Configuring integration nodes for development environments
Set up application development environments on Linux® on x86-64 or Windows 64-bit to create, test, and deploy message flows and associated resources.
About this task
If you are new to IBM® Integration Bus, you can set up a basic development environment on either Windows or Linux, By default, the installation of the IBM Integration Bus includes a local integration node that is named TESTNODE_user_name. You can also try the tutorials that are supplied in the Tutorials Gallery in the IBM Integration Toolkit (click ). Tutorials provide an interactive way of learning how to develop integration solutions in IBM Integration Bus.
When you have tried out your first few tutorials, you can create and configure more integration nodes, and set up an environment that can support your application developers. Many tutorials are supplied, and provide education and guidance about how to use many of the facilities of IBM Integration Bus.
To create and configure integration nodes, follow the instructions in Using the development environment.
When you start the IBM Integration Toolkit, a workbench session opens, which you can use to create, configure, and manage your application development resources. You can configure your workbench session in various ways to suit your working environment and preferences. These options are described in Configuring the IBM Integration Toolkit.