In this blogpost I will be explaining how to change the location of the apikey from the default query parameters (insecure) section to the more secure HTTP(S) headers in the product Apigee Edge by Google. HTTPS (HTTP over SSL) sends all HTTP content over a SSL tunnel, so HTTP content and headers are encrypted as […]
This is the first of hopefully many “howto’s” in setting up and configuring API Management platforms. In this blogpost I will be explaining how to change the location of the user-key from the default query parameters (insecure) section to the more secure HTTP(S) headers in the product combination Red Hat 3scale (API Management Platform) and […]
Today was again a very exciting day at one of our customers (despite the Monday). As an integration architect I am currently working on the next-gen integration architecture in which cloud strategy is a very crucial part (among APIs, Microservices, Data Virtualization etc.). All concepts and technologies in the new world are closely related to each other (or […]
We all agree that customer-centric digital businesses and the up rise of connected devices (hyper connectivity) opens up endless opportunities and possibilities for organizations. The movement of interconnecting everything and everyone (Partners, IoT devices, Big Data, Mobile, Social, SaaS, PaaS) should not be taken lightly and will be having significant impact on the size of ecosystems and modern application architectures. […]
A while ago (TIBCO NOW back in May 2016) TIBCO announced Project Flogo as their product aiming on the integration of “Internet of Things (IoT)”. This did make sense since they were and still are all about “interconnecting everything”. I found this very interesting and especially surprising because of the fact the product is completely open […]
This brief blog post is to gain basic understanding of the cloud computing mechanisms cloud balancing and cloud bursting. These mechanisms are covered in module 2 (Cloud Technology Concepts) of the Cloud Certified Professional (CCP™) program.