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Application integration with WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration, Part 1: Creating orchestration, endpoints, and configuration properties
IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration is used as a middleware tool for integrating cloud applications with on-premise applications, cloud to cloud applications, and on-premise to on-premise applications. This 3-part article series demonstrates how to build and configure an orchestration using WebSphere Cast Iron Studio that polls an MQ queue for messages and inserts records in an Oracle table. Part 1 demonstrates how to create an orchestration, endpoints, and configuration properties using Studio.
Articles 25 Sep 2013
Application integration with WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration, Part 3: Publishing a project into the Integration Appliance
Part 1 and Part 2 of this series demonstrated how to create and configure an orchestration using WebSphere Cast Iron Studio. In this last part of the series, you will learn to test an orchestration in Studio, publish a Cast Iron project, and run the project from the Integration Appliance.
Articles 25 Sep 2013
Application integration with WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration, Part 2: Configuring the orchestration
Part 2 of this series explains how to configure a WebSphere Cast Iron orchestration, along with detailed procedures on configuring an MQ Poll Message activity, a Read XML activity, and a Database Insert Rows activity.
Articles 25 Sep 2013
IBM Accelerator for Machine Data Analytics, Part 4: Speeding the up-and-running experience for a variety of data
Machine logs from diverse sources are generated in an enterprise in voluminous quantities. IBM Accelerator for Machine Data Analytics simplifies the task of implementation required so analysis of semi-structured, unstructured or structured textual data is accelerated. In this article, the fourth in a series, learn step-by-step how to use the web or Eclipse tooling in IBM InfoSphere BigInsights to more quickly get up-and-running with IBM Accelerator for Machine Data Analytics.
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Articles 28 Feb 2013
Documenting software architecture, Part 4: Develop the functional model
In this series, learn why and how you should document software architecture. In this article, learn how to develop and document the macro-level design artifacts of the functional aspects of your system's architecture. The functional model view addresses the techniques you can use to decompose the problem domain into a set of architecture artifacts. Learn to build upon them incrementally to form more detailed constructs. The three common levels of elaboration--logical level, specification level, and physical level--are also discussed.
Articles 29 Jul 2008
Documenting software architecture, Part 3: Develop the architecture overview
In this series, learn why and how you should document software architecture. This article explains how to develop and document the high-level architecture overview for your system or application. The architecture overview, with its three main views, plays a critical role in providing the foundation for your enterprise, application, and systems architecture.
Articles 27 Jun 2008
Documenting software architecture, Part 2: Develop the system context
In this series, learn why and how you should document software architecture. This second article provides guidance for documenting your system context information. The system context is the first architecture artifact you should capture. Learn how to use a system context diagram and information flows to develop and document the system context for your system or application's software architecture.
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Articles 13 May 2008
Documenting software architecture, Part 1: What software architecture is, and why it's important to document it
Software architecture has increasingly become important for the development of complex real-time systems. In this new series, learn why and how you should document software architecture. You will learn about the five different views, or aspects, that you should document for any medium- to large-scale software development project. This first article in the series introduces software architecture and the importance of documentation. You'll also get an overview of the architecture views that will be covered in upcoming articles.
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Articles 15 Apr 2008
Architecture in practice, Part 7: SOA Scenario 3: Business process management and SOA
View SOA within a software-development life cycle context using the IBM SOA foundation life cycle. This installment in the "Architecture in practice" series focuses on the business process management (BPM) scenario, the third of the SOA scenarios. Learn how the BPM scenario illustrates IBM BPM with an SOA approach. Explore the benefits of the scenario, which include the integration of a BPM environment with a flexible IT architecture.
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Articles 26 Feb 2008
Architecture in practice, Part 6: Why business process management (BPM) is important to an enterprise
This installment in the Architecture in practice column focuses on why business process management (BPM) is imperative for both the business and IT. Effective management of business processes is essential for driving business agility in an enterprise. Get an introduction to BPM and its lifecycle phases, and learn how it is complementary to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
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Articles 29 Jan 2008
Architecture in practice, Part 5: SOA Scenario 2: Service connectivity options
View SOA within a software development lifecycle context using the IBM Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Foundation Lifecycle. This installment in the Architecture in practice series focuses on the Service Connectivity scenario, the second of the SOA scenarios. Explore four ways to realize connectivity between service producers and consumers that foster reuse of services across multiple delivery channels. Learn about three Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) topologies that enable service connectivity, and associated products that provide advanced, end-to-end ESB-based solutions. Get an overview on developing mediation modules and flows using four common patterns.
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Articles 18 Dec 2007
Architecture in practice, Part 2: An introduction to SOA solution scenarios
IBM now offers eight scenarios to help you get started with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). In this introductory article in a multipart miniseries, you explore each SOA solution scenario and discover how to accelerate your SOA implementation.
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Articles 30 Jan 2007
Make SOA happen on z/OS
IBM System z(TM) mainframe computers can be a powerful hardware platform for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) system deployment, especially for mission-critical applications demanding high performance. Learn some options for getting the most out of SOA applications by running them on z/OS(R).
Articles 23 Aug 2006
Business-driven development
Understand the fundamentals of optimizing business processes to assure information technology (IT) systems adequately meet the business needs of the enterprise before implementing a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). This article addresses the need for business-driven development (BDD) and highlights key steps to successfully institutionalize it.
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Articles 09 Dec 2005
A case for SOA governance
Help your enterprise reap its true benefits by strengthening your awareness to the importance of SOA governance for an enterprise which has IT as one of its key organizations. The author illustrates some key responsibilities of a governance body and concludes by showing you how you can effectively implement SOA governance.
Articles 16 Aug 2005
Using LDAP to Secure J2EE Applications in WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5
This article describes how to use WebSphere Studio Application Developer to configure a simple enterprise application to use LDAP as its security mechanism.
Articles 01 Nov 2003
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