s MicroProfile-based microservices, focusing on externalizing configuration, security, and fault tolerance. In this second entry in the series, you'll learn how to secure the REST APIs using MicroProfile JWT Propagation.
IBM Netcool Operations Insight on IBM Cloud Private is a containerized version of Netcool that covers operations management and agile service management. You can now run your management software on the same modern platform as other workloads, making it cost-effective and scalable for future migrations.
Transformation is hard. When starting a digital transformation, there will be internal/external forces that will require organizations to reevaluate and adjust their transformational strategy as new disruptive technologies continue to emerge.
In the next three entries of this blog series, we’ll cover how to handle scalability for Liberty’s MicroProfile-based microservices. First up: Externalizing your configuration in support of different environments like dev, test, and production. Each requires specific values that must be changed based on the deployment environment. The MicroProfile Config Feature makes it easy.
You want to have confidence in your cloud-based deployment of WebSphere Liberty on Kubernetes. Developers want an environment that's ready to go, administrators want an infrastructure that's trusted. Who wants to be in the business of stitching together component layers and then verifying they're compatible with each other? With IBM Cloud Paks, rely on a trusted and tested release with key components verified as a set.
Meet Flex, the newest member of our elastic data warehouse family. It delivers independent scaling of storage and compute, self-service backup and restore, and fast-recovery HA in a configuration optimized for storage-dense workloads.
To help us effectively implement REST, powerful languages like Java provide a vast library of convenient tools to use. Today's blog will highlight two features, MicroProfile's Rest Client 1.0 and JSON-B, and how to build them into your Java EE microservice application to help you achieve the benefits of cloud-based application performance, scalability, and simplicity.