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Mark Hall
We’ve written extensively about Adobe Flash’s upcoming demise. Remember, Adobe plans to sunset Flash on December 31st of this year.   As a result, Aurea Monitor customers must upgrade to the latest version (2020/11.x) by December 31st to avoid critical disruptions to your product functionality.   What happens if you don’t upgrade? Data… (Show more)
Timothy Davis
Aurea customers are adopting Sococo, a powerful virtual office that workers report to every day just like a physical office — complete with desks, conference rooms, and even break rooms. Watch this webinar recording to: See how Sococo works and experience it yourself. In our interactive demo, you’ll see firsthand how Sococo boosts connection and… (Show more)
stefan.fritz
Now that you know how the new architecture looks like and how to install the latest version, it is time to talk about upgrading and clustering of Intermediary. For those of you new to the product line, Intermediary is our on-premise API/Webservices/Security gateway product.   (In case you wonder why I do not cover Management Server and Agent,… (Show more)
stefan.fritz
In my previous blog I explained the new architecture of Aurea Monitor. As you can imagine the architectural changes also impact the installation and basic configuration of the product.   From an installation perspective, there are four components:   Database JMS Server Management Server Launcher (Agent/Intermediary) Let’s go through them one… (Show more)
Mark Hall
Today, I wanted to remind you about Adobe’s plan to “end- of-life” Flash.  On December 31st of this year, Adobe will officially stop supporting and distributing Adobe Flash. Subsequently, all major browsers (including Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome and others) will discontinue and block Adobe Flash from being used… (Show more)
Timothy Davis
One of IT’s biggest challenges is monitoring highly complex environments. With so many cloud and hybrid systems, dynamic clusters, microservices, and more, it can feel impossible to get a true picture of what’s really happening. Tune into this demonstration of Aurea Monitor and learn the top four benefits — from dramatically increased visibility…
stefan.fritz
Things have changed. The architecture of Aurea Monitor (Actional) has not received major changes for a long time. With the release of version 11.x this a new architecture got introduced.   You might be used to this:   An (Actional) Agent = A Node in Management Server = A monitored server Communication (Agent / Management-Server) is… (Show more)
stefan.fritz
"Developing ESB services is hard."   I disagree, it is just sometimes hard to find people with the ESB skillset. This is why Aurea Messenger provides Microservices/Pojo support. It allows any Java developer to write services without any product skillset. The above video extends the previous demo sample using this approach.   The advantages of…
stefan.fritz
Did you ever wonder what kind of product Aurea Messenger is? You did not!? Well, then it is really time to read on.   "Aurea Messenger?" "Sonic ? ..... What is it?" "Could we need it in our organization?"   Let me try to explain what Aurea Messenger can do for you and your company using a simple integration scenario. The above video…
Timothy Davis
The 2020.1 releases of Aurea Process and Aurea Monitor are here! To celebrate, we hosted a webinar, Aurea Integration Solutions Urgent Upgrade, and showcased the exciting new features included in this release.  Here are the published answers from the questions customers asked during the Q&A at the conclusion of the webinar.  If you missed the…
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