This article series helps you create your own cloud environment for Proof-of-Concept projects. Part 1 shows you how to install an ESX server and the Workload Deployer virtual appliance, available free from IBM as the Virtual Pattern Kit for Developers (VPKD). Part 2 shows you how to configure Workload Deployer security options. More >
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- Using DataPower with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository REST services
Learn how to use new capabilities in DataPower V6 and WSRR V8.0.2 to dynamically look up endpoint URLs of REST services that are registered in WSRR. Policies authored and stored in WSRR and enforced by DataPower have also been enriched with new capabilities.
- Using WebSphere DataPower in IBM PureApplication System
You can now use DataPower as a virtual appliance in IBM PureApplication System. DataPower can be included in PureApplication virtual system patterns, enabling you to automate its installation, configuration, and integration with other parts of your infrastructure.
- Integrating with Oracle Business Event Workflow using WebSphere Adapter for Oracle
This article shows you how to set up a subscription in Oracle E-Business Suite and configure the adapter to receive business events.
- Migrating from Oracle WebLogic Integration to IBM BPM, Part 3
Part 1 showed you how migrate Oracle WebLogic Integration (WLI) business processes and associated artifacts to IBM BPM. Part 2 showed how to migrate the data formats and APIs that are used to write business logic in an Oracle WLI business process. Part 3 describes the options for migrating WLI controls to run on IBM BPM.
- A web-based monitoring tool for WebSphere MQ
Use a simple, downloadable, web-based WebSphere MQ monitoring tool to provide visualization and custom alert conditions for WebSphere MQ objects, including channels, listeners, topics, queues, and queue managers.
- Creating and testing message models for C and COBOL in IBM Integration Bus
This article shows you how to use the new Data Format Description Language (DFDL) support in IBM integration Bus to model, create, run, and test messages in C and COBOL.
- Maintaining message sequence in IBM Integration Bus message flows
It is critically important to process messages and route them to their targets in the order they were sent to the message flow. Learn how to use IBM Integration Bus Resequence nodes to preserve the message sequence throughout the messaging process.
- Creating a mobile application by integrating IBM Worklight with IBM Integration Bus
This article shows you how to create a request-response mobile application by integrating IBM Worklight with IBM Integration Bus. The article uses a sales order management scenario, with a mobile application retrieving sales orders from a back-end Siebel system.
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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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