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PeterPotkay
PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 5:41 pm Post subject: IIB Version 11? No, now it's IBM App Connect Enterprise Reply with quote

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https://developer.ibm.com/integration/docs/app-connect-enterprise/faq/

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IBM Integration Bus version 10 was first released in March 2015, and since then it has been constantly enhanced with new features delivered alongside maintenance as part of quarterly fix packs. The most recent fix pack was v10.0.0.11, released in November 2017. We will continue to ship fix packs for IIBv10, but there will not be an IIBv11 because the next major engineering release for the IBM Integration Bus technology is IBM App Connect Enterprise v11.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 6:10 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Only the names have been changed to confuse the innocent.
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Vitor wrote:
Only the names have been changed to confuse the innocent.

Not quite: there is some subtlety about the configurations and capabilities.
No configurable service, it's all policies etc...
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fjb_saper wrote:
Vitor wrote:
Only the names have been changed to confuse the innocent.

Not quite: there is some subtlety about the configurations and capabilities.
No configurable service, it's all policies etc...


There are the usual changes & enhancements you'd expect v10 -> v11.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:50 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

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Brokers (or "nodes") are no longer available, at least initially.
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They'll have to pry brokers and execution groups out of my cold dead hands....
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zpat wrote:
They'll have to pry brokers and execution groups out of my cold dead hands....

Hah! I'd heard (started) a rumor long ago that there was an effort to discontinue use of terms like "execution" and "termination" and "dead" due to their non-PC (politically correct) tone. This confirms it... or does it?
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PeterPotkay wrote:
Brokers (or "nodes") are no longer available, at least initially.

Does that mean that integration services would be deployed in 12-factor type just like microservices??
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fjb_saper wrote:
PeterPotkay wrote:
Brokers (or "nodes") are no longer available, at least initially.

Does that mean that integration services would be deployed in 12-factor type just like microservices??


If a "12 factor type" is a DOCKER container (or equivalent) then yes.
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They'll have to pry brokers and execution groups out of my cold dead hands....


They already have; nodes and servers now.

Don't worry - I'm sure they'll still run as subsystems on z/OS, and that's the only OS that really matters.......
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Well, the most interesting question surely is how will IBM deal with their licensing model if they wish for more customers to adopt a micro-services architecture with IIB? With their current model I don't think customers can just scale up and scale down on IIB in production. So if I as a customer want to create 100 docker containers during peak hours and scale down to 10 during off hours this should really not affect my license. Most likely it should be on some sort of "pay-as-go" model or some subscription fee. Anyone knows more on this?

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Anyone knows more on this?


Anyone who does will probably be barred from mentioning it here.

Though I do agree the licensing model is an issue in this new world, and such an obvious issue someone in IBM must have noticed it.
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