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Restrict both incoming and outgoing to only accept allowed protocols
Objective: Disable restricted protocols for incoming and outgoing calls to IIB Problem: We need to disable TLSv1.0 (or for future cases, adminstratively disable lower/restricted protocols) for both incoming and outgoing IIB traffic. We changed jav...
ACEonCloud to provide technical monitoring for Integration Servers
Integration Applications are developed with the ACE toolkit, packaged as bar files and then deployed as Integration Server (IS) on the ACEonCloud (ACEoC) service. Today the ACEoC service does not provide monitoring statistics about the IS: there i...
ACEonCloud to provide better control of VPC consumption with Integration Servers
Integration Applications are developed with the ACE toolkit, packaged as bar files and then deployed as Integration Server (IS) on the ACEonCloud (ACEoC) service. Each IS deployment is allocated a certain amount of VPC (fractions typically, such a...
The export/import functionality also imports your user and password for the remote connections. There should be a way of blanking out the user/pass and prompting for a user/pass on import.Current workaround is manually editing the exported yaml.
he dashboard script keeps a session open, it works like a standalone integration server. That is not really handy on a node managed system. Since you can start it in the backgroundm but you then have to kill the process in order to stop or restart...
the dashboard config contains plain text passwords. Having the mqsisetdbparms and vault functionality woul greatly improve security for password storage and make it more inline with a node/server setup.
Manually defining users while all nodes are using ldap is not at all handy or secure. It's also very confusing if you login with a password in all nodes expect in the dashboard. Supply the dashboard with the same ldap/ad functionality as the node ...