|IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager로 오픈 소스 샌드박스 빌드: Part 1, 소프트웨어 배치
회사에서 어떻게 IT 자원에 너무 많은 비용을 지출하지 않고 신기술을 실험할 수 있을까요? 그 해답은 테스트와 평가를 위해 서로 다른 애플리케이션들을 작은 규모로 파일럿 배치할 수 있게 해주는 오픈 소스 샌드박스입니다. 2편 시리즈 기사 중 첫 번째인 본 기사에서는, 오픈 소스 도구와 IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager를 사용하여 애플리케이션의 파일럿 배치를 테스트하기 위한 샌드박스를 생성할 수 있는 방법을 설명할 것입니다. 이전에 샌드박스 관련 경험이 없어도 상관없습니다.
|Articles||14 Dec 2010|
|Using the LDAP wrapper with InfoSphere Federation Server
The LDAP wrapper is a pure Java package that is based on InfoSphere Federation Server Java wrapper SDK technology. By providing read-only access to LDAP directory servers in an SQL environment, the LDAP wrapper facilitates the integration and connectivity between business data in a relational database and human resource data in the LDAP directory server.
|Tutorial||23 Sep 2010|
|Software as a service: Usage based metering and billing for multi-tenant Web service resources using IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager
This demo explores how a SaaS service provider can meter and bill usage of multi-tenant Web services and related resources like databases, portals and LDAP directory server, by users belonging to multiple tenants. A scenario is shown where IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager (ITUAM) and a Java Management eXtension (JMX) based usage logging component is used to meter the usage of Web services and its resources. IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager job files and report server is used to generate billing invoices, usage metrics, and graphs for tenants.
|Demos||12 Sep 2008|
|Build a custom static parser plugin for LTA-JD
The huge amount of data to analyze after system failures poses the initial difficulty in problem determination -- this is especially true when the failures are related to concurrent usage and stress. The Log Trace Analyzer for Java Desktop (LTA-JD) is a powerful tool for problem determination and analysis once the text logs are properly extracted as Common Base Events. But what's the easiest way to extract, say, Java Virtual Machine (JVM) logs from the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) so they can be used by the LTA-JD? This article introduces the design of a custom static parser as a plugin for LTA-JD to construct a meaningful, common language from the plain text WebSphere Application Server JVM logs.
|Articles||17 Jul 2007|
|Designing manageable resources with Apache Muse
Learn to design and develop a system with multiple manageable resources without resorting to lots of cut-and-paste hacks. With the help of WSDLMerge, an overlooked tool in the Apache Muse project arsenal, you can discover best practices for creating manageability interfaces that are optimized for reuse.
Also available in: Japanese
|Tutorial||19 Jun 2007|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 7: Better IT management
The IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE) facilitates a model-driven approach to touchpoint development, which is a useful, factory-style, wizard-assisted pattern for producing generic touchpoints. However, at some point in the AIDE-driven workflow, the touchpoint must be made specific to a given application. You can do this either at the model design stage or manually through hard-coding. In this tutorial -- the seventh in the series -- discover techniques for creating both generic and specific touchpoints, and learn how to produce touchpoints that have the right mixture for a given management application.
|Tutorial||19 Dec 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 6: Build an autonomic computing system
This tutorial -- the sixth in the series -- introduces two key elements of the IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE): Apache Tomcat and Axis. Discover tooling-related gaps that the AIDE online help doesn't cover so that you can become more comfortable with the way the toolkit uses the standard open source components.
|Tutorial||14 Nov 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 5: Build an autonomic computing system
This tutorial -- the fifth in the series -- illustrates the management of Apache Derby databases using touchpoint technology. Learn how to use a touchpoint that contains a working instance of Derby, and work through a management interface to a Derby database instance as a Web service-based managed object. You interact with this touchpoint using the Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE) resource browser and a Derby Java client program.
|Tutorial||05 Sep 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 4: Touchpoint notifications and a simple manager
This tutorial, the fourth in the series, describes how to create a touchpoint that maps instrumented notifications into their touchpoint equivalent. The previous tutorial in this series described how to implement simple GET and SET operations in the touchpoint. This tutorial completes the picture by adding notification handling and paves the way for more complete interaction between your touchpoints and the underlying managed resources. You also learn how to programmatically manipulate a set of touchpoints which lays the foundation for creating a simple autonomic manager.
|Tutorial||18 Jul 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 3: Touchpoint and managed resource integration
This tutorial, the third in a series on the IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE), describes a basic touchpoint interface for a managed resource. Discover how Eclipse supports the workflows for such development with TODO items and learn how to provide a touchpoint-based platform for arbitrary managed resource management -- a topic that has dogged the telecom and enterprise management arenas for decades.
|Tutorial||27 Jun 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 2: Build a real-world touchpoint
This tutorial -- the second in series on AIDE -- moves beyond the basics of building touchpoints using the IBM AIDE toolkit and covers the use of events and IT management technologies (specifically the Java Management Extensions) and demonstrates how to connect external value-added Java tools to autonomic computing touchpoints. I'll focus on how to tackle the problem of linking autonomic computing touchpoints with external JMX-instrumented software.
|Tutorial||23 May 2006|
|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 1: Building a touchpoint
This tutorial, the first in a series on the IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE), shows how you can get up and running quickly with the IBM AIDE toolkit. Discover touchpoint creation, modification, and deployment and learn about the internals of the touchpoint in relation to the underlying model.
|Tutorial||18 Apr 2006|