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webMethods Module 10.1 for AS4

Discover the new features and functionalities Software AG’s leadership position in Hybrid Integration is in no small part based on the...

API enable your COBOL - with zero backend footprint

webMethods EntireX API enablement of COBOL programs is easy with EntireX. Learn how EntireX helps you as an IT-professional to salvage those...

Software AG unveils webMethods Service Designer

A lightweight integration and development tool At its North America User Group Conference in New York on June 27, 2019, Software AG ...

webMethods 10.4: New features and improvements

See the latest enhancements in Integration, API Management and more Software AG's webMethods empowers you to build solutions on the top-rated...

April 2019 Release Announcement

Learn more about our latest product features and enhancements ARIS 10 SR8 The key to successful business transformation initiatives is a...

EntireX for CICS Socket Listener - Integration with minimal mainframe footprint

webMethods EntireX Calling COBOL from webMethods Integration Server (IS) is easy with EntireX. Read how EntireX helps you as an IT...

webMethods Single Sign-On with a Third-Party Identity Provider

Increasingly companies rely on third-party providers for identity management and authentication. The benefits include better protection against...

Logging as a service

Say goodbye to log combing and shell scripts The amount of data generated daily by each runtime in today’s IT landscapes is enormous, and it...

Cloud Deployment

iPaaS for professional developers Developing new integrations in the cloud is easy to do with web-based, visual drag-and-drop tools. But these...

Moving to Containers with Command Central Builder for Docker

How Command Central "infrastructure as code" capabilities help you with your container and cloud journey Learn how you can build custom Docker...

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