CORS defines a way in which a browser and server can interact to determine safely whether or not to allow the cross-origin request. CORS provides for more flexibility than same-origin requests, but is more secure than simply permitting all cross-origin requests.
When creating an integration in ICS, you can now configure the REST connection for CORS.
This is the 18th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
There were two conferences last week with quite a lot of talks around stream processing: the Spark Summit in San Francisco and the Berlin Buzzwords.
Berlin Buzzwords did a good job in recording the sessions and all of them are already available and the ones talking about Stream Processing listed below.
Great video on YouTube, covering ICS responding to EBS Business Events. The example shown leverages the new Orchestration pattern in ICS and shows how powerful this actually is. I mean, not only in respect of EBS but also Fusion ERP and HCM.
No, this isn't a customer success story. And this isn't the typical post about some awesome stuff that you can do with technology. This time it is actually about knowledge in a different kind. Lightbend would love to know how you use the Cloud, Containers and Microservices in your daily work. How Enterprises are adopting these technologies and last but not least, how influential are the decisions that are made in development to the final system architecture choices being made.