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Native JavaScript applications on IBM i with Node.js
Node.js is an open source project that provides a platform for server-side JavaScript applications running without browsers. Node.js is now supported on IBM i. Beyond support for Node.js, IBM i specific extensions are included in the new open source for IBM i licensed product. This article introduces the basics of Node.js and explains how to use it on IBM i.
Articles 26 Feb 2015
Build your first Node.js website, Part 1
Do you want to build a dynamic website with Node.js but are unsure where to start? This three-part article introduces you to Node.js development step by step, with no software installation required. Using only a web browser, you create a Node.js application, write server-side JavaScript, display dynamic data on HTML pages, and store data in a Redis database.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Perform text analytics with Bluemix analytics services
This tutorial explains how to perform text analytics using the Analytics for Hadoop service and dashDB service (formerly known as the Analytics Warehouse service) on IBM Bluemix. Most of the processes are performed on a client machine with Eclipse IDE and the BigInsights plugin installed. After extracting the desired text, we use R in dashDB to plot charts with the results.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Build your first Node.js website, Part 3
Do you want to build a dynamic website with Node.js but are unsure where to start? This three-part article introduces you to Node.js development step by step, with no software installation required. Using only a web browser, you create a Node.js application, write server-side JavaScript, display dynamic data on HTML pages, and store data in a Redis database.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Build your first Node.js website, Part 2
Do you want to build a dynamic website with Node.js but are unsure where to start? This three-part article introduces you to Node.js development step by step, with no software installation required. Using only a web browser, you create a Node.js application, write server-side JavaScript, display dynamic data on HTML pages, and store data in a Redis database.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Proactive monitoring and management of IBM PureApplication System
This tutorial describes a proactive methodology for monitoring and managing IBM PureApplication System to ensure optimal operation and performance. The reader will learn why this is important, what to monitor, how to do so, and how to handle and report issues.
Articles 25 Feb 2015
Making the move to the Liberty profile, Part 2: Migrating Java EE resources with the Configuration Migration Toolkit
This article series addresses a recent trend among many IT organizations to move their existing Java EE applications from Full Platform Java EE servers, such as WebLogic Server, Oracle Application Server, and JBoss Application Server to more lightweight, scalable, and reliable servers, such as the IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile. In this three-part series, Part 1 addresses how to evaluate your existing Java EE applications to determine their migration suitability to the Liberty profile. Part 2 shows you how to quickly migrate the Java EE resources that are required for running the applications on the Liberty profile. Part 3 provides step-by-step instructions to quickly migrate your Java EE applications and resources to the Liberty profile.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 19 Feb 2015
Rational Team Concert essentials: A developer's perspective: Part 1. Joining a new team project
In Part 1 of this series, you will learn how, step-by-step, to join a team project, create a workspace to contribute to your project, and load existing artifacts from your team’s project components.
Articles 19 Feb 2015
Customizing CKEditor with WebSphere Commerce
This article describes how to use CKEditor with WebSphere Commerce. It explains how to add custom cascading-style-sheet (CSS) so your content displays similar to your store. It also describes how to add custom fonts and responsive design templates to the palette.
Articles 18 Feb 2015
WebSphere Commerce Search Solution Performance Best Practices
Search solution is an important feature in the WebSphere Commerce product, and is widely used by Commerce customers. Therefore, it is important for customers to understand the best practices to optimize Search solution performance.
Articles 16 Feb 2015
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: Implementing an Interactive Map Widget in IBM Cognos Workspace
This document provides the steps required to implement an Interactive Map Widget for use with IBM Cognos Workspace 10.2.1 and 10.2.2.
Articles 12 Feb 2015
Integration of OS authentication with Microsoft Active Directory on IBM PureApplication System
When implementing IBM PureApplication System, IBM recommends integration with an external LDAP subsystem. Many clients have an additional requirement for the OS to integrate with an external LDAP, which is not provided out-of-the-box. This article describes how to automate the integration of OS security on PureApplication System with external Microsoft Active Directory service. This greatly simplifies managing large sets of VMs on PureApplication System.
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Articles 11 Feb 2015
Creating a WebLogic software pattern on PureApplication System
A key strength of IBM PureApplication System platform-as-a-service lies in its support for a wide variety of technologies and products from many different providers. As an example, this tutorial shows you how easy it is to build an Oracle WebLogic pattern for a PureApplication System platform.
Articles 11 Feb 2015
Using OpenID Connect in WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile
WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile (hereafter called Liberty Profile) added OpenID Connect 1.0 (OIDC) support in V8.5.5.4. This tutorial describes the OIDC support, including architecture and new features, and then uses a web single-sign-on example to show you how to configure OIDC support in Liberty Profile.
Articles 11 Feb 2015
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: A Framework For Text Classification Using IBM SPSS Modeler
This article explores building SVM-based classification framework for text classification.
Articles 11 Feb 2015
Configuring HTTP and HTTPS tunneling for WebSphere MQ Internet Pass-Thru (MQIPT)
This tutorial shows you how to configure HTTP and HTTPS tunneling for WebSphere MQ Internet Pass-Thru (MQIPT), including configuring MQIPT HTTP and HTTPS options, setting up an SSL certificate for HTTPS, and testing the HTTP and HTTPS options configured.
Articles 11 Feb 2015
RESTful Web services: The basics
Representational State Transfer (REST) has gained widespread acceptance across the Web as a simpler alternative to SOAP- and Web Services Description Language (WSDL)-based Web services. Key evidence of this shift in interface design is the adoption of REST by mainstream Web 2.0 service providers -- including Yahoo, Google, and Facebook -- who have deprecated or passed on SOAP and WSDL-based interfaces in favor of an easier-to-use, resource-oriented model to expose their services. In this article, Alex Rodriguez introduces you to the basic principles of REST.
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Articles 09 Feb 2015
Continuous delivery with Rational Team Concert and UrbanCode Deploy: Part 3. How to use extensions to the Ant build.xml file
This article presents the final part of an alternative approach using extensions to the Ant build.xml file which is often at the center of the build process used by Rational Team Concert.
Articles 06 Feb 2015
Continuous delivery with Rational Team Concert and UrbanCode Deploy: Part 1. An out-of-the-box implementation
Learn how to create a continuous delivery process using IBM Rational Team Concert and IBM UrbanCode Deploy. You will learn how to extend an existing build processor to create a new build process from scratch that will seamlessly integrate the products to provide a flow of content in a highly traceable manner.
Articles 06 Feb 2015
Continuous delivery with Rational Team Concert and UrbanCode Deploy: Part 2. How to extend the build process
This article shows how to extend a build process to push newly built objects from the Rational Team Concert build process to the UrbanCode Deploy repository so that it is ready for deployment.
Articles 06 Feb 2015
Set up and use federation in InfoSphere BigInsights Big SQL V3.0
Big SQL V3.0 supports federation to many data sources, including IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows, IBM PureData System for Analytics, IBM PureData System for Operational Analytics, Teradata, and Oracle. Federation enables users to send distributed requests to multiple data sources within a single SQL statement. Learn how to use the federation capabilities in Big SQL V3.0.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 04 Feb 2015
Licensing distributed DB2 10.5 servers in a high availability (HA) environment
Are you trying to license your IBM DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows servers correctly in a high availability environment? Do you need help interpreting the announcement letters and licenses? This article explains it all in plain English for the DB2 10.5 release that became generally available on June 14, 2013.
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Articles 04 Feb 2015
Creating a JBoss Application Server pattern on IBM PureApplication System: Part 2: Using scripts
This two-part tutorial series shows you how to create a software pattern on IBM PureApplication System using non-IBM software such as JBoss Application Server. Part 2 shows you how to use packaged scripts to create a pattern.
Articles 04 Feb 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 29 Jan 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 29 Jan 2015
How to coordinate and execute an active-active topology with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
In an active-active topology, the server is installed in several data centers that all serve requests from mobile applications. Such a topology requires that you establish a database replication between the data centers. This tutorial explains how to setup an active-active topology for the IBM MobileFirst (formerly Worklight) Server, including setting up replication by using IBM DB2 Q Replication software.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
IBM Datacap 9.0 Developer Kit
The IBM Datacap 9.0 Developer Kit provides applications and files that allow unlimited extension and customization of the product. These customizations can be used to tailor your application to perform unique functionality or operate in a manor specific to the needs of your organization.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
MQTT and IBM MessageSight: Secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications
MQTT is a publish-subscribe based lightweight message protocol. A critical enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), MQTT can also be used for reliable enterprise messaging to mobile devices, enabling secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications. This tutorial explores the requirements of such a use case, showing how MQTT and IBM MessageSight are uniquely placed to fulfill them.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
Network design for IBM PureApplication System, Part 3: Alternative approaches for connecting to the data center network
Although largely self-contained, you still need to connect IBM PureApplication System to your data center network so that your external users can connect to, manage, and deploy workloads onto the system, as well as connect to those workloads and use applications running in the cloud. This three-part series of tutorials explains how the PureApplication System should be connected to the network, how its workloads can connect to the network, and alternative approaches to address connection variations.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
Network design for IBM PureApplication System, Part 2: How workloads connect to the network
Although largely self-contained, you still need to connect IBM PureApplication System to your data center network so that your external users can connect to, manage, and deploy workloads onto the system, as well as connect to those workloads and use applications running in the cloud. This three-part series of tutorials explains how the PureApplication System should be connected to the network, how its workloads can connect to the network, and alternative approaches to address connection variations.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
Network design for IBM PureApplication System, Part 1: Connecting the system to the data center network
Although largely self-contained, you still need to connect IBM PureApplication System to your data center network so that your external users can connect to, manage, and deploy workloads onto the system, as well as connect to those workloads and use applications running in the cloud. This three-part series of tutorials explains how the PureApplication System should be connected to the network, how its workloads can connect to the network, and alternative approaches to address connection variations.
Articles 28 Jan 2015
Faster forward video series: IBM API Management end-to-end, Part 3
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 created in Part 2, this demo shows how you can expose APIs to the public in ways that let you control access to them, and how you can leverage built-in analytics to see how your APIs are being used.
Demos 28 Jan 2015
Access Reporter for Series 7 (cer2)
Access Reporter is a utility that will audit the access permissions on all objects within the Upfront datastore as well as provide all user memberships within the Series 7 namespace. Cubes and PowerPlay reports can be built via the application as well.
Articles 27 Jan 2015
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: Access Reporter for Series 7
Access Reporter is a utility that will audit the access permissions on all objects within the Upfront datastore as well as provide all user memberships within the Series 7 namespace.
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Articles 27 Jan 2015
Access Reporter for Series 7 Version 3 (cer 4)
This article has been replaced by the 'Access Reporter for Series 7' article at http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/cognos/security/series7_accman/page518.html.
Articles 27 Jan 2015
Access Reporter for Series 7 Version 2 (cer3)
Access Reporter is a utility that will audit the access permissions on all objects within the Upfront datastore as well as provide all user memberships within the Series 7 namespace. Cubes and PowerPlay reports can be built via the application as well.
Articles 27 Jan 2015
Learn the workings of Git, not just the commands
When you come from using a classical source code repository like Concurrent Versions System (CVS) or Subversion (SVN), it can be difficult to understand the flexibility and the possibilities of Git. This article tries to explain the workings of Git and how it all fits together, so you don't have to try to remember the commands, but instead just know what to do because you understand it well.
Articles 27 Jan 2015
Understanding storage framework disk fencing in IBM PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1
This article introduces a new feature of IBM® PowerHA® SystemMirror® 7.1, the storage framework disk fencing, which can shut off disk write access from IBM AIX® Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) disk driver layer, and help to prevent data corruption of inadvertent disk access.
Articles 22 Jan 2015
Integrating FindBugs, CheckStyle and Cobertura with Rational Team Concert build system
This article discusses the integration of quality assurance tools FindBugs, CheckStyle and Cobertura with IBM Rational Team Concert. This integration reduces defect generation when compiling and building an application. It improves the code quality of the application while performing the day-to-day build job. This technique can be used cross-platform with products and applications built on Java technology.
Articles 22 Jan 2015
Creating Web UI administration scripts for IBM Integration Bus
This article shows you how to use a script to administer IBM Integration Bus V9 and WebSphere Message Broker V8 users who access broker resources through a web browser. The script simplifies and speeds web user administration by checking the administrative security on new installations, and providing options for creating, modifying, listing, and deleting both admin and non-admin users.
Articles 21 Jan 2015
Integrating IBM MobileFirst with Cast Iron connects mobile apps to the enterprise
The IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation mobile application framework provides integration functionality through its adapter mechanism. MobileFirst adapters are components that are deployed to the server on the MobileFirst platform to access enterprise services. They serve as a mediator or gateway between mobile applications and enterprise systems, receiving requests from mobile apps and returning to them the data fetched from the enterprise. IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud integration products enable you to integrate cloud and on-premise applications quickly, reduce integration costs, and optimize resources and productivity in software as a service (SaaS) and cloud models. This article illustrates an integration between IBM MobileFirst and Cast Iron.
Articles 20 Jan 2015
Streamline development efforts with scripts
Learn the main guidelines to build an automated development and testing framework using scripts.
Articles 20 Jan 2015
How to extend and customize Rational Team Concert for continuous integration
This article is a complete guide to creating a build participant plugin that optimizes continuous delivery processes for Jazz software. This plugin saved our build team at least 1 man day every 2 weeks and improved the reliability of deployments during code promotion.
Articles 20 Jan 2015
Using Storix
Recovering or building new machines running AIX is a straightforward process when you use Storix.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian  
Articles 16 Jan 2015
Bluemix is about choice and flexibility: Mix and match your private services with public services
Interested in learning about developing hybrid cloud apps, mixing both public and private cloud services? This video shows how easy it is to create apps using Bluemix services and Bluemix Dedicated -- a single-tenant Bluemix environment that is hosted in an isolated SoftLayer instance and managed by IBM.
Articles 15 Jan 2015
Deploying a WebSphere Cast Iron Integration Appliance pattern on IBM PureApplication System
Learn how to deploy WebSphere Cast Iron Appliance as a software pattern on PureApplication System. Instead of setting up the Cast Iron hardware appliance, you can upload a hypervisor image to PureApplication System to instantiate a pattern of the Cast Iron virtual image. You can then use this virtual image to integrate with other existing software components that are on-premise or in the cloud.
Articles 14 Jan 2015
Build Bluemix applications for WebSphere Commerce
Create your own widget ecosystem on IBM Bluemix. This article focuses on building Bluemix widgets, the developers creating them, and how they can deliver new tools to line-of-business users. It briefly describes the dynamism between experience creators and experience composers. Both Bluemix and WebSphere Commerce have ecosystems of apps being developed daily. This article describes the beginning of an ecosystem merge, benefiting both your experience composers and your experience creators.
Articles 12 Jan 2015
JTOpen jdbcClient – simplifies Java SQL development
JTOpen jdbcClient provides a convenient and quick access to JDBC supported databases for application developers. Allowing easy access to databases using a variety of JDBC drivers, a developer can quickly and easily run SQL statements. Using the prepared statements and Java reflection, this client allows developers to easily use the advanced JDBC features without writing any Java™ code. It is the perfect tool for developers who want to easily use JDBC without the expense of creating and compiling a JDBC program.
Articles 08 Jan 2015
Developing C/C++ cross-compiled applications for Linux on Power systems
This article explains how to use the integrated environment provided by the IBM SDK for Linux on Power for developing cross-compiled applications for IBM Power servers using IBM Advance Toolchain and QEMU usermode. The SDK is a free, Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE), which integrates C/C++ source development with the Advance Toolchain, Post-Link Optimization, and classic Linux performance analysis tools, including Oprofile, Perf, and Valgrind.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 07 Jan 2015
Configuring the IBM Integration Bus web user interface with HTTPS
The IBM Integration Bus web user interface (hereafter called the web UI) enables web users to access broker resources through an HTTP or HTTPS client, and gives broker administrators an alternative to IBM Integration Bus Explorer and MQSC commands for administering broker resources. This tutorial shows you how to configure the web UI with HTTPS on IBM Integration Bus V9.
Articles 07 Jan 2015
varyonvg and varyoffvg scripts
This article covers two scripts that can vary on and vary off one or more volume groups (VGs). It also covers troubleshooting problems when unmount, varyonvg and varyoffvg commands fail.
Articles 06 Jan 2015
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: Working with Blob Files and IBM Cognos TM1
This document outlines the blob files in Cognos TM1 which uses Architect, Performance Modeler, TM1 Web Cube Viewer and TM1 Application Server to create, manage and store blobs.
Articles 02 Jan 2015
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: Resetting All Persisted Views for an IBM Cognos TM1 Application
This document will provide tips on re-oriented cube views and charting options across various IBM Cognos TM1 applications.
Articles 02 Jan 2015
Compare the distributed DB2 10.5 database servers
In a side-by-side comparison table, the authors make it easy to understand the basic licensing rules, functions, and feature differences among the members of the distributed DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows server family as of June 14, 2013.
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Articles 01 Jan 2015
Moving IP address from one Ethernet to another
There will be times when you have to move an Ethernet IP address to another Ethernet. The first Ethernet may have gone bad and you have to move its IP address to another or may be you are moving from 1 GB Ethernet to a new 10 GB Ethernet. Whatever the reason is, this article provides you the steps to move the IP address from one Ethernet to another. My intention in this article is to make you aware that not only do you have to move the IP address to the new Ethernet but you also have to move all the routes as well. If the routes are missing on the new Ethernet you could run into problems and you may not know what the routes used to be so you can add them. I will show you how to create all the routes on the new Ethernet.
Articles 24 Dec 2014
Achieving Always On: Introducing changes without breaking the availability promise
Non-disruptive change is not the absence of change, but the introduction of change without an interruption of service. This article explores the imperatives and challenges associated with non-disruptive change and provides a definition and framework for making non-disruptive change a reality in today's Always On world.
Articles 23 Dec 2014
FAQs when installing the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition
These six questions are commonly asked of our support staff. We hope the answers address your questions when installing and getting started with the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 19 Dec 2014
IBM Datacap 9.0 DDK custom actions
Actions are the building blocks of an IBM Datacap application. Here you can find the information to create your own actions to be used within an IBM Datacap application. When you cannot do an application function by using standard actions, you can write custom actions to fulfill your processing needs.
Articles 18 Dec 2014
IBM Datacap 9.0 DDK Datacap Desktop Custom Panels
User interaction with IBM Datacap can occur when physically scanning pages or when reviewing problems found while processing pages. Here, you can find the information to create your own panels to be used within an IBM Datacap application. Custom panels present alternative layouts and manipulation of fields and data.
Articles 18 Dec 2014
IBM Datacap 9.0 DDK sample applications
The DDK contains additional IBM Datacap 9.0 sample applications. These samples show various ways to capture and validate documents, providing examples of application structure and use of various actions that may be useful in your applications.
Articles 18 Dec 2014
Creating a JBoss Application Server pattern on IBM PureApplication System: Part 1: Using the Extend and Capture feature
This two-part tutorial series shows you how to create a software pattern on IBM PureApplication System using non-IBM software such as JBoss Application Server. Part 1 shows you how to create the pattern using the PureApplication System Extend and Capture feature.
Articles 17 Dec 2014
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.
Also available in: Russian   Portuguese  
Articles 16 Dec 2014
Breaking environment limitations with integration testing
Rapid integration testing is a key to delivering frequent, high quality software. But, environment availability is often a limiting factor. This article reviews several strategies to improve environment availability as well as when to use each strategy.
Articles 16 Dec 2014
Tuning guidelines and principles to enhance database performance in WebSphere Commerce
You can modify the default WebSphere Commerce data model to maintain optimal system performance during periods of high user connectivity, such as peak shopping events. A heavy workload, simulating a peak shopping event on the original data model, is run and analyzed. Based on that analysis, the data model is reconfigured to optimize database and application performance.
Articles 16 Dec 2014
Targeting your applications – what little endian and big endian IBM XL Fortran compiler differences mean to you
The IBM® POWER8™ platform supports operating systems that use big endian or little endian byte ordering. Migrating programs written for a big endian operating system to a little endian operating system may require code changes to maintain program behaviour or results. There are differences that need to be considered with regards to vectors, storage association between items of different sizes, 16-byte reals, complex numbers, and unformatted data files. The application binary interface (ABI) implemented in IBM XL Fortran for little endian Linux on Power Systems is different than the ABI implemented in the big endian distributions. New options and intrinsic procedures have been added to help with porting. This article describes these differences, new options, and intrinsic procedures and makes suggestions about code changes to port code to IBM XL Fortran on POWER8.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 12 Dec 2014
Targeting your applications - what little endian and big endian IBM XL C/C++ compiler differences mean to you
The IBM® POWER8™ platform supports operating systems that use big endian or little endian byte ordering. Migrating programs written for a big endian operating system to a little endian operating system may require code changes to maintain program behaviour or results. There are differences that need to be considered with regards to vectors, storage association between items of different sizes, long doubles, complex numbers, and serialization. The application binary interface (ABI) implemented in IBM XL C/C++ for little endian Linux on Power Systems is different than the ABI implemented in the big endian distributions. New options and built-in functions have been added to help with porting. This article describes these differences, new options, and built-in functions and makes suggestions about code changes to port code to IBM XL C/C++ on POWER8.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 12 Dec 2014
Automating a process application with the IBM Business Process Manager Testing Asset
Learn how to automate a process in IBM Business Process Manager with the IBM Business Process Manager Testing Asset, an extension built by IBM Software Services for WebSphere.
Articles 10 Dec 2014
IBM Business Process Manager testing methodology, Part 1: General testing guidelines
This tutorial is part 1 of IBM Business Process Manager Testing Methodology series. It describes the necessity of IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) project testing, general testing guidelines and when to test in the IBM BPM project lifecycle. This tutorial shares good practices of IBM BPM project development and helps you get the big picture of quality assurance for business process applications. This series of tutorials describes test methodology for IBM BPM projects. Part 1 describes the necessity of IBM BPM project testing, general testing guidelines, and when to test in the IBM BPM project lifecycle. Part 2 describes details of various testing that should be included in IBM BPM project tests and specific information for environments. Part 3 discusses good testing practices, automation, and testing tools in IBM BPM.
Articles 10 Dec 2014
IBM Business Process Manager testing methodology, Part 2: Environments and detailed testing
This tutorial is part 2 of IBM Business Process Manager Testing Methodology series. It describes details of various testing that should be included in IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) project tests and specific information for environments.
Articles 10 Dec 2014
IBM Business Process Manager testing methodology, Part 3: Good practices
This tutorial, part 3 of the IBM Business Process Manager Testing Methodology series. It describes good testing practices, including how to make IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) applications testable, how to conduct IBM BPM automation testing, and what testing tools that can be leveraged in IBM BPM projects. Part 1 and Part 2 of the series discussed the overall testing guidelines, the IBM BPM test lifecycle, and detailed test methods.
Articles 10 Dec 2014
Cryptography operations in IBM Integration Bus
This tutorial shows you how to use the Crypto node plug-in in IBM Integration Bus to perform asymmetric cryptography operations.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 10 Dec 2014
IBM Business Analytics Proven Practices: IBM Cognos 10 Audit Extension
A IBM Cognos 10 SDK application that provides additional auditing, including Role Auditing, for IBM Cognos 10 BI. The version of the application is 1.1.03 and it will work with IBM Cognos 10 BI versions 10.1 and up.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Articles 09 Dec 2014
Discover and use real-world terminology with IBM Watson Content Analytics
Use linguistic analysis in IBM Watson Content Analytics (WCA) to explore domain-specific terminology, and build domain dictionaries that reflect users' "real-life" vocabulary preferences. Use these dictionaries in WCA Studio to build concept annotators.
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Articles 04 Dec 2014
5 minutes of smart: Use source control to manage change
Using source control, developers can more easily manage source code, documents, and other artifacts that a software development team creates. By using an automated tool -- in this case, the agile project management Rational Team Concert -- you make it easier to manage these change in a development project.
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Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM Cognos Proven Practices - System Management Methodology for IBM Cognos 10: Overview
This is part of a group of documents and examples commonly referred to as the System Management Methodology (SMM). The SMM provides information and techniques as examples of how an administrator uses the standard features of IBM Cognos Administration along with IBM Cognos Business Intelligence functionality in order to increase their own productivity and pro-actively manage IBM Cognos BI applications, users, and servers.
Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM Cognos Proven Practices - System Management Methodology for IBM Cognos 10: Installation
This is part of a group of documents and examples commonly referred to as the System Management Methodology (SMM). The SMM provides information and techniques as examples of how an administrator uses the standard features of IBM Cognos Administration along with IBM Cognos Business Intelligence functionality in order to increase their own productivity and pro-actively manage IBM Cognos BI applications, users, and servers.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM Cognos Proven Practices - System Management Methodology for IBM Cognos 10: System Metrics
This is part of a group of documents and examples commonly referred to as the System Management Methodology (SMM). The SMM provides information and techniques as examples of how an administrator uses the standard features of IBM Cognos Administration along with IBM Cognos Business Intelligence functionality in order to increase their own productivity and pro-actively manage IBM Cognos BI applications, users, and servers.
Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM Cognos Proven Practices - System Management Methodology for IBM Cognos 10: Setting Thresholds
This is part of a group of documents and examples commonly referred to as the System Management Methodology (SMM). The SMM provides information and techniques as examples of how an administrator uses the standard features of IBM Cognos Administration along with IBM Cognos Business Intelligence functionality in order to increase their own productivity and pro-actively manage IBM Cognos BI applications, users, and servers.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM Cognos Proven Practices - System Management Methodology for IBM Cognos 10: Loading Metrics with IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator
This is part of a group of documents and examples commonly referred to as the System Management Methodology (SMM). The SMM provides information and techniques as examples of how an administrator uses the standard features of IBM Cognos Administration along with IBM Cognos Business Intelligence functionality in order to increase their own productivity and pro-actively manage IBM Cognos BI applications, users, and servers.
Articles 03 Dec 2014
What's new for virtual system patterns in Pure Application System 2.0
IBM PureApplication System 2.0 introduces a new style of virtual system patterns with many enhancements and improved lifecycle management functionality. This tutorial gives you the details.
Articles 03 Dec 2014
IBM XIV mirroring with IBM PowerHA SystemMirror using XCLI commands
This article explains the steps to configure IBM® XIV® Storage System mirroring and IBM PowerHA® SystemMirror® to monitor and manage the XIV disks using XCLI commands. In case of a disaster scenario such as fire, earthquake, and so on, the configured XIV resources can be moved from the disaster location to some other backup location thereby minimizing the loss of data and business application's downtime.
Articles 02 Dec 2014
Maven integration for portlet projects with IBM Rational Application Developer: Part 2. EAR deployment
In part 2 of this article series you will learn an advanced usecase on portlet deployment (as an EAR) using an IBM deployment plugin.
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Articles 02 Dec 2014
5 minutes of smart: Manage change with work items
Developers can learn how to become change and configuration management experts by understanding how work items function. By using an automated tool -- in this case, the agile project management Rational Team Concert -- you make it easier to manage change in a software development project.
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Articles 02 Dec 2014
5 minutes of smart: Explore the test management process
Developers can learn how to become software test management experts by understanding how the testing effort process works in a software development project. By using an automated tool -- in this case, Rational Quality Manager -- you make it easier to plan, develop, and manage testing in a software development project.
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Articles 02 Dec 2014
5 minutes of smart: Explore the testing process
Developers can learn how to become software testing experts by understanding how the testing effort process works in a software development project. By using an automated tool -- in this case, Rational Quality Manager -- you make it easier to plan, develop, and manage testing in a software development project.
Articles 02 Dec 2014
How to share DoDAF2 data with Rational System Architect
Sharing enterprise architecture data across modeling tools, databases and analysis tools can be accomplished using spreadsheets. This is especially true for DoDAF2 data where spreadsheets, like the SV-06 System Resource Flow matrix and OV-03 Operational Resource Flow matrix, are both universally used and well defined. Recent changes to the DoDAF2 implementation in Rational System Architect make importing data from spreadsheets easy to do and sufficient to generate DoDAF2 diagrams, matrices and reports. While this tutorial uses examples based on importing SV-06 System Resource Flow matrix data into Rational System Architect’s DoDAF2, this technique can be used to import other spreadsheets into DoDAF2 and into other frameworks.
Articles 02 Dec 2014
Performance basics for row and column access control
IBM DB2 for i version 7.2 has the new database security capability, row and column access control (RCAC). RCAC provides the capability to control data access to the record and column level. Specified through SQL statements, though it controls all access to the enabled tables, performance is a consideration when using RCAC. This article discusses the basic factors of RCAC performance and provides examples of the performance effects on OLTP workloads.
Articles 27 Nov 2014
Deploying IBM Integration Bus as a PureApplication service on SoftLayer
This tutorial shows you how to deploy the basic IBM Integration Bus Pattern using PureApplication Service on SoftLayer. Patterns automate and simplify the provisioning, monitoring, and maintenance of workloads, enabling you to focus on your applications, and move from off-premise to on-premise when you are ready.
Articles 26 Nov 2014
Get started with the Data Format Description Language
In this age of big data, the bulk of the data begging to be analyzed is not XML, but rather it is other structured and semi-structured formats, both text and binary. Until now, no open standard has been developed that is capable of describing a wide variety of such data formats. Learn about the Open Grid Forum (OGF) proposed recommendation for a powerful language that describes many different data formats, the Data Format Description Language (DFDL).
Articles 25 Nov 2014
IBM GPFS cluster installation and configuration in IBM AIX
This article is intended for IBM® AIX® system administrators, file system developers and testers for installing and configuring the IBM General Parallel File System (IBM GPFS™) high availability cluster node for environments such as AIX clusters, Linux® clusters, Microsoft® Windows® Server, or heterogeneous cluster for AIX, Linux, and Windows nodes.
Articles 25 Nov 2014
Using the IBM InfoSphere Guardium REST API
Organizations that use InfoSphere Guardium for data security and compliance can take advantage of a rich set of APIs to automate processes and maintain the system in a more efficient manner. As of InfoSphere Guardium 9.1, the Guardium API is exposed to external systems as online RESTful web services, which provide organizations with a modern interface to expose Guardium capabilities in a Web portal or via the Cloud.
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Articles 24 Nov 2014
IBM XL compiler hardware transactional memory built-in functions for IBM AIX on IBM POWER8 processor-based systems
Transactional memory is a hot topic in parallel programming and many software implementations have been developed, but solutions based on hardware transactional memory have superior performance. IBM is leading the way with its implementations of transactional memory on its hardware platform, first on IBM Blue Gene and IBM z/OS, then recently with IBM AIX support of hardware transactional memory on the POWER8 platform. This article introduces the IBM XL compiler hardware transactional memory built-in functions, including its installation and configuration with examples using XL C++ and XL Fortran.
Articles 18 Nov 2014
Integrating BPMN and SoaML: Part 3. Mapping BPMN and SoaML
BPMN and SoaML are two recent standards adopted by OMG. There is significant overlap between these standards, with each providing a particular emphasis on service and process modeling. This article looks at how to uses their unique features together.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Integrating BPMN and SoaML: Part 2. Concepts that guide integration
This article, part 2 of a 3 part series, explores the concepts that guide the integration of BPMN and SoaML. The concepts include how each language approaches encapsulation, contracts (or interfaces), structure and behavior.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Continuous innovation through continuous engineering
In current product development processes, various methodologies and supporting software suites are used for system level analysis and multi-physics simulation analysis. These are two critical parts of a continuous engineering methodology that have been carried out in silos by separate teams with minimal interaction. This article explores whether they should be connected or not.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Create and deploy Web Application Bridge filters in IBM Rational Application Developer
One of the latest features of IBM Rational Application Developer V9.1 is the ability to create and deploy Web Application Bridge (WAB) filters based on a predefined template. This article shows the tooling capabilities available to create and deploy WAB filters. It includes an example to show how to use WAB filters created in IBM Rational Application Developer.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Why so slow? IBM Bluemix is the express lane for mobile app development
IBM Bluemix combines services, APIs, and infrastructure that let you build powerful mobile system engagement applications in an extremely reduced timeframe. This video describes how that's possible.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Is your mobile app slow? A resource hog?
This article demonstrates how to use the new features in IBM Rational Test Workbench v8.6 to perform two important aspects of performance testing on mobile apps: Response time measurements (Android only, as of v8.6 release) and Resource monitoring (Android and iOS).
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Document serving: A simple secured solution
This article describes how document serving can be incorporated into the digital presence in a secure manner. There are certain digital documents that need to be stored in a secure location so that they cannot be easily hacked. However, authorized people still must be allowed to access the documents globally over the internet. A simple way to achieve this goal is presented, although there can be many other efficient solutions.
Articles 17 Nov 2014
Updating Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) to a higher level using an alternate disk
This article describes how to update Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) to a higher level using an alternate disk. This is an intermediate-level article and is targeted for system administrators. This overview of VIOS update process can prepare system administrators for what needs to be done and what to expect so that the update can be as quick and as easy as possible.
Articles 13 Nov 2014

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