Learn about IBM Integration Bus
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Do you want to learn about IBM Integration Bus or WebSphere Message Broker?
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IBM Integration Bus v9, known in previous releases as WebSphere Message Broker, is a lightweight, advanced enterprise service bus (ESB) that provides a broad range of integration capabilities that enable companies to rapidly integrate internal applications and connect to partner applications. Messages from business applications can be transformed, augmented and routed to other business applications. The types and complexity of the integration required will vary by company, application types, and a number of other factors.
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Are you a developer?
If you are a developer, you will be involved in the tasks to create, test, debug, and run message flows. For more information about developing integration solutions in IBM Integration Bus, see I am
DFDL is a XML-based standard that you can use to define the structure of formatted data independently from the data format itself. For more information, see Data
The new global cache feature in WebSphere Message Broker V188.8.131.52 enables you to share an in-memory cache between processes and brokers. This article describes the global cache, shows you how to use it, and answers some frequently asked questions about it. For more information, see Intr
Applications and Libraries are new concepts introduced in WebSphere Message Broker V8 to make it easier for both developers and administrators to organize the artifacts in a WebSphere Message Broker solution. This article describes Applications and Libraries, and shows you how they can improve your development and deployment workflows, and how to convert existing solutions to use them. For more information, see Usin
Are you an administrator?
If you are an administrator, you will be involved in the tasks to configure brokers and associated resources, and support your application developers. For more information, see I am
Are you interested in .NET and file transfer?
Two integration capabilities that WebSphere Message Broker provides are of particular interest to many midmarket companies. First is the ability to use WebSphere Message Broker to integrate Microsoft .NET applications into a broader connectivity solution, which is the capability highlighted in this IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide. Second is the ability to use WebSphere Message Broker with WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition to transfer and use business data that is held in files. To learn more, read the redbook IBM
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Are you interested in integrating IBM Integration Bus with IBM Business Process Management (BPM)?
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Are you interested in integrating mobile applications?
Worklight provides an advanced mobile application development and deployment platform for mobile devices. It helps organizations of all sizes to develop, run, and manage HTML5, hybrid, and native applications using a powerful and flexible mobile IDE, next-generation mobile middleware, end-to-end security, and integrated management and analytics capabilities. Worklight provides a cross-platform mobile application platform for enterprises so a minimum amount of code can be developed for a maximum set of mobile operating systems. Worklight Adapters are server-side components facilitate connections to various back-end systems via Cast Iron, HTTP, JMS, and SQL Adapters.
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Are you interested in WebSphere Message Broker Hypervisor Edition as a service in a cloud environment?
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Are you interested in SSL authentication?
IBM Integration Bus supports SSL authentication, but often a check is required to determine if the client is authorised to access the requested resource. The article Auth