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- Making the move to the Liberty Profile, Part 1: Determining migration suitability
Increasingly, IT organizations are moving their Java EE applications from full-platform Java EE servers, such as WebLogic, Oracle, and JBoss, to lightweight and scalable servers like WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile. In Part 1 of this three-part series, you learn how to evaluate your Java EE apps to determine their migration suitability to Liberty Profile.
- Making the move to the Liberty Profile, Part 2: Migrating Java EE resources
Part 2 shows you how to use the Runtime Migration Toolkit to quickly migrate the Java EE resources needed to run your applications on Liberty Profile.
- Nine rules to make your applications cloud-ready
If you follow some simple rules in your application design, you can usually make your existing applications cloud-ready without having to go through an entire re-implementation.
- Making web content consumable by mobile apps
Learn how to expose Web Content Manager content using a REST/JSON interface that can be consumed from mobile applications implemented with IBM Worklight. You can use this same technique for a REST/XML interface, and also for non-Worklight applications.
- IBM PureApplication System backup and restore, Part 3: Workload backup
Learn how to backup workload components, and also how to add configuration to patterns so that their pattern instances will backup their application data.
- Transforming legacy assets into RESTful APIs using IBM API Management V2
Learn how to adapt and reuse software assets in a secure and controlled manner using IBM API Management. This article shows the process for transforming an existing WSDL-based SOAP web service and associated database table into a single RESTful service.
- Securing IBM MQ cluster queues from unauthorized applications
This article describes security problem scenarios in IBM MQ, and cluster queue security best practices for complex MQ cluster environments.
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Recognizing developerWorks Master Author Bobby Woolf
Bobby Woolf is an Infrastructure Architect for IBM PureSystems in the AIM Services and Support organization. He is a co-author of several retail books on topics such as at Enterprise Integration, SOA, and IBM On Demand Technology.
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