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Microservices from Theory to Practice: Creating Applications in IBM Bluemix Using the Microservices Approach

Downloaded 2349 times last month. Published 26 Aug 2015, last updated 4 Apr 2016

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Concepts and Architecture Guide

Downloaded 815 times last month. Published 7 Sep 2016, last updated 8 Sep 2016

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Scenarios Guide

Downloaded 703 times last month. Published 8 Sep 2016

Deliver Modern UI for IBM BPM with the Coach Framework and Other Approaches

Downloaded 594 times last month. Published 21 Oct 2016, last updated 8 May 2017

Who Knew You Could Do That with RPG IV? Modern RPG for the Modern Programmer

Downloaded 533 times last month. Published 5 Dec 2016

IBM Netcool Operations Insight Version 1.4: Deployment Guide

Downloaded 248 times last month. Published 26 Jul 2016

IBM Business Process Manager Operations Guide

Downloaded 235 times last month. Published 16 Dec 2016

IBM MQ as a Service: A Practical Approach

Downloaded 219 times last month. Published 16 Feb 2016

Hybrid Cloud Data and API Integration: Integrate Your Enterprise and Cloud with Bluemix Integration Services

Downloaded 204 times last month. Published 17 Nov 2015, last updated 19 Feb 2016

Governing Operational Decisions in an Enterprise Scalable Way

Downloaded 191 times last month. Published 2 Aug 2017

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