Tag Archives: Red Hat
Scaling TIBCO on OpenShift: How to easily scale a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on OpenShift (Origin)?
In the last blogpost I created, instantiated and started a TIBCO BWCE application Docker image on a local OpenShift cluster (Origin). In this blogpost I will be explaining how to easily scale to keep up with user demand. Since OpenShift is actually using Kubernetes under the hood, there are many similarities (besides a slightly different […]
TIBCO on OpenShift: How to instantiate and start a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application Docker Image on OpenShift (Origin)?
In the last series of blogposts I did all kind of cool stuff with a TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (BWCE) application docker image on a local Kubernetes cluster (Minikube). This blogpost we are taking things even to a higher level with OpenShift Origin, which is the community edition of Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise!
3scale/NGINX: How to change the location of user-key from query parameters (insecure) to the more secure HTTP(S) headers in 3scale/NGINX?
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 […]
Data Virtualization is basically a data-integration solution that allows an application to retrieve and transform data without having to know how it is formatted at source or where it is physically located. Today many organizations choose to implement best-of-breed products instead of best-of-suite, this has significant impact on the landscape in the sense that it […]