Open Source Web 2.0 applications are getting more attractive, as their functionality and stability are comparable to enterprise applications. The following papers are intended to help in working with Web 2.0 on RHEL5.

Web 2.0 documentation - RHEL5.3

Setting up a Web 2.0 stack

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 for Linux on System z already contains major components of the Web 2.0 infrastructure; however certain Web 2.0 specific enhancements and configuration steps are required on top.

The following paper describes the components of a Web 2.0 infrastructure and explains step by step how to install and set up these components on RHEL 5.3. It also contains 'Hello World' like sample programs to verify the correct installation and configuration of the Web 2.0 components:

Web 2.0 applications

The following paper describes the setup of Open Source Web 2.0 applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 for Linux on System z step by step. It describes Wikis, Blogs, Content Management Systems (CMS) and e-Commerce solutions:

Web 2.0 - connecting to DB2

The following paper describes, for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 for Linux on System z, the setup and configuration of Web 2.0 related programming languages to connect to IBM's database DB2 Enterprise Server Edition Version 9. This version includes support for DB2 on z/OS and DB2 LUW:

Web 2.0 documentation - RHEL5.2

Setting up a Web 2.0 stack

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for Linux on System z already contains major components of the Web 2.0 infrastructure; however certain Web 2.0 specific enhancements and configuration steps are required on top.

The following paper describes the components of a Web 2.0 infrastructure and explains step by step how to install and set up these components on RHEL 5.2. It also contains 'Hello World' like sample programs to verify the correct installation and configuration of the Web 2.0 components:

Web 2.0 applications

The following paper describes the setup of Open Source Web 2.0 applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for Linux on System z step by step. It describes Wikis, Blogs, Content Management Systems (CMS) and e-Commerce solutions:

Web 2.0 - connecting to DB2

The following paper describes, for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for Linux on System z, the setup and configuration of Web 2.0 related programming languages to connect to IBM's database DB2 Enterprise Server Edition Version 9:

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