Setting up Reverse Proxy for MWS using Apache Server

Unlike IS, MFT, API gateway etc.. MWS does not have an out of the box enterprise gateway provided by SoftwareAG product suite. So, as per their product documentation, we need to go with other popular front-facing servers like Apache web server or Microsoft IIS to setup reverse proxy in DMZ. In this article, we will … Continue reading Setting up Reverse Proxy for MWS using Apache Server

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SSH Key-Based Authentication on webMethods Active Transfer

Yet another security-related blog post on webMethods 🙂 webMethods Active Transfer has got many cool MFT features and this post's topic is one of them. SSH key-based authentication is considered as one of the important aspects of client authentications to servers compared to the password-based authentication even if the passwords are set up as very … Continue reading SSH Key-Based Authentication on webMethods Active Transfer

Consuming SSL enabled (HTTPs) WSDL in webMethods Designer

Yes. I am back again to publish some crazy blog posts 😉 I know you all missed me for more than a year but trust me I was away for good reasons (personal as well as official). I am going to start with a small post this time that too with a technical content tightly … Continue reading Consuming SSL enabled (HTTPs) WSDL in webMethods Designer

4 Game Changing Development Features in webMethods 9.12

Many of you might already know that Software AG has released it's new version of webMethods Suite 9.12 recently in October 2016. I was going through the release notes of this version and noticed many enhancements and new features of the suite. However, I am impressed with four features/ improvements that change the way you … Continue reading 4 Game Changing Development Features in webMethods 9.12

Message-Based Security for SOAP in webMethods: Part 2 (Username_Signature)

Hello all, As promised, here comes my second article in the series of posts on "Message-based security for web services in webMethods." In case if you missed the first one, here is the link: Message-Based Security for SOAP in webMethods: Part 1 The Plan There is one essential prerequisite before starting any task, A proper plan. So, our … Continue reading Message-Based Security for SOAP in webMethods: Part 2 (Username_Signature)

Message-Based Security for SOAP in webMethods: Part 1 (Username_Token)

webMethods Integration Server provides message-based security for SOAP messages using WS-Security. In contrast to transport-based authentication frameworks such as HTTPS, which secure the endpoints of a connection against threats, WS-Security secures the message transmission environment between endpoints. When using WS-Security, the security information is carried inside header portion of the SOAP envelope. There are many security … Continue reading Message-Based Security for SOAP in webMethods: Part 1 (Username_Token)

Event Emitting Microservices (EEMS)

Microservices is the new buzz word. Since that buzz, I have been following its patterns and approaches. While it has definitely got positive sides when adopting in enterprise architecture, I have been also thinking about a little bit modified/ enhanced/ different version of it called “Event Emitting Microservices (EEMS)”.  You might now know where this … Continue reading Event Emitting Microservices (EEMS)