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Top Answer: I like that it is very stable, and we never experience any downtime.
Top Answer: As far as I know, they have a perpetual license for this product. They are paying perpetual fees rather than an annual subscription or annual pricing.
Top Answer: Traceability could be improved, especially for business operations. The traceability of the transactions could be an improvement point for DataPower to work on. It would be better if they provided… more »
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Overview

IBM DataPower Gateway is a single multi-channel gateway that helps provide security, control, integration and optimized access to a full range of mobile, web, application programming interface (API), service-oriented architecture (SOA), B2B and cloud workloads. It enables you to rapidly expand the scope of valuable IT assets to new channels - giving customers, employees and partners access to critical resources. It is available in the following form factors: physical, virtual, cloud, Linux and Docker.

TIBCO ActiveSpaces is a low-latency, secure, distributed, in-memory data storage technology that can also function as a system of record for terabytes of operational data. TIBCO ActiveSpaces on the one hand, stores it's data in memory on a cluster of machines for fast read access, and on the other hand, it provides distributed persistence on local file systems for very fast write performance.
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Large Enterprise75%
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IBM DataPower Gateway is ranked 4th in Application Infrastructure with 9 reviews while TIBCO ActiveSpaces is ranked 34th in Application Infrastructure. IBM DataPower Gateway is rated 8.2, while TIBCO ActiveSpaces is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM DataPower Gateway writes "Deals with multiple protocols, but "WTX" components are problematic". On the other hand, IBM DataPower Gateway is most compared with IBM API Connect, Apigee, IBM Integration Bus, Mule ESB and Microsoft Azure API Management, whereas TIBCO ActiveSpaces is most compared with .

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