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IMS Integration and Connectivity Across the Enterprise

IMS Integration and Connectivity Across the Enterprise

By: Paolo Bruni; Jenny Hung; Knut Kubein; Evgeni Liakhovich; Geoff Nicholls; Gary Wicks

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-DEC-2013

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of IBM IMS™ integration and connectivity solutions to access applications and data stores across your enterprise architecture. As an application developer, architect, systems integrator, or systems programmer, there is important information that is available in this book that pertains to your responsibilities to continue to include the proven performance, data integrity, and workload distribution that is available from IMS in to selected projects that are related to your entire enterprise. This book updates and adds to the...

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IMS/ESA Shared Queues: A Planning Guide

IMS/ESA Shared Queues: A Planning Guide

By: Geoff Nicholls; Glen Battershell; Luigi Cetorelli; Hannelore Nestinger; Pete Sadler; Siew Tay

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-DEC-1998

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This IBM Redbooks publication presents a case study of the planning and preparation for the implementation of IMS shared queues using IMS/ESA Version 6 at IBM Global Services Australia (IGSA) for Telstra in Melbourne, Australia. The steps that were taken to plan, prepare, and implement this project are outlined, with details on the challenges presented to IGSA during the migration and implementation of the solutions. This book provides IMS system programmers, systems and applications designers, database administrators, and applications programmers who are responsible for the...

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IMS 12 Selected Performance Topics

IMS 12 Selected Performance Topics

By: Paolo Bruni; Rafael Avigad; James Martin; Maiko Mizuki; Bhups Narsi; John Schlatweiler

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-JAN-2013

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IBM® Information Management System (IMS™) provides leadership in performance, reliability, and security to help you implement the most strategic and critical enterprise applications. IMS, IMS utilities, and IMS tools continue to evolve to provide value and meet the needs of enterprise customers. With IMS 12, integration and open access improvements provide flexibility and support business growth requirements. Scalability improvements have been made to the well-known performance, efficiency, availability, and resilience of IMS by using 64-bit storage. In this IBM Redbooks® publication we...

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IMS DataPropagator Implementation Guide

IMS DataPropagator Implementation Guide

By: Jouko Jantti; Debra Kerry; Armin Kompalka; Rick Long; Greg Mitchell

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-NOV-2002

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IMS DataPropagator (IMS DPROP) is a licensed program that maintains consistency between two copies of the same data, where one copy of the data is stored in an IMS Database Manager (IMS DB) database and the other copy is stored in a DB2 database. IMS DPROP is a key component of IBM's Data Replication Solution and IBM's Business Intelligence Solution. IMS DPROP can perform asynchronous change propagation, meaning that the change is applied independently of the updating application. You can apply changes at predetermined intervals, managing replication according to your business needs. Changes...

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The Complete IMS HALDB Guide All You Need to Know to Manage HALDBs

The Complete IMS HALDB Guide All You Need to Know to Manage HALDBs

By: Jouko Jantti; Cornelia Hallmen; Raymond Keung; Rich Lewis

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-JUN-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication describes the High Availability Large Database (HALDB) capability available with IMS. IMS HALDB was introduced with IMS Version 7. It allows IMS databases to grow to almost unlimited sizes while providing increased availability. This book updates IMS Version 7 High Availability Large Database Guide, SG24-5751, as well as adding topics that were not covered in the previous book. This publication provides a broad explanation of HALDB and its uses. Specific areas covered include: -HALDB overview, definition, and structure -Migration from non-HALDB...

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IMS in the Parallel Sysplex Volume III IMSplex Implementation and Operations

IMS in the Parallel Sysplex Volume III IMSplex Implementation and Operations

By: Jouko Jantti; Juan Jesús Iniesta Martínez; Knut Kubein; Bill Stillwell; Gary Wicks

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-JUN-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication is the third volume of a series of redbooks called IMS in the Parallel Sysplex. These redbooks describe how IMS exploits the Parallel Sysplex functions and how to plan for, implement, and operate IMS systems working together in a Parallel Sysplex. This book encompasses two parts. Part 1, Implementation, is a description of the tasks an IMS installation must execute to enable each of the functions. Part 2, Operations, addresses the operational issues associated with running an IMSplex that include startup and shutdown, steady state operations, online change,...

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IMS in the Parallel Sysplex Volume II: Planning the IMSplex

IMS in the Parallel Sysplex Volume II: Planning the IMSplex

By: Jouko Jantti; Bill Stillwell; Gary Wicks

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-JUL-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication is the second volume of a series of redbooks called IMS in the Parallel Sysplex. These redbooks describe how IMS exploits the Parallel Sysplex functions and how to plan for, implement, and operate IMS systems working together in a Parallel Sysplex. We use the term IMSplex to refer to multiple IMSs, which are cooperating with each other in a Parallel Sysplex environment to process a common shared workload. Although we generally think of an IMSplex in terms of online environments, an IMSplex can include batch IMS jobs as well as IMS utilities. IMS in the...

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IMS Connectivity in an On Demand Environment: A Practical Guide to IMS Connectivity

IMS Connectivity in an On Demand Environment: A Practical Guide to IMS Connectivity

By: Jouko Jantti; Jordi Guillaumes i Pons; Gen Sasaki; Egide Van Aerschot; Andres Wolf Andreoni

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-FEB-2006

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IBM Information Management System (IMS) is the IBM premier transaction and hierarchical database management system. Connectivity has always been a priority with IMS. IMS exploits the latest technologies to address customers' requirements for accessing IMS transactions and data. This IBM Redbooks publication is about IMS connectivity. This book provides a general overview of the IMS Open Transaction Manager Access (OTMA) function and extensive information about IMS Connect and its usage, including a chapter that describes the IMS Connect Extensions product and how you can enhance the IMS...

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IMS Performance and Tuning Guide

IMS Performance and Tuning Guide

By: Jouko Jantti; David Matthews; Jayesh Prag; Dave Viguers; Yuan Yi; Pete Ziegenfelder

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-DEC-2006

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides IMS performance monitoring and tuning information. This book differs from previous IMS performance and tuning IBM Redbooks in that there is less emphasis on the internal workings of IMS and more information about why and how certain options can affect the performance of IMS. Most of the information in the previous book IMS Version 7 Performance Monitoring and Tuning Update, SG24-6404, is still valid, and in most cases, continues to be valid in any future versions of IMS. This book is not an update or rewrite but instead attempts to be more of a guide...

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IBM IMS Version 10 Implementation Guide: A Technical Overview

IBM IMS Version 10 Implementation Guide: A Technical Overview

By: Jouko Jantti; Diane Goff; Angelique Greenhaw; Pete Sadler; Thomas Esser

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-DEC-2007

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides an overview of the new functions and enhancements in IBM Information Management System (IMS) Version 10. IBM continues to enhance IMS integration, manageability, and scalability. IMS helps you with On Demand Business enablement, growth, availability, and systems management that current and newer environments and cost measures require. IMS Version 10 helps in addressing your On Demand Business needs through integration/openness, manageability, and scalability, providing: - Integration with other products and platforms across the Internet, supporting...

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IMS 11 Open Database

IMS 11 Open Database

By: Paolo Bruni; Angie Greenhaw; Thilo Liedloff; Bob Stone

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-AUG-2010

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IMS™ Version 11 continues to provide the leadership in performance, reliability, and security that is expected from the product of choice for critical online operational applications. IMS 11 also offers new functions to help you keep pace with the evolving IT industry. Through the introduction of the new IMS Enterprise Suite application developers with minimal knowledge of IMS Connect can start developing client applications to communicate with IMS. With Open Database, IMS 11 also provides direct SQL access to IMS data from programs that run on any distributed platform, unlocking DL/I...

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IMS Version 11 Technical Overview

IMS Version 11 Technical Overview

By: Paolo Bruni; Angelique Greenhaw; Juan Jesus Iniesta Martinez; Egide Van Aerschot; Andrew Wilkinson

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-OCT-2009

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IMS™ provides leadership in performance, reliability and security to help you implement the most strategic and critical enterprise applications. IMS also keeps pace with the evolving IT industry. Information Management System Version 11 (IMS 11) provides an open, integrated, and distributed data access solution; improves connectivity and ease of use; increases system availability; and offers an architectural road map that supports future growth. With IMS 11, a suite of Universal drivers supports IMS database programmatic access with Type-4 and Type-2 connectivity. You can now access IMS...

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Introduction to IMS™, An: Your Complete Guide to IBM’s Information Managment System

Introduction to IMS™, An: Your Complete Guide to IBM’s Information Managment System

By: Rick Long; Mark Harrington; Robert Hain; Geoff Nicholls; Dean Meltz

Publisher: IBM Press

Publication Date: 30-DEC-2004

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The Only Up-to-the-Minute Guide to IMS Version 9--Straight from IBM IMS Experts Introduces IMS, one of the world's premiere software products Thoroughly covers key IMS functions, from security to Java support For both new and experienced IMS administrators, programmers, architects, and managers Prerequisite reading for IBM IMS Mastery Certificate Program IMS serves more than 95 percent of Fortune 1000 companies, manages 15,000,000 gigabytes of production data, and supports more than two hundred million users per day. The brand-new IBM IMS Version 9 is not...