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Using the Zero Resource Model for database management in WebSphere sMash
The article offers details and insight into features and capabilities of the Zero Resource Model for database management on the IBM WebSphere sMash platform. This peek at agile database management describes the built-in database handling and processing capabilities of WebSphere sMash, and provides code samples that can serve as a starting point for application developers.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian  
14 Mar 2012
Groovy logging in WebSphere sMash
Logging is a critical component in any application. Effectively managing Groovy logging in IBM WebSphere sMash can be a frustrating experience for the uninformed. This article explains how to properly establish a functional and flexible logging environment for your WebSphere sMash applications.
Also available in: Chinese  
10 Aug 2011
Innovative uses for WebSphere sMash, Part 3: Managing cloud operations using sMash-ing Assemble flows
This series of articles has focused on actual examples of where IBM WebSphere sMash was selected and used to perform innovative and valuable tasks to aid in the operations of IBM's Green Innovation Data Center (GIDC) in Southbury, CT, USA. Part 1 looked at how WebSphere sMash was used to build a flexible framework for constructing data center dashboards, and Part 2 showed how WebSphere sMash can be used to wrap external system management tools with easy to use APIs to aid in the automation of data center operations. The conclusion to this series reveals how you can leverage the WebSphere sMash Assemble flow capabilities to rapidly construct task and activity workflows that can be easily altered through editing and configuration rather than coding changes.
Also available in: Chinese  
10 Nov 2010
Innovative uses for WebSphere sMash, Part 2: Automate enterprise operations through a cloud by wrapping management tools for external systems
This series of articles describes actual examples of where IBM WebSphere sMash was selected and used to perform innovative and valuable tasks to aid in the operations of IBM's Green Innovation Data Center (GIDC) in Southbury, CT, USA. Part 1 looked at how WebSphere sMash was used to build a flexible framework for constructing data center dashboards. In this second article, you will see how WebSphere sMash can be used to wrap external systems management tools with easy-to-use APIs to facilitate the automation of costly manual tasks that used to add to the overhead of running the GIDC.
Also available in: Chinese  
14 Jul 2010
Innovative uses for WebSphere sMash, Part 1: Building a flexible, practical dashboard framework
When new technologies emerge -- programming languages and models in particular -- there typically follows a period where many useful "how to" articles appear to help developers get themselves started. As time passes, the guidance works its way deeper into the more advanced concepts, but it is not often that the implementation details behind an actual application of the technology is revealed. "Hello World" examples are fine for basic lessons, but as you reach the point of wanting to build something yourself, there is nothing like a real example to help provide the inspiration for that next killer application project. This article series presents three actual examples where IBM WebSphere sMash was selected and used to perform innovative and valuable tasks. These examples are all related to the operations of IBM's Green Innovation Data Center (GIDC) in Southbury, CT, USA, which has been set up both as a client briefing center and a living lab, where some of IBM's latest energy efficient hardware, software, and operational practices are being tested and developed. In Part 1, you'll see how WebSphere sMash was used to build a flexible framework for constructing data center dashboards.
26 May 2010
Integrating SOAP Web services in WebSphere sMash applications
You can probably think of many scenarios in which you might want to reuse existing SOAP Web services in new applications. The IBM WebSphere sMash REST to SOAP extension enables you to provide REST access to existing SOAP Web services, providing easier and more intuitive access to such functions. This tutorial demonstrates how you can use the WebSphere sMash REST to SOAP extension to leverage a SOAP Web service deployed on IBM WebSphere Application Server. The SOAP Web service will serve to provide data for a Dojo-based widget provided by WebSphere sMash.
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26 Aug 2009
Scaling WebSphere sMash Web 2.0 applications: Part 1: Overview of WebSphere sMash topologies
IBM WebSphere sMash is a development and execution platform that enables you to quickly and simply deliver dynamic Web 2.0 based applications. The Web itself is the epitome of a scalable, flexible system. This article is the first in a series that discusses strategies for scaling WebSphere sMash applications.
Also available in: Japanese  
28 Jan 2009
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