Here are some short cut APIs for Open Liberty API and IBM FHIR Server’s batch feature.
My lab is now live and available on the IBM Digital Developer Conference. In my session, developers integrate a healthcare data application using IBM FHIR Server with OpenShift serverless, to create and respond to actual healthcare scenarios. The lab materials Link to the lab material https://prb112.github.io/healthcare-serverless/ and you need to sign up for the lab using the following instructions. Signing up for the Lab To get access to the lab environment, follow the following instructions:1. Get added to the IBM Cloud account “DEGCLOUD” using the following app: – https://account-invite.mybluemix.net/ – Enter Lab key: welcome – Enter IBM ID: the email…
Recently I developed and presented this lab… which gets released in late September 2021. In this lab, developers integrate a healthcare data application using IBM FHIR Server with Red Hat OpenShift Serverless to create and respond to a healthcare scenario. This lab is a companion to the session Integrating Healthcare Data in a Serverless World at Digital Developer Conference – Hybrid Cloud. The content for this lab can be found at https://ibm.biz/ibm-fhir-server-healthcare-serverless. Have fun! Enjoy… Ask Questions… I’m here to help.
buildah is an intriguing open source tool to build of Open Container Initiative (OCI) container images using a scripted approach versus a traditional Dockerfile. It’s fascinating and I’ve started to use podman and buildah to build my project’s images.
I picked ubi-micro as my startingn point. Per Red Hat, ubi-microis the smallest possible image excludinng the package manager and all of its dependencies which are normally included in a container image. This approach is an alternative to the current release of the IBM FHIR Server image. The following only documents my first stages with Java testing.
One of the prerequisites for setting up IBM FHIR Server Bulk Data is setting up max_prepared_transactions since the IBM FHIR Server leverages Open Liberty Java Batch which uses an XA Transaction.
If you are using Azure, here are the steps for updating your Postgres resource.