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Leor Brenman

Principal Presales Architect II – Leor Brenman has over 12 years’ experience in Enterprise Software and more than 30 years working in the tech industry for companies like Vaultus, Antenna, Appcelerator and Axway. He has a strong technology background and specializes in mobile, API, integration and enterprise applications. Leor has a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University in NJ, USA.

Integration Builder: Graceful Troubleshooting During Development

The default behavior of flow execution logic in the Integration Builder is to log only the trigger unless encountering an error condition during the...
API Builder to expose APIs from a Javascript SKD

Use API Builder to Expose APIs from a Javascript SDK

Axway's API Builder provides several means of creating APIs and Microservices, including Data Connectors for connecting to databases and a Swagger flow-node and a...
loop over a variable with Integration Builder

How to Loop Over a Variable In Integration Builder

The Flow Steps available in Integration Builder Flows are described in the Axway online doc: Flow Step Types. Many of them have been covered...

Integration Builder Flow as a Resource (FaaR), Part 2: Build an Aggregate API

In a prior blog post, we described how to set up an Integration Builder FaaR (Flow as a Resource). This allows us to use...

Integration Builder: Authenticate a Jira Cloud Connector

My colleague, Daniel Wille, described how to authenticate an Integration Builder Jira On-Premise Connector in his recent blog post. In this post, we'll look...

Axway Integration Builder: Creating Reusable Code

Axway Integration Builder - Creating Reusable Code When creating your Integration Builder Flows, you will find that you may need to create a method and...

Axway AMPLIFY IoT Device Incident Management Demo Breakdown – Part 1

Imagine if your insulin pump could notify you when the battery level drops so you can proactively service the pump and avoid personal injury....

Integration Builder Flow as a Resource (FaaR): Part 1

In a prior blog post, we described how to set up a manually triggered flow and how the flow instance is exposed as an...

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