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

Downloaded 2729 times last month. Published 26 Aug 2015, last updated 4 Apr 2016

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Concepts and Architecture Guide

Downloaded 851 times last month. Published 7 Sep 2016, last updated 8 Sep 2016

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

Downloaded 743 times last month. Published 5 Dec 2016

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

Downloaded 645 times last month. Published 21 Oct 2016, last updated 8 May 2017

Getting Started with IBM API Connect: Scenarios Guide

Downloaded 639 times last month. Published 8 Sep 2016

IBM Business Process Manager Operations Guide

Downloaded 234 times last month. Published 16 Dec 2016

IBM MQ as a Service: A Practical Approach

Downloaded 220 times last month. Published 16 Feb 2016

IBM Netcool Operations Insight Version 1.4: Deployment Guide

Downloaded 212 times last month. Published 26 Jul 2016

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

Downloaded 207 times last month. Published 17 Nov 2015, last updated 19 Feb 2016

NVIDIA CUDA on IBM POWER8: Technical Overview, Software Installation, and Application

Downloaded 189 times last month. Published 29 Mar 2015

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