IBM Mashup Center and the InfoSphere MashupHub, Part 1, Get started with InfoSphere MashupHub

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Hardeep Singh

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: June 26, 2008

This article is an introduction to InfoSphere™ MashupHub, part of the IBM® Mashup Center product. You'll learn about the architecture of the product and about the different tools and utilities within it. Then, explore a simple use case scenario that showcases the different components and illustrates the advantages of using Web 2.0 concepts, such as data feeds and feed mashups in an enterprise. This article is the first in a two-part series on the IBM Mashup Center, focusing primarily on the InfoSphere MashupHub. Part 2 will cover details of the Mashup Editor and its architecture, extending the use case of the first article to explain the usage and reason for each operator.

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