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Monitoring your business applications, Part 2: Products offering basic integration with IBM Business Monitor
IBM Business Monitor dashboards provide insight into the performance of your business based on events sent from your applications. In Part 1, you learned which IBM products offer out-of-the-box business event emission instrumentation. In Part 2, you'll learn which products offer basic integration and how to manually modify them to enable you to monitor events using IBM Business Monitor.
Articles 04 Feb 2016
Monitoring your business applications, Part 1: Products offering first-class integration with IBM Business Monitor
IBM Business Monitor dashboards provide insight into the performance of your business based on events sent from your applications. In this series, you'll learn which IBM products offer out-of-the-box business event emission instrumentation, as well as how you can programmatically instrument your applications to emit custom business events.
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Articles 04 Feb 2016
Monitoring your business applications, Part 3: Enable programmatic event emission to IBM Business Monitor
IBM Business Monitor provides dashboards that offer insight into the performance of your business based on events sent from your applications. Part 3 explains how to programmatically instrument your applications to emit business events.
Articles 04 Feb 2016
Microservices, SOA, and APIs: Friends or enemies?
Comparing a microservices architecture and service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a sensitive topic and often cause for a swift source of disagreement. This article examines where these controversies stem from and considers how best to resolve them. It then looks forward to see how these concepts are combining with those of API management to enable more agile, decentralized, and resilient enterprise architectures.
Articles 21 Jan 2016
Send and receive SOAP messages with large attachments in IBM Integration Bus
This tutorial explains how to send and receive SOAP messages with large attachments in IBM Integration Bus by using the HTTPRequest node. It describes the built-in size limits of the various data types in IBM Integration Bus. It also highlights several approaches to maximize the size of data that can be successfully processed and shows an example of these techniques. In the example, a message flow sends and receives SOAP requests that have large attachments by using the Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) and the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) parser. You can reuse the code snippets that are provided in your own integration projects.
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Tutorial 08 Jan 2016
Integrate IBM Integration Bus with IBM SPSS Scoring Service over JMS
This tutorial explains how to configure IBM Integration Bus and IBM SPSS Collaboration and Deployment Services to enable integration with SPSS Scoring Service. This integration is based on using SOAP over Java Message Service (JMS). To demonstrate this asynchronous integration, this tutorial also describes IBM Integration Bus flows. With asynchronous integration, you can improve performance and add parallel processing capabilities to integration flows.
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Tutorial 04 Jan 2016
Beam my apps up to IBM WebSphere on Cloud
IBM WebSphere on Cloud helps clients to balance new and existing resources to create new applications and APIs, enhance existing Java applications, and optimize everything. And, with developerWorks Premium and InterConnect 2016, you have the resources you need to help transport your starship to WebSphere on Cloud.
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Articles 22 Dec 2015
Automate project deployment using the Management API for WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud integration
This article describes how to automate your project deployment by using the WebSphere Cast Iron Management API. This automation allows you to manage and monitor your Cast Iron appliances and orchestrations that go beyond what the Web management console and command line interfaces can provide.
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Articles 16 Dec 2015
Troubleshooting WebSphere Commerce performance bottlenecks
The WebSphere Commerce Performance Measurement Tool (PMT), which is introduced in IBM WebSphere Commerce Version 7 Fix Pack 9, enables developers and WebSphere Commerce administrators to quickly identify and troubleshoot WebSphere Commerce performance problems. The provided case study demonstrates the tool's efficiency in fixing WebSphere Commerce performance issues.
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Articles 10 Dec 2015
Embed reference data in IBM ODM decision service implementations
Make reference data available to business rules at run time by embedding the data with the artifacts that are deployed to the Rule Execution Server in IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM). Learn example approaches that are useful when the Rule Execution Server cannot access an external data service, for example in an IBM ODM on Cloud environment.
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Articles 09 Dec 2015
REST management interface and IBM DataPower Gateway: Part 3: File and directory management
This tutorial series explains how to use the REST management interface to manage and monitor the configuration of IBM DataPower Gateway appliances. It describes the functions, structure, and capabilities of the REST management interface, as implemented in firmware release 7.2.0.0. In the first two parts, you learned about the basic concepts of the REST management interface and how to use it to monitor status and manage appliance configurations. In Part 3, you learn how to manage files and directories by using the REST management interface.
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Tutorial 07 Dec 2015
REST management interface and IBM DataPower Gateway: Part 4: Triggering appliance operations
This tutorial series explains how to use the REST management interface to manage and monitor the configuration of IBM DataPower Gateway appliances. It describes the functions, structure, and capabilities of the REST management interface, as implemented in firmware release 7.2.0.0. In the first three parts, you learned about the basic concepts of the REST management interface and how to use it to retrieve status provider information. You also learned how to manage appliance configurations and how to manage files and directories. In Part 4, you learn how to trigger operations on the appliance.
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Tutorial 07 Dec 2015
REST management interface and IBM DataPower Gateway: Part 2: Configuration management
This tutorial series explains how to use the REST management interface to manage and monitor the configuration of IBM DataPower Gateway appliances. It describes the functions, structure, and capabilities of the REST management interface, as implemented in firmware release 7.2.0.0. This series also includes examples of common use cases with associated request and response payloads. In Part 1, you learned the basic concepts of the REST management interface and status monitoring. In Part 2, you learn how to manage appliance configurations by using the REST management interface.
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Tutorial 07 Dec 2015
REST management interface and IBM DataPower Gateway: Part 1: Introduction to the REST management interface and status monitoring
The REST management interface, a new interface to the IBM DataPower Gateway Appliance, is intuitive to learn and easy to navigate. It helps DataPower developers achieve a faster workflow through its modern API and descriptive error messages. This tutorial series explains how to use the REST management interface to manage and monitor the configuration of DataPower Gateway appliances. It describes the functions, structure, and capabilities of the REST management interface, as implemented in firmware release 7.2.0.0. This series also includes examples of common use cases with associated request and response payloads. In Part 1, you learn the basic concepts of the REST management interface and status monitoring.
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Tutorial 07 Dec 2015
Best of API tutorials for WebSphere in 2015
APIs are the digital glue that links services, applications and systems. They will drive digital transformation, innovation and new opportunities of the future. As we start to look ahead to 2016, let’s first look back to the best tutorials this past year about APIs for IBM WebSphere.
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Tutorial 25 Nov 2015
Create a Bluemix Cloud Integration service from a WebSphere Cast Iron orchestration
Create a Cloud Integration service in IBM Bluemix from IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Live orchestrations. By following the steps in this tutorial, you can expose a Cast Iron orchestration as a REST service in Cast Iron Live that can be accessed over a REST URL. You can also create a REST API that can be used in applications to quickly integrate with Cast Iron orchestrations.
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Tutorial 18 Nov 2015
Configuring custom LDAP repositories in Virtual Member Manager
When it comes to working with custom LDAP repositories in Virtual Member Manager (VMM), a part of IBM WebSphere Application Server, you now have greater flexibility. The expanded functions in VMM mean you can configure all V3-compliant LDAP repositories—both default and non-default—as custom repositories. As described in this tutorial, you can choose from two methods to configure the custom LDAP repositories: the administrative console or the wsadmin command line interface.
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Tutorial 09 Nov 2015
Integrate IBM MQ with your IBM Business Process Manager processes
Learn the various approaches to send and receive messages from a business process through IBM® MQ, communicating with back-end systems. Walk through examples with sample code to see the steps that are required to integrate IBM MQ V8.x with IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) V8.5.x. Gain an understanding of fundamental approaches to use IBM MQ to exchange data with other systems from IBM BPM processes.
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Articles 07 Oct 2015
Examining IT as a process
The idea of automating IT operations is not a new one, and in fact has long been a desired objective for streamlining notoriously repetitive tasks and avoiding frustrating, inefficient rework. It has also been a challenging objective to achieve - that is, until you apply the revolutionary thought that IT is largely a definable process for getting work done. And as the leader in smarter process solutions, IBM has some experience in surfacing and automating manageable processes for the highest impact. This article breaks it all down for IT leaders looking for the best and most strategic way to automate their operations centers.
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Articles 05 Oct 2015
Working with the HTTP connector in WebSphere Cast Iron, Part 1: Configuring a secure authentication in Cast Iron Studio and Appliance
IBM WebSphere Cast Iron supports SSL authentication. Part 1 of this 2-part tutorial series describes how to configure the HTTP connector in WebSphere Cast Iron Studio for secure SSL communication. This tutorial covers how to generate and import certificates in Cast Iron Studio and Cast Iron Appliance.
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Articles 30 Sep 2015
Top 5 editor's picks for IBM Business Monitor
Here are the top 5 editor's picks of IBM Business Monitor content that is published on developerWorks. I selected content that helps you to get Business Monitor up and running on a recent version, to use dashboards, and to understand options for integrating with IBM Business Process Manager.
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Articles 27 Aug 2015
Manage IBM CICS systems on the go: Prototype for IBM MobileFirst applications
Learn how to create and implement a mobile solution prototype for IBM CICS systems management. By creating this prototype, you can improve the usability of CICS system management functions and incorporate them with your IBM MobileFirst applications. For example, you can monitor CICS resource usage remotely on your mobile devices wherever and whenever you need. In this prototype, the CICS storage status is displayed graphically on a mobile device for monitoring. This solution entails using a RESTful API, XSLT, and JSON technologies on CICS Transaction Server and IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation.
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Articles 06 Aug 2015
Dynamic authentication for connectors in WebSphere Cast Iron, Part 2: Authenticating JDE, Salesforce.com, and Force.com Bulk API connectors dynamically
Part 2 of this two-part series describes how connectors such as JD Edwards, Salesforce.com, and Force.com Bulk API are authenticated dynamically in IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Studio. This tutorial shows how to dynamically pass the connection parameters, connection pool options, and proxy parameters, without the need of stopping the project in the Appliance. This method allows you connect to different endpoints or change endpoint configurations during runtime without stopping the orchestration.
Articles 22 Jul 2015
Developing a high performance API for IBM Cognos integration using WebSphere DynaCache
Performance is a key measurement for an API, especially when the API is integrated with services that may not respond quickly. One example of such a service is a complex IBM Cognos Business Intelligence (BI) report. This tutorial describes a solution for a RESTful API design that uses WebSphere DynaCache to help improve response times for performance sensitive API clients, such as a user interface. The tutorial also discusses a few critical factors to effectively build APIs with performance in mind, such as cache key configuration and invalidation rules.
Articles 09 Jul 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.
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Articles 25 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.
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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
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Articles 16 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.
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Articles 01 Jun 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.
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Articles 27 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
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
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.
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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.
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Articles 13 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 10: Customization scenario for additional extension points
The final part of this multi-part series describes how you can use extension points for fine-grained control of WebSphere DataPower's native OAuth support.
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Articles 06 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 9: Customization scenario for scope and identity support
Part 9 of this multi-part series describes how you can customize WebSphere DataPower's native OAuth scope and identity support.
Articles 06 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 4: Grant type scenario for resource owner password credentials
Part 4 of this multi-part series describes WebSphere DataPower Appliance support for the OAuth 2.0 resource owner password credential grant type. It covers configuration for both the authorization server and the resource server.
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Articles 01 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 6: Grant type scenario for authorization codes
Part 6 of this multi-part series describes WebSphere DataPower Appliance support for the OAuth 2.0 authorization code grant type. It covers configuration for both the authorization server and the enforcement point.
Articles 01 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 5: Grant type scenario for client credentials
Part 5 of this multi-part series describes WebSphere DataPower Appliance support for the OAuth 2.0 client credential grant type. It covers configuration of both the authorization server and the enforcement point.
Articles 01 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 1: Introducing OAuth 2.0 support in DataPower
This article is the first in a multi-part series of articles describing OAuth support on WebSphere DataPower Appliances. Part 1 starts with an overview of OAuth and then describes DataPower support for OAuth roles. The rest of the article series will go into detail on several aspects of OAuth and DataPower usage and configuration.
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Articles 01 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 3: Form login policies and the role of AAA
Part 3 of this multi-part article series discusses DataPower AAA policies, form login policies, and their role in supporting the OAuth 2.0 protocol. Since the form login policy provides value beyond its OAuth role, a form-based authentication service proxy is implemented with a multi-protocol gateway to demonstrate how the AAA policies and form login polices work together. As mentioned in Part 2, the WTS wizard is employed in a form-based OAuth scenario to demonstrate the automation of many of the manual MPGW steps.
Articles 01 May 2015
Implementing OAuth on IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances, Part 2: Introducing the Web Token Service
Part 2 of this multi-part article series provides an introduction to the WebSphere DataPower Web Token Service (WTS). The WTS is an authentication and token mediation service used to implement the authorization server role within an OAuth scenario. We’ll demonstrate how to configure and debug a WTS. We’ll also provide an introduction to the forms-based login policy that can be used within Authentication, Authorization, and Auditing (AAA) policies associated with the WTS to produce login and associated forms.
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Articles 01 May 2015
Integrating WebSphere Portal and Commerce via REST Services
Demonstrating example business-to-customer scenarios, you can learn how to use WebSphere Commerce REST services to integrate WebSphere Portal and WebSphere Commerce.
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Articles 30 Apr 2015
Enabling license scanning with IBM Endpoint Manager and IBM PureApplication Software on Microsoft Azure
In IBM PureApplication Software on Microsoft Azure, administrators are responsible for tracking and reporting the use of IBM licensed products installed on deployed virtual machines. This tutorial shows you how to set up the software to collect this information
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Articles 29 Apr 2015
Pull into the Bluemix Garage
The IBM Bluemix Garage is exactly that: a garage environment that fosters unbridled innovation between startups and enterprises, with IBM Bluemix as the centerpiece that makes it all possible.
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Articles 16 Apr 2015
The WebSphere Contrarian: Are you getting the most out of virtualization?
Much has happened in the area of virtualization since the topic was first discussed in this column, so this is a good time to revisit (or re-introduce) virtualization and all its flavors to help you determine which type of virtualization could benefit your organization the most, and how to make it the most effective.
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Articles 16 Apr 2015
Using IBM PureApplication script packages and Microsoft Azure storage to install and configure software
Manually installing software on deployed virtual machines is time consuming. Using IBM PureApplication script packages can enable automated installations and eliminate manual errors. Combining the power of script packages with the speed of Microsoft Azure storage to host install binaries can dramatically increase efficiency when deploying and configuring virtual machines.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Extensibility in IBM Sterling Order Management integration
Extensibility allows you to modify the behavior of Sterling Order Management (OMS) to meet your unique needs. IBM Sterling Order Management (OMS) provides a centralized inventory, order promising, and fulfillment hub to support omni-channel fulfillment. It helps enterprises increase fill rates and inventory turns, reduce markdowns, improve customer loyalty and increase share of wallet. IBM Sterling Order Management enables you to make better decisions about how to promise and fulfill customer orders, resulting in improved profitability and customer satisfaction. This article explains the extensibility options available in an integration solution with IBM Sterling OMS.
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Articles 02 Apr 2015
Scripting in IBM PureApplication System
This tutorial shows you how to get started with IBM PureApplication System scripting using the command-line tool and REST API, and provides some useful sample scripts.
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Articles 01 Apr 2015
Using block storage in IBM PureApplication System pattern workloads
IBM PureApplication System 2.0 supports a new kind of storage volume called block storage. Unlike storage support in previous versions, block storage decouples storage from the lifecycle of the workload encapsulated in the patterns. The storage persists after the workload is deleted, and can be attached to a different workload. This tutorial shows you how to use block and shared block storage in PureApplication System pattern workloads.
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Articles 01 Apr 2015
Automatically building and deploying MobileFirst Platform artifacts as part of a continuous delivery process
A key requirement for integrating IBM MobileFirst Platform (MFP) Application Server into a continuous delivery pipeline is to automatically upgrade the server-side components of the MobileFirst Application Server, including the project WAR file, apps, and adapters This article shows you how to automate the building of MFP components for multiple environments, automate the deployment of the built artifacts, and integrate these steps into your build process. It also includes suggestions for build management tools.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
DevOps made easy with Bluemix
Need an easy DevOps solution? You've come to the right place: IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
WebSphere MQ deployment topologies
Choosing an optimal application deployment topology for WebSphere MQ depends on many factors. They include technical requirements, such as needed functions, performance requirements, and application availability requirements, and non-technical constraints, such as deadlines, budgets, and available skills. This guide to WebSphere MQ deployment topologies will help you weigh your specific requirements and constraints, and make a good topology choice based on them.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
Migrating Java EE applications to WebSphere Application Server: Part 1: FAQs about migrating from other application servers to WebSphere Application Server
Part 1 of this two-part article series answers frequently asked questions (FAQs) that we get from customers who are moving their Java EE applications to WebSphere Application Server from other application servers, such as JBoss and WebLogic. Part 2 describes common technical challenges during migration and provides solutions to them.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
Analyze DB2 spatial data with a free geobrowser
A geobrowser for DB2, Informix and Netezza is now available as a free download. You can easily list tables containing spatial data and select the tables to be displayed as a map using a combination of points, lines and polygons. The color, symbols, linestyle and shading are user selectable. Map navigation tools allow you to zoom in and out, pan the map and select and display the alphanumeric values associated with each graphic object. The geobrowser can render the results of spatial analysis using DB2, Informix or Netezza. Application developers can use these components to construct custom spatial visualization applications. This tutorial shows you step-by-step how to use the free geobrowser to visualize data from DB2 tables.
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Articles 23 Mar 2015
IBM Bluemix as a Dynamic Development Ecosystem
IBM Bluemix is more than just a platform for building composable applications in the cloud. With the expansion of new services, capabilities, resources, and even more boundless innovation, you can now use Bluemix as an application development and deployment ecosystem.
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Articles 18 Mar 2015
Integration architecture: Comparing web APIs with service-oriented architecture and enterprise application integration
At a high level, both SOA and web APIs seem to solve the same problem – expose business function in real-time and in a reusable way. This tutorial looks at how these initiatives are different and how they align into an evolving integration architecture. It discusses how API Management differs from the integration architectures that came before it, such as SOA and EAI.
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Tutorial 18 Mar 2015
Using WebSphere Cast Iron with OAuth to access Google APIs and Amazon Redshift, Part 1: Extracting data from Google Analytics
This two-part tutorial series demonstrates the flexibility of WebSphere Cast Iron by integrating with popular cloud services such as Google and Amazon Web Services. The tutorial series shows how to authenticate to Google Analytics via Google APIs and OAuth V2, and how to use a JDBC connection to copy data to the Amazon Redshift database. Part 1 describes how to configure Cast Iron endpoints to integrate with Google APIs and Amazon Redshift.
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Articles 12 Mar 2015
Using WebSphere Cast Iron with OAuth to access Google APIs and Amazon Redshift, Part 2: Creating a Cast Iron orchestration
This two-part tutorial series demonstrates the flexibility of WebSphere Cast Iron by integrating with popular cloud services such as Google and Amazon Web Services. The tutorial series shows how to authenticate to Google Analytics via Google APIs and OAuth V2, and how to use a JDBC connection to copy data to the Amazon Redshift database. Part 2 describes how to compose the Cast Iron orchestration that copies data collected by Google Analytics into the Amazon Redshift database.
Articles 12 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 1: Generating artifacts using the CDK wizard
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 1 covers design considerations when developing a plug-in connector, and shows you how to create a plug-in connector for a Salesforce.com application, configure the connector properties, and generate activity orchestrations.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 5: Implementing connector activity orchestrations
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 5 shows you how to implement the orchestrations for your plug-in connector activities.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 4: Implementing the DescribeObject orchestration
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 4 shows you how to implement the DescribeObject orchestration for your plug-in connector.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 3: Implementing the ListObjects orchestration
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 3 shows you how to implement the ListObjects orchestration for your plug-in connector.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 2: Implementing the TestConnection orchestration
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 2 covers design considerations when developing a plug-in connector, and shows you how to create a plug-in connector for a Salesforce.com application,
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.6 information roadmap
This roadmap provides links to some useful information resources for IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.6.
Information roadmap 01 Mar 2015
IBM Business Monitor V8.5.6 information roadmap
This roadmap outlines the information resources available for IBM Business Monitor, Version 8.5.6.
Information roadmap 01 Mar 2015
Using Bower and wiredep to accelerate dependency inclusion in IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
Node.js has enabled a new generation of tools for web and mobile developers by providing a command-line JavaScript environment. This article will show you how to use Bower and wiredep to speed up your hybrid application development by accelerating the way you include dependencies such as frameworks and libraries.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Using Ionic to rapidly develop IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
The Ionic Framework speeds hybrid application development by providing an aesthetic and easy-to-use development framework. This tutorial will show you how to use the Ionic JavaScript and CSS components with the IBM MobileFirst Platform to create a hybrid application.
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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.
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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.
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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
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.
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Articles 11 Feb 2015
Best practices to configure and troubleshoot single sign-on and secure network communications for the SAP Connector on WebSphere Cast Iron
This tutorial describes some of the best practices to help you configure and troubleshoot secure network communications and single sign-on authentication for the SAP Connector on WebSphere Cast Iron.
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Tutorial 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.
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Articles 11 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.
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Articles 04 Feb 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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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.
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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.
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Articles 20 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.
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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.
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Articles 12 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.
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Articles 07 Jan 2015
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.
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Articles 17 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.
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Articles 10 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
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.
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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
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

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