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SFTP SSH Known Host Key ssh-ed25519 format
our customer are using ssh-ed25519 ssh key format we are not bael to add this format in SI SSH Known Host Key
Microsoft Deprecating IMAP and Basic Auth - Oct/2022
Microsoft is deprecating the IMAP and Basic Auth authentication for mailboxes from Oct/2022 - please see the link below. As of now the only options to connect to Office 365 mailboxes is using IMAP and Basic Auth - but that will not be available es...
Enabling Partner Onboarding In Global Mailbox When One Of The Data Center Is Completely Down
In Global Mailbox with multiple data centers, if one of the data centers is completely down(including SFG, GM wlp, Cassandra), we are unable to create/update any new partners
Certify all components of Sterling suite to be use in virtual machines of clouds platforms like Azure, AWS, bluemix, etc.
Many customers are moving there infrastructure to the cloud, as a company that use computing services of IBM, the needs of our customers are essentials, so we need that the sterling suite must be compatible like on premise, with the O.S most use l...
Compatibility with databases managed on cloud - DBaaS
On the last deployment scenarios in which applications are deployed on cloud (on virtual servers or containers) it would be useful to be able to use DBaaS distributions such us DB2 on Cloud or Azure SQL. It is a backward step to have to use on-pre...
Enable authentication by token on the Sterling B2B REST API
Seems like currently the B2B REST API only supports authentication of basic type, where username/password is sent in header of get/post/put HTTP call. Can there be a mechanism to authenticate via bearer token? Thanks very much!
Request support for SHA224 hashes to cover entire SHA-2 suite
B2B Advanced Communications currently only supports the following options for digest hash function and signature hash function: MD5 SHA1 SHA256 SHA384 SHA512 The SHA-2 family of hashes specifies support for the following set of hash algorithms: SH...
Upgrade Cassandra to 4.0 for Global Mailbox in order to support auditlogs
that would be useful for auditing purposes. PCI-DSS requirements require to audit systems access. All customers working in financial industry would benefit from this.
Enable specifying account permissions on download orders for each user
There is no option for us to add accounts for a B2C file which we can do at the moment in Axway. For our current set up we give permissions to users by account numbers so they can only retrieve statements containing that account
Need SSL/TLS support for Global Mailbox to post its events to Control Center
Most other connections are firmly secured in B2Bi/SFG/GM, with one significant exception; the ability to post events and heartbeats from Global Mailbox to Control Center (ICC or CCM). By default, CCM 6.2 disables its non-secure web port, 58082. Si...
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