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Managing your private cloud, Part 1: Introducing the WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance command line interface
The IBM WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance enables you to construct, deploy, and maintain WebSphere Application Server virtual systems in a private cloud. In order to manage the entire lifecycle of these systems in a private cloud, WebSphere CloudBurst offers multiple administration interfaces, including a rich Web 2.0 interface for GUI-based administration activities, and a command line interface (CLI) that enables a scripted, automated administration approach. This article explains how you can leverage the WebSphere CloudBurst CLI with examples of how this CLI can be put to work in your own WebSphere CloudBurst environment.
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Customizing with WebSphere CloudBurst, Part 1: Creating highly customized private clouds
This is the first of several articles that looks at the customization features available in IBM WebSphere CloudBurst and how you can use them. Part 1 describes how you can create private WebSphere clouds, how and when to use the WebSphere CloudBurst customization features, and how those capabilities align with organizational responsibilities.
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Cloud computing for the enterprise, Part 3: Using WebSphere CloudBurst to create private clouds
Part 1 of this article series discussed cloud computing in general, including cloud layers and the different cloud types, along with their benefits and drawbacks, and explained why this movement is important for enterprise developers. Part 2 looked at the public cloud and how you can use IBM WebSphere sMash and IBM DB2 Express-C to deliver Web applications hosted on a public cloud infrastructure. This article provides an introduction to IBM WebSphere CloudBurst and IBM WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition and discusses how these new offerings bring the significant advantages of private cloud computing to WebSphere enterprise environments.
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Cloud computing for the enterprise: Part 1: Capturing the cloud
Looking back to our recent technological past, it’s clear that the cloud computing movement has been coming in the time since distributed computing and its related technologies (like grid computing and SOA) gained widespread adoption. Cloud computing is now here, but many still have questions about this new technology. Part 1 of this article series discusses cloud computing in general, then dissects the layers of the cloud, presents the different cloud types, along with their benefits and drawbacks, and explains why this movement is important for enterprise developers.
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Develop and Deploy Multi-Tenant Web-delivered Solutions using IBM middleware: Part 3: Resource sharing, isolation and customization in the single instance multi-tenant application
This article focuses on the single shared application instance based on the multi-tenancy enablement model. It introduces the multi-tenant resources sharing, isolation and customization mechanisms of those important J2EE artifacts in such patterns. It also leverages a sample application to illustrate how to design a multi-tenant enabled J2EE application base on IBM middleware software.
Develop and Deploy Multi-Tenant Web-delivered Solutions using IBM middleware: Part 3: Resource sharing, isolation and customization in the single instance multi-tenant application
This article focuses on the single shared application instance based on the multi-tenancy enablement model. It introduces the multi-tenant resources sharing, isolation and customization mechanisms of those important J2EE artifacts in such patterns. It also leverages a sample application to illustrate how to design a multi-tenant enabled J2EE application base on IBM middleware software.
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Industry Models and ILOG business rule management systems, Part 2: Incorporate a BRMS
This is the second of two articles that focus on the use of IBM Industry Models and ILOG business rule management system (BRMS) to structure the analysis, design, and deployment of business rules. The previous article in this series referenced the IBM Industry Models stages of deployment, during which rules analysis and design should be considered, and how these rules can be identified and managed. In this article, take a look at the specification of these rules using ILOG BRMS to support an Industry Model-based BPM/SOA solution.
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The information perspective of SOA design, Part 8: Use of IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer in SOA design
Learn to use the IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer to support the data quality analysis pattern. This is the eighth paper in "The information perspective of SOA design" series. This article demonstrates to an architect community how tools from IBM -- in particular IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer and the unified metadata management of IBM Information Server -- can be used to address the Data Quality Assessment Patter in an SOA engagement. It describes the key features of the products that support the data quality analysis pattern presented in Part 6 of this series.
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The information perspective of SOA design, Part 7: The execution approach for the data quality analysis pattern in SOA
This is the seventh paper in a series called the “The Information Aspect of SOA Design." The purpose of this article is to demonstrate to an architect community the execution approach of detailed data quality analysis in the context of an SOA environment. This article focuses on the implementation of data quality analysis regardless of the specific technology in use, and will be followed by a related article that describes in more detail how the related IBM products (InfoSphere Information Analyzer) can be used in this context.
The information perspective of SOA design, Part 6: The value of applying the data quality analysis pattern in SOA
Discover the value and approach of data quality analysis in the context of an SOA environment. Learn about the concepts involved in data quality analysis and see the basic steps needed to initiate a data quality assesment project within the broader SOA project. Analyze these issues so that appropriate implementation choices can be made. This is the sixth article in a series called the “The information perspective of SOA design, " and will be followed by a related article that describes in more detail how the related IBM products (InfoSphere Information Analyzer) can be used in this context.
Introducing IBM WebSphere sMash, Part 1: Build RESTful services for your Web application
In this series, learn all about IBM WebSphere sMash, a simple environment for creating, assembling, and executing applications based on current Web technologies. In this first article, get a hands-on tour of the innovations that let you create, assemble, and deploy powerful Web applications. Learn how WebSphere sMash is community driven, and about its conventions for creating RESTful Web services. Using a step-by-step example, you set up the environment, create a project, build a RESTful service to expose data, test your application, and import a sample application to consume the RESTful services.
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IBM Rational Architecture Management Software model structure guidelines: Part 2. Classic Rational Unified Process
This article is for those who are interested in applying the modeling guidance found in the traditional IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP) to their use of IBM Rational Software Modeler, IBM Rational Systems Developer, or IBM Rational Software Architect. You will learn how these products support the model types defined by RUP; the implications of RUP modeling style for model organization and team modeling; what is worth modeling; and the business value, organization, and content of the RUP Use Case, Analysis, and Design Models.
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Assessing quality in software architectures
Learn about four methods to help you understand the quality of existing software architectures. The assessment methods can help you analyze whether a software architecture design is suitable for a given set of requirements. See how to improve the quality of a software architecture through architectural assessments.
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WebSphere Business Modeler Advanced Simulation
IBM WebSphere Business Modeler lets you simulate models to understand the dynamic behavior of the business process. This article gives an overview of advanced simulation features.
Program with XML for DB2, Part 2: Leverage database support for XML in your application architecture
Learn how the new XML storage and query environment of IBM DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows plays into the XML data model described in Part 1 of this series. Part 2 focuses on how to exploit the improved database support for XML in your application architecture.
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The power of Rational Data Architect
Learn about the salient features of Rational Data Architect (RDA) and its place and use within the software development lifecycle using the Rational Software Development Platform. In today's world of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), data is a vital component. This article explains how RDA addresses the issue of data's importance in SOA, and how RDA is used in a business environment.
Transforming UML <<Activity>> Diagrams to WebSphere Business Modeler processes
This article shows how to automatically transform UML activity diagrams into WebSphere Business Modeler processes.
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Rational Asset Manager: A comprehensive business scenario
Get a brief overview of IBM Rational Asset Manager, along with a detailed explanation of how asset management integrates into an existing development environment to aid asset review, approval, publication, traceability, utilization monitoring, and reuse.
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Visualize traceability in your development projects using IBM Rational Software Modeler and IBM Rational RequisitePro
This article shows you how you can graphically display traceability, from requirements through model to code, using IBM Rational RequisitePro and the built-in traceability capabilities of IBM Rational Software Modeler.
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Model and simulate business processes, Part 2: Displaying SVG diagrams on the WebSphere Business Monitor dashboards
In this article annotate Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) diagrams in the WebSphere Business Monitor Model editor so that they are dynamically updated at run time on the WebSphere Business Monitor dashboards.
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Developing adaptive composite business services using WebSphere Business Services Fabric, Part 1
This series of articles discusses the end-to-end process of creating composite business services with IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric Version 6.0. Part 1 introduces the idea of composite business services, and how WebSphere Business Services Fabric supports the development of these services.
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Sarbanes-Oxley compliance with IBM Rational Method Composer and IBM Rational Portfolio Manager
from The Rational Edge: Learn how IBM Rational Method Composer and IBM Rational Portfolio Manager can help IT organizations with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance through this true-to-life exchange among software development colleagues.
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The value of RUP certification
from The Rational Edge: This article describes the IBM Certified Solution Designer -- Rational Unified Process v7.0 certification, including the requirements for certification and its advantages for RUP specialists.
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The EJB Advocate: SOA represents the next step in the evolution of component-based applications
Somehow the tables got turned! This month, the EJB Advocate finds himself in the position of advocating SOA-related specifications, such as Service Component Architecture (SCA), as much as those associated with Enterprise JavaBeans.
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Get started with model-driven development using the Design Pattern Toolkit
Discover the practicality and benefits of model-driven development, and the ease of creating pattern templates with the Design Pattern Toolkit, a tool that can help you speed up development through the use of transformations that capture your best (or current) practices for application development. Learn the fundamentals of using the toolkit, as well as how you can use it to generate complex systems and even to support an asset-based business.
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Exploiting the J2EE Connector Architecture
The integration of CICS applications with modern J2EE components is a challenge facing many enterprises. This article explains how the J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA) and the CICS Transaction Gateway can be used to provide transactional integration of CICS applications and J2EE components deployed within IBM WebSphere Application Server. Updated for WebSphere Application Server V6.x.
Build strong, flexible J2EE apps with a WebSphere cluster environment
This article describes what you need to consider when designing a Web-based application in a WebSphere Application Server cluster environment, including application file update and synchronization, serialization of session objects, and dynamic caching.
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Comment lines: Bobby Woolf: A quick intro to WebSphere Business Process Management
Introducing WebSphere Business Process Management, IBM's new solution specifically designed to model, assemble, deploy, and manage applications with service-oriented architectures.
Defining a J2EE role on Service Component Architecture components with WebSphere Integration Developer 6.0.1
Service Component Architecture (SCA) lets you define policy and Quality Of Service (QoS) by abstracting from underlying transports, without requiring programming or changes to the services implementation code. Two of the QoS qualifiers concern the security permission and the security identity for defining J2EE roles on an SCA component. This article describes how to define the security permission and the security identity on SCA components with WebSphere Integration Developer.
Comment lines: Botzum, Brown, Hambrick: Why do non-functional requirements matter?
Functionality is important, of course. But if you don't consider non-functional requirements, then your solution could very well be practically useless.
Asset lifecycle management for service-oriented architectures
from The Rational Edge: This article examines the use of asset lifecycle management practices, tools, and standards in the development of service-oriented architecture (SOA) solutions. Effective lifecycle management of services enables organizations to apply tools and methods for governing, administrating, applying, and reusing these assets to augment the advantages of SOA development.
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Reuse engineering for SOA
Explore the inhibitors to software reuse as they apply to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and learn how reuse engineering can make a positive impact in realizing the value of SOA.
Visual data modeling in Rational Application Developer 6.0: new data model features
Rational Application Developer (RAD) 6.0 introduces a new visual data modeling feature. It supports three industry-standard design notations IDEF1X, Information Engineering (IE or Crow's Foot) and UML. In this article I am going to discuss these new features by building a sample data model visually in RAD 6.0.
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Mike Devlin and Danny Sabbah: Rational leaders share their vision
The change in leadership of the Rational brand, from Mike Devlin to Danny Sabbah as general manager, gave Grady Booch an opportunity to discuss with both leaders their goals, accomplishments, and vision in the field of software development. These interviews provide insight into Rational's history as well as the future of IBM's software development brand.
Component testing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software
Component testing doesn't have to be a costly and difficult process. By reading this step-by-step guide, you'll learn how to automate the creation and deployment of component tests efficiently and cost effectively.
Application integration: Use Informix 4GL with WebSphere MQ
Extend your IBM Informix 4GL applications to seamlessly communicate with the IBM WebSphere MQ messaging system.
Modeling a DB2 UDB database with IBM Rational XDE Developer for Java
This article shows you the basics of how to model a DB2 UDB database using IBM Rational XDE Developer for Java.
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