Platform Engineering

We regularly write about our technical experiences (good and bad) and what we're learning from the market.

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    OAuth for your Business Group in Anypoint Platform

    Posted by John Kim on 03 September 2019

    APIs, mule, anypoint, OAuth 2.0, api policy, okta, cloudhub, openid, business groups

    OAuth 2.0 is a common way to secure your APIs. In Anypoint Platform, you can configure OpenID Connect (OIDC) client management in the External Identity section to use an external identity provider for authentications. (MuleSoft has an article that explains this in detail).

    However, it is only possible to set this at...

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    In a Digital World, APIs are the Expression of Your Business

    Posted by Saul Caganoff on 20 August 2019

    APIs, APIdays

    The APIdays Melbourne agenda is up and the consensus is that this will be the best APIdays yet! Hyperbole or not, we’re really excited by the program that we’ve been able to put together.

    In a digital world, APIs are the expression of your business. Whether internal or external, APIs represent the operating system of...

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    APIdays Returns to Melbourne

    Posted by Saul Caganoff on 03 July 2019

    APIs, containers, kubernetes, Fast-Data, Open Banking, APIdays, open data, cloud computing, ethics

    APIdays returns to Melbourne on September 19 and 20. This is our seventh event in Australia/New Zealand on top of 40+ APIdays events globally. As we plan for this year and our call for speakers it is worth looking back at the last 12 months in an API connected world.

    Open Banking and Open Data

    Financial services...

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    Async Http APIs with Azure Durable Functions (and Polling Client)

    Posted by Paco de la Cruz on 10 July 2018

    Architecture, Azure Functions, Development, Blog, Technology, Azure Durable Functions, APIs

     

    Introduction

    Azure Durable Functions have support for different patterns, which enable us to build serverless and stateful applications without worrying about the state management implementation details. One of these useful patterns is the Asynchronous Http APIs. This pattern comes in handy when client applications...

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