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SAP security and deployment best practices in InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP Applications 7.1
This tutorial shows how to deploy the SAP side components of the InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP Applications 7.1. It covers the stage types and gives an overview of the relevant installation and security administration concepts.
Articles 02 Jul 2015
Explore IBM Bluemix
Watch as David Barnes demos Bluemix, IBM's platform as a service offering. He focuses on how to start developing and deploying applications on IBM Bluemix.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese   Portuguese  
Articles 01 Jul 2015
Identifying duplicates in your data using InfoSphere QualityStage
This article illustrates the steps required and best practices to find duplicates in data using IBM InfoSphere Information Server. Additionally, it will provide accelerators to standardize and find duplicates in names and addresses for India, Canada, Germany, and Japan.
Articles 30 Jun 2015
Tour the Bluemix platform and build your first app
Watch as Tarun Gangwani demos Bluemix, IBM's platform as a service offering. Beyond the Cloud Foundry command line, he describes the many options for developing and deploying applications on IBM Bluemix, including container delivery based on Docker and virtual machine delivery based on Open Stack.
Articles 30 Jun 2015
OpenMP support in IBM XL compilers
The IBM XL Fortran and XL C/C++ for Linux on Power little endian compilers support the OpenMP API V3.1 and some selected V4.0 features. This enables the compiler to use the multicore hardware to improve performance. This article describes the OpenMP features supported in the latest XL compilers. It also includes some examples to illustrate the benefits of using these new features.
Articles 29 Jun 2015
Build a photo storage service in the cloud with PHP and IBM Bluemix, Part 2
More and more applications are taking advantage of cheap, reliable object storage in the cloud. With the IBM Bluemix Object Storage service, you too can add cloud-based storage to your application. Part 1 of this tutorial series shows how to create the application stub, enable the user interface, process photo uploads, and start working with photos. This tutorial shows how to deploy the app to IBM Bluemix, as well as how to add support for multiple containers and multiple users.
Articles 26 Jun 2015
Microservices in action, Part 1: Introduction to microservices
In this multipart series, learn how microservices make cloud applications more manageable, scalable, and reliable. This first installment gives you a high-level view of microservices' role in cloud architectures and contrasts microservices-based systems with older, monolithic models.
Articles 26 Jun 2015
Protecting mobile applications with the ISAM module for IBM DataPower Gateway, Part 2: Creating and applying multi-factor authentication policies using one-time passwords
In Part 1 of this tutorial series, you learned how to deploy the ISAM reverse proxy on IBM DataPower Gateway to enforce access to a mobile application. The reverse proxy was then combined with a Multi Protocol Gateway to provide additional API security and integration functionality. This full solution provides a comprehensive gateway enforcement point and mobile API access on the DataPower platform. In this second part, you will extend the security policy to include enforcement of a one-time password. This policy will require an OTP authentication level step-up when a "high value" transaction is attempted. The enforcement of this policy will be done using the ISAM reverse proxy on DataPower. The policy definition and runtime evaluation will be done using ISAM for Mobile.
Articles 25 Jun 2015
DB2 Advanced Copy Services: The scripted interface, Part 4: Implementation for DB2 ACS
IBM DB2 Advanced Copy Services (DB2 ACS) supports taking snapshots for backup purposes in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows databases. You can use the DB2 ACS API through libraries implemented by your storage hardware vendors, or you can implement this API yourself. As of IBM DB2 10.5, a feature called Scripted Interface for DB2 Advanced Copy Services was introduced. It allows you to implement shell scripts instead of C libraries. These scripts can use the tools provided by the storage vendors to run the snapshot operations. The scripted interface can be used independently from your storage hardware. Additionally, DB2 supports storage hardware as soon as it becomes available. The feature supports all three architectures of DB2: enterprise server, multi-partitioned database using the database partitioning feature (DPF), and databases using pureScale. And it's supported on all UNIX and Linux platforms on which DB2 is certified. Part 4 of this "DB2 Advanced Copy Services: The scripted interface" series demonstrates the usage of the scripted interface together with IBM System Storage and IBM Storage Manager. The DB2 database in this example is used by an SAP NetWeaver system.
Articles 25 Jun 2015
Rapidly develop Internet of Things apps with Docker Containers
The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been driven in part by the commoditization and accessibility of wireless modules, sensors, and microcontrollers. But the IoT isn't just big news for device manufacturers. As the number and variety of connected devices increases, the demand for applications to interface with those devices and to process the vast quantities of data that they produce is also increasing. To match this growing demand, web and mobile application developers will need to start to develop for the IoT and adapt their current development practices to meet the challenges of this new application area. One such development practice is the use of containers. Containers are a lightweight approach to virtualization that developers can apply to rapidly develop, test, deploy, and update IoT applications at scale.
Articles 25 Jun 2015
Branding and customizing coach themes in IBM Business Process Manager
There are many ways to adjust coaches for your branding requirements. Learn about IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) approaches, focusing on methods more appropriate for beginners, such as toolkits that use the pre-built color schemes on pages. The Color toolkit calculates new colors for a page based on a single input. The Branding toolkit adds banners, logos, and backgrounds rapidly to coaches with little effort.
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Branding and customizing the coach controls in IBM Business Process Manager
Learn approaches to customize coach controls for your organization, such as using included files, creating third-party controls, and linking the controls with the Representational State Transfer (REST) protocol. Also learn tips and tricks for overcoming common problems encountered when creating coaches.
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Comparing IBM Business Process Manager dashboards to IBM Business Monitor
Solution architects can add custom monitoring to an IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) solution with either the tools built into the IBM BPM product or by adding the IBM Business Monitor product to the solution. This tutorial explores these two alternatives by showing how to develop custom dashboards for a sample business scenario. It discusses findings and makes recommendations on selecting the best fit for your situation.
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Creating virtual affinity maps with IBM Blueworks Live
Affinity mapping is a valuable tool for analysts to elicit requirements from business users in a collocated setting. With IBM Blueworks Live, a real-time collaboration tool, analysts and business users can make affinity mapping collaborative in a virtual environment.
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Integrating IBM Business Process Manager with a hybrid MobileFirst application
This tutorial shows how to integrate IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Advanced V8.5.X with a hybrid MobileFirst application using the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation V6.3 through a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Tips for migrating IBM Business Process Manager applications to Internet Explorer 10
If you migrated to Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 from an earlier version of Internet Explorer, your end users of IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) process applications might encounter rendering or stability issues in the Process Portal and heritage coaches. Remediation typically requires application of appropriate product fixes and manual adjustments to the heritage coach HTML layout properties through the coach designer. This tutorial highlights the nature of these issues to assist you in planning the migration of your IBM BPM process applications to Internet Explorer 10.
Articles 24 Jun 2015
Build a photo storage service in the cloud with PHP and IBM Bluemix, Part 1
More and more applications are taking advantage of cheap, reliable object storage in the cloud. With the IBM Bluemix Object Storage service, you too can add cloud-based storage to your application. This tutorial series shows you how to build a photo storage service in the cloud with IBM Bluemix and PHP. It uses the Silex PHP micro-framework to build the application, together with the HybridAuth authentication library for multi-user support and the Bootstrap templating kit for a responsive, mobile-friendly user interface. Part 1 shows you how to create the application stub, enable the user interface, process photo uploads, and start working with photos.
Articles 23 Jun 2015
Custom Test Creator
This extension allows users to extend the tests executed by AppScan.
Downloads 22 Jun 2015
Is your mobile app slow? A resource hog?
This article demonstrates how to use the new features in IBM Rational Test Workbench to perform two important aspects of performance testing on mobile apps: Response time measurements and Resource monitoring.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian  
Articles 22 Jun 2015
Data integration at scale: Linked Data
Linked Data technologies effectively make one data set out of many. Now that you understand the Resource Description Framework (RDF) data model and the SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language (SPARQL), learn how those standards combine with the web's architecture to create and use easily consumable interconnected data.
Articles 22 Jun 2015
Data integration at scale: Linked Data
Linked Data technologies effectively make one data set out of many. Now that you understand the Resource Description Framework (RDF) data model and the SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language (SPARQL), learn how those standards combine with the web's architecture to create and use easily consumable interconnected data.
Articles 22 Jun 2015
Know your online fix-pack update progress using the db2pd tool
The fix-pack update for DB2 pureScale is now made easy and simple from DB2 10.5 and higher. You can apply the new fix-pack level online, while the client's workload or a query is running on the server instance. This tutorial explains how to determine the progress of an online fix-pack update to your DB2 pureScale instance, using the db2pd command.
Articles 18 Jun 2015
Accelerating performance with inline assembly using IBM XL C/C++ compiler on IBM z Systems
IBM® XL C/C++ compiler Version 1 for Linux on z Systems was released in 2015. This marked the first time inline assembly feature was supported by IBM compiler for Linux on z Systems. With inline assembly, software engineers are able to further accelerate the execution of applications by handcrafting the assembler codes for the most performance-sensitive parts. This feature unleashes the hardware advantage of IBM z Systems™ as well as programmer ingenuity to realize the development of high-performance applications. The objective of this article is to introduce the assembler instructions on z Systems to be used with inline assembly. The target audience are advanced software engineers who are interested in going beyond the extent of the optimizations provided by the compiler to fine tune the most performance-sensitive code section of high-performance applications on z Systems.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Change Data Capture and WebSphere eXtreme Scale: Architectural patterns for dealing with stale data in a distributed caching environment
Distributed caching solutions often have to deal with the problem of a stale cache. This tutorial outlines various architectural patterns for dealing with this issue, including a new approach based on the principles of Change Data Capture (CDC). The IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale CDC Adapter is a new feature offered in WebSphere eXtreme Scale V8.6.0.7 that provides a solution based on the IBM InfoSphere Data Replication CDC product.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Develop a predictive analytics model for a complex data set
In this tutorial, we discuss IBM dashDB, which is a data warehousing service in the cloud that provides built-in in-database analytics. We show you how to use IBM Bluemix to create an instance of dashDB on the cloud, use its R analytics capabilities to develop a predictive model for your data set, and then leverage R's Shiny application to generate interactive and robust visualizations and predictions. We use the Kaggle data science competitions as our sample data.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
How, where, and why IBM PureApplication fits in your cloud
IBM PureApplication systems introduce out-of-the-box capabilities that improve the way you create and deliver cloud solutions by simplifying the creation and reuse of applications and topologies. You get infrastructure patterns of expertise from IBM and its partners, as well as a platform that is optimized for enterprise applications. But how does PureApplication fit in the field of public, private, and hybrid cloud scenarios? This article explains how PureApplication System, PureApplication Software, or PureApplication Service should be your enabler of choice for whatever type of cloud you have.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Faster forward video series: IBM API Management end-to-end, Part 4
This four-part series of videos on IBM API Management together make up an end-to-end demonstration of the product that includes creating a restful API, testing it, publishing it in IBM API Management, and finally using the published API from a mobile application. Using the RESTful API you exposed to the public in Part 3, this video demo concludes with an exercise that illustrates how to use your API within a mobile application.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
The WebSphere Contrarian: If liberty means freedom of choice, am I free to choose the Liberty profile?
Since it's introduction in 2012, the IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile has rapidly evolved from a development desktop focused runtime to one that is increasingly being considered for production deployment. The WebSphere Contrarian clears up some misconceptions about the Liberty profile, and outlines some factors to consider when evaluating the Liberty profile as an alternative or adjunct to the WebSphere Application Server full profile.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Implementing multi-system management and deployment with IBM PureApplication System
IBM PureApplication System V2.0 introduced support for multi-system management and deployment, which enables you to perform catalog management and deployment across systems. This tutorial helps you setup a management domain and deployment subdomain using IBM PureApplication System.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Making the move to the Liberty profile, Part 3: Migrating a JBoss application to Liberty
In the third and final installment of this series, you will follow the process discussed in Parts 1 and 2 to migrate a JBoss application to the IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile - without incident. One of the steps will be to use the Liberty Technology Preview to identify any porting issues so you can quickly decide if an application is a good fit for the Liberty lightweight container. The straightforward process enables you to very quickly migrate not only the application code, but also the server configuration required for running that application.
Articles 17 Jun 2015
Comment lines: Encrypting WebSphere Application Server system passwords — if you insist
IBM WebSphere Application Server stores system passwords in files that are simply encoded. To support clients who want to implement their own password storage mechanism, WebSphere Application Server has provided a System Programming Interface (SPI) to do so. Encrypting these system passwords can provide some marginal additional security benefits for a specific class of vulnerability (poorly implemented application code), but it cannot provide defense against a malicious programmer or a determined attack. If you insist on implementing a password encryption solution, here is one example of how you could achieve this using the SPI.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 16 Jun 2015
Use business rules as an authorization engine
Authorization policies in web-based applications are not only complicated, but also dynamic. If you implement those policies in the source code of the application, you must change it every time the policy changes. This article shows you how to use a business rule engine, Nools, to make authorization decisions in a Node.js application. This allows the security policy to be stored as an object, and edited with a simple Angular-based user interface.
Articles 16 Jun 2015
Tapping Into the Internet of Things (IoT)
The age of the Internet of Things is upon us. Today, a wide variety of devices, including sensor-enabled smart devices, connect to the Internet and power new connected applications and solutions. Because of a confluence of factors, such as a significant drop in technology costs and the pervasiveness of connectivity in many forms, the Internet of Things has exploded into our every day lives. In this article, I explore key concepts in the Internet of Things (IoT), and describe four main steps to get you started in building IoT solutions.
Articles 15 Jun 2015
Integrating Chef with IBM PureApplication System, Part 2: Automating and managing application infrastructure with the pattern and Chef server
IBM PureApplication System is a cloud computing system-in-a-box with integrated hardware and software for deploying and executing workloads in a cloud. Chef™ is a popular DevOps solution for automating infrastructure configurations. This two-part tutorial series introduces how to integrate Chef with PureApplication System. Part 2 describes how to leverage the Chef server as the configuration management solution for pattern instances in PureApplication System.
Articles 11 Jun 2015
Making IBM i agile
Learn about the ARCAD and IBM DevOps toolset which provides the support you need to include IBM i development in your continuous integration strategy accurately and automatically.
Articles 11 Jun 2015
Integrating Chef with IBM PureApplication System, Part 1: Transforming Chef assets to script packages
IBM PureApplication System is a cloud computing system-in-a-box with integrated hardware and software for deploying and executing workloads in a cloud. Chef is a popular DevOps solution for automating infrastructure configurations. This two-part tutorial series introduces how to integrate Chef with PureApplication System. Part 1 begins with how to transform Chef assets to script packages in PureApplication System.
Articles 11 Jun 2015
Using Actions in InfoSphere Optim
InfoSphere Optim Data Masking solutions provides a way to convert extracted or archived data into CSV, XML or enterprise content management (ECM) data formats, and can also mask the data while converting them to any of these file formats. This article talks about the Actions feature introduced in InfoSphere Optim 9.1.0.3, which can help a user to move/load converted and masked files from one location to another.
Articles 11 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: CLM global configuration
Videos 09 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Effectively Manage and Reuse Components
Videos 09 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Effectively Manage Changes, Baselines and Engineering streams
Videos 09 Jun 2015
IBM cloud technologies: How they all fit together
Explore the various types of cloud computing systems available and the guidelines that can help you with real-world application deployments on top of a cloud infrastructure.
Articles 09 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation: Working with baselines
Videos 09 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Managing Requirement Changes with DOORS Next Generation
Videos 09 Jun 2015
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: What is Product Line Engineering?
IBM Rational offers solutions to support each phase of the product line engineering (PLE) lifecycle. PLE is a methodology that lets you deliver and evolve entire product lines more efficiently.
Videos 09 Jun 2015
Deploy a golang photo archive in the cloud
Use Object Storage v2 with a Go programming language application hosted on Bluemix. Object Storage v2 provides a highly available, robust, reliable, and scalable storage fabric that can be backed by a private cloud or the IBM public cloud.
Articles 05 Jun 2015
IBM DB2 for i: JSON Store Technology Preview
The JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Store Technology Preview for IBM i allows the storage and retrieval of JSON documents in database tables. This article describes how to enable the JSON store on IBM® DB2® for i. It also illustrates the use of the DB2 JSON command line and the DB2 JSON Java™ application programming interface (API) to store and retrieve JSON documents. Because this support is similar to the support provided by DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows and IBM DB2 for z/OS, this article refers the reader to the documentation provided by those products and describes the minor differences with the support provided by DB2 for i.
Articles 05 Jun 2015
Design a DB2 for z/OS table to hold just one row
DB2 tables are meant to hold enormous amounts of data for application testing, development, and production purposes. But at times, the need arises to design the table to hold just one row at a time dynamically. This tutorial introduces the basic concepts of having a DB2 for z/OS table hold one row.
Articles 04 Jun 2015
Managing Vertica clusters in a SaaS environment, Part 1: Copying Vertica databases across the cluster
In the SaaS environment, data information and services are the key to customer success. HP Vertica is a critical database technology that assists customers to better manage their data in a cluster environment. This article illustrates the step-by-step approach for Vertica installation, configuration, and setup across the clusters. As a part of the setup, it is important to complete the installation and configuration and then to copy the database across the cluster. .
Articles 03 Jun 2015
PHP renewed: Creating environments with Vagrant and PuPHPet
Thanks to Vagrant and PuPHPet, you can easily build consistent PHP development and deployment environments that take advantage of virtual-machine technology. These open source tools work with desktop-virtualization software such as VirtualBox to help you do away with apparent bugs that result from discrepancies between systems. PHP expert Eli White shows you how to put Vagrant and PuPHPet to work for your team.
Articles 03 Jun 2015
PHP renewed: Creating environments with Vagrant and PuPHPet
Thanks to Vagrant and PuPHPet, you can easily build consistent PHP development and deployment environments that take advantage of virtual-machine technology. These open source tools work with desktop-virtualization software such as VirtualBox to help you do away with apparent bugs that result from discrepancies between systems. PHP expert Eli White shows you how to put Vagrant and PuPHPet to work for your team.
Articles 03 Jun 2015
Managing Vertica clusters in a SaaS environment, Part 2: Generating backup scripts for Vertica clusters
In the SaaS environment, data information and services are the key to customer success. HP Vertica is a critical database technology that assists customers to better manage their data in a cluster environment. This article illustrates the step-by-step approach for Vertica database backup across the clusters. To generate the Vertica backup script, a backup host with passwordless SSH enabled and the configuration file must be defined. The backup script is initiated by a cron job based on the backup strategy and the size of the Vertica database.
Articles 03 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 1: Use Facebook as a logon source
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 1 of the 3-part series, explains how to use Facebook as a logon source
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 2: Store user information on the server
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 2 of the 3-part series, explains how to store user information on the server.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 3: Make the server act on the user's behalf
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 3 of the 3-part series, provides the final piece in the puzzle: how to make the server act on the user's behalf.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Cloud standards: Tools to ensure cloud application interoperability
Global consortia and working groups collaborate on development standards to build an environment of cloud systems that interoperate smoothly with the majority of applications, appliances, and platforms. But these standards are not just frameworks; they are tools for the system designer and application programmer. Here is an overview of their efforts.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Problem reporting for IBM PowerKVM host through IBM Electronic Service Agent for IBM PowerLinux
This article explains the use of IBM Electronic Service Agent (ESA) and the configuration that administrators must perform for reporting hardware problems for IBM PowerKVM hosts automatically.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Use social media credentials for your apps using Bluemix Single Sign On
In this tutorial, learn how to secure your web applications using the IBM Single Sign On service in IBM Bluemix. Using this service, you can authenticate users to any web or mobile application. In addition, you can use multiple identity providers like Facebook, Google+, or LinkedIn, as well as any SAML identity provider. Furthermore, you can use a custom user directory directly managed in Bluemix. All identity providers can be used simultaneously so that the end users can choose among them.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Protecting mobile applications with the ISAM module for IBM DataPower Gateway, Part 1: Securing and optimizing mobile workloads using mobile patterns
The IBM Security Access Manager module for IBM DataPower Gateway delivers strong authentication capabilities to protect mobile applications with multi-factor authentication based on contextual data and enforcement using one-time passwords. Enterprises must protect both consumer and employee mobile applications from malicious attackers to avoid data exposures and unauthorized access to mobile applications. Stronger security can be enforced using multiple authentication factors, often based on "something you know", such as a password, and "something you have", such as a mobile device. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the ISAM module multi-factor security framework to protect applications based on user credentials.
Articles 01 Jun 2015
Predictive analytics using IBM SPSS Modeler in DB2 for z/OS
This tutorial focuses on predictive analytics using IBM SPSS Modeler and data stored in DB2 for z/OS. We illustrate how to use the SPSS Modeler workbench to create predictive models with in-database mining, SQL push-back, and UDF scoring. We walk through the steps for integrating real-time scoring for DB2 for z/OS into an OLTP application. We also show what needs to be done in the DB2 server and the information an application developer needs to know to create an enterprise solution for in-database transactional scoring and batch scoring.
Articles 29 May 2015
Translate your Bluemix application to access global markets
Using the Book Club application as a working example, this article explains how to use the IBM Globalization service's capabilities (service dashboard, full feature RESTful APIs, and sample SDKs) to translate your Bluemix application's static content (user interface). Also learn how to dynamically update your app even as you continue to develop, build, test, and deploy within your Bluemix DevOps environment.
Articles 28 May 2015
Implementing web services security using user name tokens with policy sets in IBM Integration Bus
This tutorial describes how to configure policy sets, policy set bindings, and security profile services while using IBM Integration Bus as a web service consumer to invoke web services secured by Web Services Security (WS-Security) user name tokens.
Articles 27 May 2015
Instant web applications with Meteor
With the Meteor web development platform, JavaScript developers can design and build highly interactive and responsive rich-client web applications easily and rapidly. Gain hands-on experience building Meteor apps that take advantage of industry-standard JavaScript libraries. Sing Li goes beyond the hype and explores the promise of Meteor with nontrivial, functional application examples. Ed note: This tutorial has been updated to reflect changes in the Meteor framework, from early beta in 2013 to the current version, 1.1.x.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese  
Articles 27 May 2015
Instant web applications with Meteor
With the Meteor web development platform, JavaScript developers can design and build highly interactive and responsive rich-client web applications easily and rapidly. Gain hands-on experience building Meteor apps that take advantage of industry-standard JavaScript libraries. Sing Li goes beyond the hype and explores the promise of Meteor with nontrivial, functional application examples. Ed note: This tutorial has been updated to reflect changes in the Meteor framework, from early beta in 2013 to the current version, 1.1.x.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese  
Articles 27 May 2015
Build a mobile soccer notifications app on IBM Bluemix
Follow along as Joe Lennon exlains how he built the "Occer" application and deployed it on IBM's Bluemix platform. The back-end API layer is built using Ruby, Sinatra, and MongoDB. It uses the freely available football-data.co.uk data feeds to get the latest results. The application itself is an iOS application written in Swift and uses the IBM Bluemix Mobile SDK to handle push notifications.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 26 May 2015
Installing IBM SPSS C&DS Server and other product adapters in a single installation session
The IBM SPSS Collaboration and Deployment Services product (IBM SPSS C&DS) is an application that other IBM SPSS products (Modeler, Statistics, Analytical Decision Management, and so on) use to provide enhanced capabilities. The integration between these IBM SPSS products is achieved by installing product adapters on the base C&DS Server. You can save time and effort by installing the C&DS Server and the adapters together in a single installation session by using IBM Installation Manager.
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Articles 22 May 2015
Remote Exploitation of the Cordova Framework
In this report, the authors explain how they have discovered vulnerabilities in at least some versions of Apache Cordova.
Articles 21 May 2015
Develop secure cloud-aware applications
Cloud-aware application architectures and designs are becoming increasingly prevalent as developers and organizations recognize their increasing value. Cloud-aware applications tend to be very elastic and easy to scale, faster to develop, and more affordable. Yet while cloud-aware applications have numerous benefits, their architectures can create numerous security challenges for the unaware. This article describes some of the security challenges created by cloud-aware applications and how you can address some of them by following various best practices.
Articles 20 May 2015
IBM Security Trusteer Apex Advanced Malware Protection
This tutorial shows four videos that demonstrate the features of IBM Security Trusteer Apex Advanced Malware Protection.
Articles 20 May 2015
Improve performance for IBM Operational Decision Manager, Part 3: Reduce response times for hosted transparent decision services
IBM® Operational Decision Manager (ODM) offers a variety of options for optimal performance. Each organization's environment and needs are unique, so guidance about settings to increase performance and to streamline resource management is essential. As part 3 in a series, this tutorial provides recommended settings for addressing performance issues encountered when working with hosted transparent decision services.
Articles 20 May 2015
Use Maven with the Bluemix DevOps Services delivery pipeline
Learn how to integrate existing Apache Maven projects into the delivery pipeline in Bluemix DevOps Services and how to set up Maven projects to make them available as Bluemix DevOps Services projects.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 20 May 2015
Rational Integration Tester in 9 minutes flat
Learn how to record a simple test, play it back, and view the results in under ten minutes.
Videos 19 May 2015
Configure IBM Cloud Orchestrator to provision to SoftLayer
Follow the steps in this article to configure IBM Cloud Orchestrator to provision to SoftLayer. IBM Cloud Orchestrator gives you access to ready-to-use patterns and content packs – helping to speed configuration, provisioning and deployment. It integrates management tools such as metering, usage, accounting, monitoring and capacity management into your cloud services. Go live as quickly as you develop and test applications.
Articles 18 May 2015
Migrate an app from Heroku to Bluemix
With all of the cloud platforms currently on the market, migrating applications from one to another can present challenges. This tutorial provides a step-by-step method of migrating a sample app from Heroku to IBM Bluemix.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 18 May 2015
IBM RFE Community, Release 16
Find out what's new in the RFE Community. With Release 16, the RFE Community provides new features that keep you up to date on the requests you're watching and are interested in.
Articles 15 May 2015
Build a managed API with IBM Bluemix
Use the API Management service in Bluemix to create and publish your own APIs in the cloud. This tutorial helps you explore how API Management and Bluemix can help you participate in the API economy.
Articles 13 May 2015
PHP renewed: Composer for PHP dependency handling
Today's complex PHP projects often use multiple third-party libraries that in turn have their own dependencies. Find out how Composer, an open source project built in PHP for the PHP community, takes the pain out of dependency handling for your modern PHP applications.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 13 May 2015
PHP renewed: Composer for PHP dependency handling
Today's complex PHP projects often use multiple third-party libraries that in turn have their own dependencies. Find out how Composer, an open source project built in PHP for the PHP community, takes the pain out of dependency handling for your modern PHP applications.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 13 May 2015
Implementing Salesforce federated single sign-on with WebSphere DataPower, Part 2: Identity provider initiated SSO using an encrypted and signed SAML assertion
This four-part tutorial series describes a Salesforce federated single sign-on solution using WebSphere DataPower as an identity provider. Part 2 describes how to implement an identity provider initiated single sign-on to Salesforce using an encrypted and signed SAML assertion.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 13 May 2015
Implementing Salesforce federated single sign-on with WebSphere DataPower, Part 3: Implementing a service provider initiated SSO using a signed SAML assertion
This four-part tutorial series describes a Salesforce federated single sign-on solution using WebSphere DataPower as an identity provider. Part 3 discusses how to implement the service provider initiated single sign-on to Salesforce using a signed SAML assertion.
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Articles 13 May 2015
Implementing Salesforce federated single sign-on with WebSphere DataPower, Part 1: Implementing an identity provider initiated SSO using a signed SAML assertion
This four-part tutorial series describes a Salesforce federated single sign-on solution using WebSphere DataPower as an identity provider. Part 1 of this series discusses how to implement an identity provider initiated single sign-on to Salesforce using a signed SAML assertion.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 13 May 2015
Improve performance for IBM Operational Decision Manager, Part 2: Reduce rule execution resource consumption
IBM® Operational Decision Manager (ODM) offers a variety of options for optimal performance. Each organization's environment and needs are unique, so guidance about settings to increase performance and to streamline resource management is essential. As part 2 in a series, this tutorial provides recommended settings for addressing performance issues encountered when working with the Rule Execution Server.
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Articles 13 May 2015
Implementing Salesforce federated single sign-on with WebSphere DataPower, Part 4: Service provider initiated single sign-on using an encrypted and signed SAML assertion
This four-part tutorial series describes a Salesforce federated single sign-on solution using WebSphere DataPower as an identity provider. This last part of the tutorial series, Part 4, discusses how to implement the service provider initiated single sign-on to Salesforce using an encrypted and signed SAML assertion.
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Articles 13 May 2015
Working with the JMS Connector in WebSphere Cast Iron, Part 1: Configuring JMS in WebSphere Application Server
Part 1 of this 2-part tutorial series explains how to configure Java Messaging Service in WebSphere Application Server when connecting from WebSphere Cast Iron Studio to the JMS Connector. This tutorial also addresses configuration issues when connecting to the JMS Connector.
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Articles 13 May 2015
IBM Security Services 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence Index
IBM Managed Security Services publishes an annual Cyber Security Intelligence Index, summarizing security "events" experienced the previous year by its clients worldwide. The 2014 Index reports that in 2013, more than half a billion records—including names, emails, credit card numbers, and passwords—were stolen. It is estimated that each lost data record costs companies an average of $145. Learn more in this white paper.
Articles 12 May 2015
Introduction to IBM Datacap Taskmaster Capture 8.1 Development Kit
Learn about the cross-industry and industry specific sample applications and tools available in the IBM Datacap Taskmaster Capture Development Kit (DDK), and find links to each of the components.
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Articles 12 May 2015
Develop mobile apps with IBM MobileFirst Object Store Adapter and backend IBM Spectrum Scale Object
Explore the need for easy integration of mobile applications with data stored on object stores. Cloud storage enables users and applications to store data remotely and access it from anywhere, at any time, and from any device. In this article, we review IBM Spectrum Scale Object, a state-of-the-art object store offering, and IBM MobileFirst, a popular platform for developing multi-platform mobile applications. We then show you a custom-built MobileFirst adapter that can be used to develop mobile apps with easy access and integration with the data stored on the IBM Spectrum Scale Object store.
Articles 11 May 2015
Analytics for Hadoop on Bluemix, Part 1: Analytics for Hadoop on Bluemix: Sign in and access the service
Sign up for a free IBM Bluemix account, log in to Bluemix, and start the Hadoop for Analytics service.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Build a Big SQL app using the IBM Analytics for Hadoop Service
Build a sample application that uses the IBM Analytics for Hadoop Service, which runs on a cloud-based instance of IBM InfoSphere BigInsights Enterprise Edition, to explore social media data for global coverage of the IBM Watson brand. Query the data by using Big SQL (IBM's SQL interface to its Hadoop-based platform, InfoSphere BigInsights) and deploy a WAR file that contains a Java application that reads the data. The sample application that you create for your users can dynamically run queries on the data.
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Tutorial 08 May 2015
Build a data mining app using Java, Weka, and the dashDB service
The dashDB (formerly known as Analytics Warehouse and BLU Acceleration) service provides data warehousing and analytics as a service on IBM Bluemix. Developers can develop and deploy a heavy-duty analytic application using blazing-fast IBM BLU database technology offered in the cloud. Learn how to develop a data mining application using the Weka statistical analysis tool and leveraging the IBM BLU columnar database.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Building a REST service with integrated web services server for IBM i, Part 3
Rapidly changing application environments require a flexible mechanism to exchange data between different application tiers. Representational State Transfer (REST) has gained widespread acceptance across the web as the interface of choice for mobile and interactive applications. You might already be using integrated web services server to expose ILE programs and service programs as SOAP-based web services. This series of articles introduces a powerful new feature of the integrated web services server – the ability to deploy ILE programs and services programs as RESTful web services. In this third part, you will learn how to deploy an application as a RESTful web service using multiple Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) methods.
Articles 08 May 2015
Building a REST service with integrated web services server for IBM i: Part 1
Rapidly changing application environments require a flexible mechanism to exchange data between different application tiers. Representational State Transfer (REST) has gained widespread acceptance across the web as the interface of choice for mobile and interactive applications. You might already be using integrated web services server to expose ILE programs and service programs as SOAP-based web services. This series of articles introduces a powerful new feature of the integrated web services server – the ability to deploy ILE programs and services programs as RESTful web services. In this first part, you will learn the basic REST concepts and how integrated web services server supports REST services.
Articles 08 May 2015
Building a REST service with integrated web services server for IBM i: Part 2
Rapidly changing application environments require a flexible mechanism to exchange data between different application tiers. Representational State Transfer (REST) has gained widespread acceptance across the web as the interface of choice for mobile and interactive applications. You might already be using integrated web services server to expose ILE programs and service programs as SOAP-based web services. This series of articles introduces a powerful new feature of the integrated web services server – the ability to deploy ILE programs and services programs as RESTful web services. In this second part, you will learn how to deploy a simple application as a RESTful web service.
Articles 08 May 2015
Create a business intelligence and analytics service in Ruby with the dashDB service
The dashDB Service available in IBM Bluemix provides a powerful, easy-to-use, and agile platform for business intelligence and analytics. It is an enterprise-class managed service that is powered by the in-memory optimized, column-organized BLU Acceleration data warehouse technology. This article demonstrates how easy it is to incorporate the dashDB service into your application so that you can focus on your application.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Develop a public transportation system simulator with Node.js and the dashDB service
This article shows you how to develop a simulator of public transportation system using cloud services such as IBM DevOps Services, IBM Bluemix, and dashDB (formerly known as Analytics Warehouse and BLU Acceleration). Developers with intermediate knowledge of JavaScript and those who want to get started with cloud services can learn how to develop a simple but useful application for data analysis and streams.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Move a toy car with your mind
Learn how to extract brain wave data from the Muse wearable device to perform an action in the real world: in this case, move a toy car. The article explains how to work with the Arduino and the toy car remote control from the hardware side; and from the software side, how to work with Bluemix to create a Node.js web application to see real-time brain wave activity.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Process home monitoring data using the Time Series Database in Bluemix
Learn how to create, store, and analyze sensor data using a Time Series Database on Bluemix.
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Articles 08 May 2015
DB2 with BLU Acceleration: A rapid adoption guide
You have probably heard how DB2 with BLU Acceleration can provide performance improvements ranging from 10x to 25x and beyond for analytical queries with minimal tuning. You are probably eager to understand how your business can leverage this cool technology for your warehouse or data mart. The goal of this article is to provide you with a quick and easy way to get started with BLU. We present a few scenarios to illustrate the key setup requirements to start leveraging BLU technology for your workload.
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Articles 07 May 2015
The SQL reference for cross-platform development
Great news for people who want to write portable applications! This reference makes it easy for you to develop applications using SQL that is portable across the DB2 database family, including DB2 for z/OS Version 11, DB2 for i Version 7.2, and DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Version 10.5.
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Articles 07 May 2015
Add language translation to your apps with IBM Watson
Add machine translation to your Bluemix apps. Use Node-RED and the Machine Translation service to create an app that translates text that the user enters and performs sentiment analysis on that text.
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Articles 06 May 2015
Build an enterprise-scale database of SEC financial data with Bluemix and Cloudant
A huge amount of unstructured or semi-structured data is available on the Internet today. NoSQL databases able to dynamically load content in nearly any shape have made putting this data into an accessible form much easier. This tutorial explains how to build or replicate a data set in the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format, the type used by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Articles 06 May 2015

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