Posted by Sorabh Agarwal on May 16, 2019
Check out below documents. They include step-by-step walkthrough on setting up the environment and a video.
This video presents how for example you can leverage the IICS Asset Management CLI (version 2) utility to integrate your Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services development environment. Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice where developers integrate code into a shared repository frequently, preferably several times a day. Each integration can then be verified by an automated build and automated tests.
This video and sample shows how you can export and extract to source control (Git in this example) for performing automated backups of versions, a CI activity. The same techniques can be used to package deployments to test and pre-production environments also.
The video demonstrates this using IICS Asset Management CLI (version 2) made available via the Informatica Cloud Application Integration community under Tools category, along with Jenkins Pipeline. This utility is broadly applicable to all IICS services.
To fulfill your API-first strategy you need to integrate on premises data and applications with Cloud and other on-premises applications, data sources and services.
Did you know that the Cloud Application Integration Service can connect these systems in real time using APIs? Did you also know that you can implement and host business services and microservices and expose these to your applications and partners in the Cloud and on premises?
The Cloud Application Integration Service helps you in the following ways:
API Implementation and Management
Process Integration and Automation
Looking for connectivity? App Integration connectors make it possible to integrate any API and message-based systems. Check out GitHub or Informatica Marketplace to download commonly used API connectors listed here. Don't find what you are looking for? Simply import your Swagger or WSDL interface document or use a simple form-based approach to connectivity to any API.