|Monitor virtual systems on IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Service
IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Service is one of the services available in the IBM Platform as a Service offering in IBM SmartCloud Enterprise. The Workload Service uses IBM Workload Deployer technology as its underpinning to deploy virtual applications and virtual systems to the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise. At the time of this writing, IBM Workload Deployer does not provide monitoring for virtual system patterns. If you want to hook up your virtual system patterns to an IBM Tivoli Monitoring server, this tutorial shows you how.
|16 Oct 2012|
|Preparing for IBM PureApplication System, Part 5: Developing virtual application patterns for IBM Workload Deployer with
Rational Application Developer
Part 5 of this article series shows how to combine the software development features of IBM Rational Application Developer with the virtual application pattern assembly capabilities of IBM Workload Deployer to develop cloud applications. With Workload Deployer, you can assemble virtual application patterns consisting of Java EE enterprise applications, Web applications, OSGi applications, and other types of components. However, as an application developer, it is predominantly the source code of the components of the pattern you need to work with the most. The latest integrated features of Rational Application Developer and Workload Deployer will help you develop virtual application patterns from the source code on up.
|11 Apr 2012|
|Use IBM Lotus Forms on the cloud
IBM Lotus Forms help organizations of all sizes automate their business processes through data capture, review, approval, and submission of eForms. Lotus Forms can be run from the cloud, which significantly lowers the cost of ownership and dramatically increases scalability. In this tutorial, learn how to write a simple application that allows a small car repair company to track its customers using Lotus Forms, and then run it on the cloud using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). No prior cloud computing experience is necessary.
|29 Jun 2010|
|Application environment migration with WebSphere CloudBurst
In this tutorial, the authors demonstrate how to use WebSphere CloudBurst to build patterns you can use to represent the configuration of both your application and application infrastructure. They also show you how to use these patterns to consistently deploy the application environment as it moves through the four life-cycle stages -- development, test, QA, and production. The tutorial offers a complete, step-by-step example of using patterns to handle changing topologies, underlying platform architectures, and configuration properties.
|01 Jun 2010|
|Informix application development and testing on the cloud
IBM Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) is database server software targeted at high-volume online transaction processing (OLTP). IDS is ideal for managing large deployments and embedded solutions. This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for using IDS in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) for your database application development.
|08 Apr 2010|
|Profiling Java applications using IBM Rational Application Developer
This tutorial provides you guidance on using IBM® Rational Application Developer to profile your Java applications. To that end, it will first provide relevant background on the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Project (TPTP) Java Virtual Machine Tool Interface (JVMTI) profiling agent functionality.
|01 Apr 2010|
|Deploy your database applications and projects on the cloud
Cloud computing is an increasingly popular paradigm that can significantly accelerate development and prototyping cycles. In this tutorial, you will learn how you can easily deploy your database applications and projects on the cloud in just minutes using IBM DB2 data server and Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). No prior cloud computing or DB2 experience is necessary.
|28 Jan 2010|