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- Developing connectors in WebSphere Cast Iron Studio
Learn how to configure base orchestrations for connectors developed with the Connector Development Kit wizard in Cast Iron Studio, and get tips on passwords and fault handling.
- Identifying network requirements for applications on IBM PureApplication System
Learn how application requirements affect the network configuration between PureApplication System and the data center. This article discusses bandwidth, availability, isolation, and connectivity as they pertain to applications hosted on PureApplication System.
- Achieving high availability across multiple sites using IBM PureApplication System
Get details for achieving high availability for applications running on a single PureApplication System rack and for a multi-rack setup.
- Achieving high availability during updates with IBM PureApplication System
Learn how PureApplication System and WebSphere Application Server combine to streamline and simplify updates to operating systems, applications, and middleware.
- Aligning organizations for integrated system benefits with IBM PureApplication System
IBM PureApplication System can reduce the workloads of operations staff who build and maintain transactional web and database applications. This article shows you how to align skills and roles within an organization to realize the benefits of expert integrated systems.
- Using WebSphere DataPower as a security gateway to protect mobile traffic
WebSphere DataPower Gateway Appliance is a security and integration gateway appliance built for simplified deployment and hardened security, and Worklight is the IBM mobile development platform for the enterprise. This article shows you how to use DataPower in your enterprise DMZ to protect and secure Worklight mobile application traffic.
- Using the WebSphere DataPower performance monitoring tool
To get a quick view of DataPower performance, you need to execute CLI commands. This article shows you how to build a graphical monitoring tool that runs in a browser and uses Dojo along with SOAP calls to the DataPower appliance.
- Dynamic message aggregation in WebSphere Message Broker
This article shows you how to implement dynamic message splitting and aggregation in WebSphere Message Broker by changing the default behavior of the Aggregation node to pass a control message from a Fan-in flow to a Fan-out flow.
- Load balancing WebSphere Message Broker HTTP traffic, Part 1
WebSphere Message Broker V8 lets you generate a configuration file for the WebSphere Plug-in or Apache mod_proxy modules, which are used by IBM HTTP Server and Apache HTTP Server respectively to enable HTTP load balancing. Part 1 of this two-part series shows you how to configure load balancing for WebSphere Message Broker HTTP traffic.
- Configuring the Log4j node in a WebSphere Message Broker message flow
The Log4j node enables you to use different levels of logging, so that at runtime, without modifying application code, you can enable or disable specific logging nodes in a flow.
- Migrating Oracle WebLogic Integration (WLI) applications to IBM BPM, Part 1
Part 1 in this four-part series describes the tools and techniques that have been successfully used to migrate WLI business processes and associated artifacts to IBM BPM.
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Recognizing developerWorks Master Author Naveen Balani
Naveen Balani is an IBM Software Architect on the WebSphere Business Services Fabric product, and has published more than 40 articles on IBM developerWorks on such topics as Web services, ESBs, JMS, SOA, open source frameworks, J2ME, pervasive computing, Spring, Ajax, the semantic Web, and various IBM products. Naveen is also a co-author of several books, including Apache CXF Web Service Getting Started (Packt Publishing, 2009), Beginning Spring Framework 2 (Wiley, 2007), and several IBM Redbooks on WebSphere BPM products.
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