IBM Industry Application Platform combines WebSphere Application Server V220.127.116.11, DB2 Express-C 9.7.1, and WebSphere MQ V7.0.1 into one image, available on the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise or Amazon EC2 Web Services. This image is a fully configured software stack to use in developing industry applications. A sample application for the financial services industry is included. Use the application and IBM product configuration scripts to get started quickly with your own industry applications.
Try an application architecture pattern that's worked for a variety of IBM business partners and ISVs, get the runtime environments that are key for your industry, and shorten your development and test cycles by managing a single, integrated image.
The products in this image offer runtime capabilities for J2EE, XML, relational database, message queueing, and service-oriented applications. Learn more about the products:
IBM SmartCloud Enterprise provides you with quick access a security-rich, enterprise-ready testing and development environment to help reduce costs, shorten cycle times and improve quality. With the IBM Cloud, you can access and pay for development and testing resources as you need them.
With the IBM Cloud, get rapid self-service provisioning, high payback through reduced costs, error reduction, and accelerated application development through on-demand provisioning.
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Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) can develop applications on Amazon EC2 using the the IBM Industry Application Platform development Amazon Machine Image (AMI).
This bundle comes with one license and one single integrated Amazon Machine Image to manage. By leveraging the software bundle in a single image delivered on the Amazon Web Services cloud model, your development and testing cycles can be shorter and successful.
The Industry Application Platform AMI is available at the low cost of your Amazon Web Services usage, for development use only with no time limits, and no support. There is no fee from IBM for the AMI.
To start developing on Amazon EC2, you'll need an Amazon account. If you don't have one, create one now.
Note: This link takes you to the catalog entry for the IBM Industry Application Platform AMI. On the catalog page, click the Purchase information link to sign in, register, and get started.
Details about this development AMI can be found in the IBM Industry Application Platform (WebSphere Application Server, DB2 Express-C, and WebSphere MQ) AMI Catalog.
Another option is to use your own product licenses. You can install and run IBM programs on the Amazon EC2 Web service using program licenses obtained from IBM on a Processor Value Unit (PVU) basis. Read PVUs required for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud for more information.