Learn the do's and don'ts for readying your applications for the cloud, steps for freeing your web content from mobile browsers, a real world mobile case study describing how a set of integrated IBM products helps people save lives, steps to make sure your PureApplication System workload and pattern data get backed up, and more. More >
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- Using coaches to localize and internationalize your
application in IBM Business Process Manager
This article provides an approach to create dynamically localized coaches in IBM Business Process Manager V8.0.1 and 8.5. It provides instructions to internationalize your application
- 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.
- Real world, real urgency: How IBM Worklight, MQ and
WebSphere Message Broker deliver near real-time 911 call
data to emergency responders
This article provides a case study of a real world emergency mobile web application developed with a combination of IBM Worklight, IBM MQ, and IBM WebSphere Message Broker technologies for a specialized rescue team in a major urban police department.
- Top 9 rules for cloud applications: The dos and don'ts
of making your application 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.
- IBM PureApplication System backup and restore, Part 3:
Learn how to backup workload components, and also how to add configuration to patterns so that their pattern instances will backup their application data.
- Liberate mobile devices from their browsers: Integrating
IBM Web Content Manager and Worklight to make web content
consumable by a mobile app
Learn how you can expose Web Content Manager content using a REST/JSON interface that can be consumed from mobile applications implemented with Worklight. This same technique can also be used for a REST/XML interface, and also for non-Worklight applications.
- A neighborhood watch for your clusters: Securing cluster
queues from unauthorized applications
This article describes scenarios using features available in IBM MQ V7.5 and earlier. It also describes the problem scenarios associated with them and explains the best cluster queue security practices that help when designing complex MQ cluster environments.
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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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