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Daniel Wille is an Axway AMPLIFY Platform architect focused on helping our clients accelerate their digital transformation journey. Daniel is a long time member of the Solution Architecture team and brings a unique perspective having implemented solutions from every major product line and several minor ones as well, and having managed the Axway US Federal technical team for nearly half a decade, with a focus on enterprise security, governance, and observability on large and complex “can’t fail” mission-critical systems. He is passionate about extending customer relationships beyond the current project with a longer term goal of becoming a trusted adviser, and exploring continued efforts to bring greater value to businesses and agencies via digital disruption.
Integrating Axway Application Integration and Twitter

Integrating Axway Application Integration and Twitter

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This blog entry is part of a two-part series where we will ultimately build a Cloud to Cloud (C2C) integration between Twitter and Slack,...
Axway Application Integration

Integrating Service Now and Slack – Axway Application Integration Part 3

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This blog entry is the final part of a three-part series where we will ultimately build a Cloud to Cloud (C2C) integration between Service...
integrating Axway Application Integration and Slack

Integrating Axway Application Integration and Slack

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This blog entry is part two of a three-part series where we will ultimately build a Cloud to Cloud (C2C) integration between Service Now...

Integrating Axway Application Integration and Service Now

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This blog entry is part of a three-part series where we will ultimately build a Cloud to Cloud (C2C) integration between Service Now and...

Circuit Breaker Policy for API Gateway

In June, Axway hosted our first ever API Management customer-facing hackathon in Northern Virginia. It was a great event that enabled some of our...

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