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

Downloaded 2728 times last month. Published 26 Aug 2015, last updated 4 Apr 2016

Microservices Best Practices for Java

Downloaded 1420 times last month. Published 7 Dec 2016, last updated 13 Mar 2017

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Concepts and Architecture Guide

Downloaded 716 times last month. Published 7 Sep 2016, last updated 8 Sep 2016

IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile Guide for Developers

Downloaded 658 times last month. Published 30 Jul 2015, last updated 9 Sep 2015

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Scenarios Guide

Downloaded 600 times last month. Published 8 Sep 2016

IBM Bluemix The Cloud Platform for Creating and Delivering Applications

Downloaded 584 times last month. Published 1 Sep 2015

IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for Liberty Profile

Downloaded 345 times last month. Published 26 Oct 2015

IBM HTTP Server on z/OS: Migrating from Domino-powered to Apache-powered

Downloaded 311 times last month. Published 31 Oct 2016, last updated 12 Dec 2016

Evolve the Monolith to Microservices with Java and Node

Downloaded 309 times last month. Published 5 Dec 2016

IBM Business Process Manager Operations Guide

Downloaded 235 times last month. Published 16 Dec 2016

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