Have you ever reached the point where you need to go beyond the built-in functionality of Cumulocity IoT to support the requirements of a PoC or IoT project? You may need new widgets to meet the customers dashboarding requirements and improve the navigation and look and feel.
When creating dashboards in Cumulocity IoT you have a fixed set of built-in widgets available. The scope of these widgets is limited and often PoCs or projects have requirements which cannot be covered by the existing widgets. This is typically the point at which you want to start custom development and create your…
This article describes the step-by-step process of generating an Access token for the Google Cloud Storage OAuth 2.0 Authentication for the webMethods.io.
User needs to have a working Google account, to log into the google cloud console. Sometimes it’s required paid tenant depending on the charges applicable on the API.
Any coding or configuration examples provided in this document are only examples and are not intended for use in a production system without verification. …
This article describes configuring an account to Twilio in webMethods.io Workflow
* Active Twilio account
* Active webMethods.io Integration tenant
Section 1: Configure a Twilio account
Section 2: Setting up a Twilio account in webMethods.io Integration tenant
2. You can use the default project or create a new custom project. To create a project, click on the dropdown in the top left corner and select Create New Project option.
3. Fill in required fields and verify your account to create the project.
Event-driven architectures are peaking in popularity as developers look for ways to make their applications run faster as businesses demand real-time data to make real-time decisions. While EDA isn’t a new idea, it is something that is recently becoming more common in API conversations and architectures.
I caught up with Przemek Kulik, VP of product management at Software AG, to discuss why EDA is so important for API management. This is an excerpt from that interview.
Mirza Salihagic (MS): In brief, what is an event-driven architecture (EDA)?
Przemek Kulik (PK): An event-driven architecture is a model for application design that…
The International User Groups Conference (IUG), taking place June 8–9, is right around the corner. Have you signed up yet? No? Success comes to those who prepare well and are proactive. Here are two reasons to not wait any longer:
The Pre-Upgrade Analyzer analyzes your old Integration Server installation, compares it to the new release, and generates reports that list the following:
Supported Product Versions
Integration Server — 6.0 → 10.7
Supported Operating Systems
AIX, Linux ,macOS, Solaris…
API Management is a fast moving space, and it only got faster recently with a lot of companies going through Digital Transformation. Some are redesigning the way that they work to create greater efficiencies, some have no choice but to transform to keep up with their market’s pace. With each organization designing the best API program for their use cases, new requirements pop up for managing those APIs. But what’s interesting is that there are also some fundamental requirements that never change. …
You are already here, then I reckon you realize the value of API-led integration right off the bat; those chatters around decentralizing and democratizing access to your enterprise data which eventually would lead to a long-awaited self-service model. API-led connectivity approach rhymes perfectly with your service-oriented heritage and could hugely increase your productivity as a “Producer / Provider”.
APIs are contracts established between you and your API consumers. Ideally, you will never have to break this contract. This includes URI patterns, payload structures, field / parameter names, expected behavior, and everything else in between.
When your API has reached the…
We are constantly expanding our content on GitHub. In 2020 we added 80 new repositories (including sample code, SDKs, UI widgets, documentation, etc.) to help developers accelerate their projects using Software AG products.
To make it easier for you to quickly find all of our GitHub resources, we brought them together into one place in our first release of our Software AG Open Source website: https://softwareag.com/opensource
New to our Open Source projects? Start by checking our highlights of 2020
Stay tuned, as we will be adding much more content, and feel free to contact us in case you are interested to contribute or have any feedback: Communities@softwareag.com.
Originally published at https://tech.forums.softwareag.com on March 11, 2021.
We are excited to introduce the new Tech Community website, a place for you to collaborate, share best practices and discuss common problems.
We’d like to walk you through some of the new newly-introduced features and enhancements.
You will notice a whole new experience as you navigate Tech Community. We are using a tag-based structure, which allows you to dig into more content with less searching around. It should be a more useful and more intuitive way of engaging with the content and members of the community.