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Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1 Volume 6: Networking

Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1 Volume 6: Networking

By: Jim Cook; Alejandro D'Amato; Steve Dillen

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 13-FEB-2003

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OS/400 Operations Navigator is the graphical interface to manage your IBM eServer iSeries runtime environment. V5R1 Operations Navigator contains major function and interface enhancements over previous releases. This IBM Redbooks publication explains the Network function capabilities. It is the sixth volume in the "Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1" series and further explains the features introduced in Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1, Volume 1: Overview and More, SG24-6226. Key Operations Navigator functions that can be associated with the Network...

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Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1 Volume 2: Security

Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1 Volume 2: Security

By: Jim Cook; Karolyn Chambers; Murtuza Choilawala; Steve Dillen; Stephan Leisse; Dwayne Lindner; Steven Murray; Lindsay Porter; Marios Symeonides

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 28-JAN-2003

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OS/400 Operations Navigator is the graphical interface to manage your IBM eServer iSeries runtime environment. V5R1 Operations Navigator contains major function and interface enhancements over previous releases. This IBM Redbooks publication explains the Users and Groups component function for managing OS/400 user and group profiles on one or more iSeries systems. It also gives examples of assigning OS/400 object authorities (privileges). It is the second volume in the "Managing OS/400 with Operations Navigator V5R1" series and further explains the features introduced in Managing OS/400 with...

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Bynari Insight Server V4 for Linux on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Bynari Insight Server V4 for Linux on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Yessong Johng; Fredy Alexander Cruz; Jason Landa; Robin Latham; Marco Manzato; Alex Polash

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-OCT-2003

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In this world of e-business on demand computing, server consolidation in the right fashion becomes critically important. You need reliability, availability, and rich functionality, while maintaining the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). IBM eServer iSeries is proven to be one of the best platforms for server consolidation. Linux on iSeries provides an excellent choice to build the infrastructure of Web-based dynamic mission-critical applications. On top of its well functioning and reliable open source-based solutions, it provides ready-to-use business applications. The Bynari Insight...

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iSeries Access for Web and HATS Limited Edition: V5R2 Hot Topics for IBM eServer iSeries Browser Users

iSeries Access for Web and HATS Limited Edition: V5R2 Hot Topics for IBM eServer iSeries Browser Users

By: Jim Cook; Estela McCarty; Jeremy Schulz; Roshan Tarrosa

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-NOV-2003

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Among the IBM eServer iSeries hot topics for 2003 is expediting the transition of existing 5250-based iSeries applications to e-business, Web-based network environments. This IBM Redbooks publication targets those who want to use Web interfaces to access iSeries resources and run 5250 applications. It focuses on iSeries Access for Web and the Host Access Transformation Server Limited Edition (HATS LE). HATS LE is the unique iSeries-only version of the Host Access Transformation Server V4, a product in the IBM Host Integration Solutions set of products. This book demonstrates how easily you...

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Integration with iSeries

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Integration with iSeries

By: Nick Harris; Anders Ahl; Phil Ainsworth; Andy Elsey; Mike Woiwood

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 03-DEC-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication highlights the benefits of running a Windows server on an Integrated xSeries Server (IXS) or and Integrated xSeries Adapter (IXA) attached xSeries Server, rather than on a separate PC server. It provides the knowledge needed to plan for, install, and manage the Integrated xSeries Server when it is installed in your IBM iSeries server. This book also helps the reader gain detailed insights into and explanations of the support provided by the OS/400 Integration for Microsoft Windows Server software. This book is ideal for IBM customers, Business Partners, service...

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iSeries Access for Windows V5R2 Hot Topics: Tailored Images, Application Administration, SSL, and Kerberos

iSeries Access for Windows V5R2 Hot Topics: Tailored Images, Application Administration, SSL, and Kerberos

By: Jim Cook; Jeremy Schulz

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-FEB-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication covers the “hot topic tasks” (according to client feedback) related to running the following iSeries Access for Windows, 5722-XE1, capabilities: - iSeries Access for Windows installation, focusing on tailored and silent installation - iSeries Access for Windows Application Administration, focusing on the new starting in V5R2, Central Settings support - Setting up iSeries Access for Windows functions to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support - iSeries Access for Windows functions using Kerberos and IBM Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) network...

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Windows-based Single Signon and the EIM Framework on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Windows-based Single Signon and the EIM Framework on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Gary Lakner; Gregory Bobak; Jan Cifka; Kim Greene; Axel Lachmann; John Taylor; Craig Wayman

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-APR-2004

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Support for a Kerberos based Network Authentication Service and the introduction of Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) were exciting OS/400® V5R2 announcements during 2002. A Kerberos based Network Authentication Service enables the iSeries (and any kerberized application) to use a Kerberos ticket for authentication instead of a user ID and password. This enables you to sign on once in the morning to your Kerberos based security server and not be prompted again when accessing your enabled applications. This is called Single Signon (SSO). Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) is a cross...

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DB2 for Linux on iSeries: Implementation Guide

DB2 for Linux on iSeries: Implementation Guide

By: Yessong Johng; Takaki Kimachi; Wei Wang

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-APR-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication discusses DB2 UDB for Linux on iSeries. We provide the installation and configuration steps for DB2 UDB for Linux on iSeries. We also present connectivity scenarios between OS/400 resources and Linux resources. With V8.1, DB2 UDB for Linux is available for running in a Linux partition on an IBM eServer iSeries system. Linux is one of the fastest growing operating systems in the industry today. Linux is quickly becoming a key enabler for e-business applications that are demanding more robust local database capabilities. Applications running in the Linux...

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Domino 6 for iSeries Best Practices Guide

Domino 6 for iSeries Best Practices Guide

By: Birgit Roehm; Paul Culpepper; Duane Fitzpatrick; Jennifer Ginder; Sirpa Lepisto; Gerri Passe; Marko Stefancic; John van den Berg

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-JUN-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication is a collection of Domino 6 related topics that are important pieces of information and are either not covered in other documents or the existing information is outdated because it applies to older versions of Domino, such as Domino V5.x. As such, the topics vary widely and range from Domino deployment, performance monitoring and tuning, to Antivirus protection. This book complements and updates the content of existing redbooks, for example IBM Lotus Domino 6 for iSeries Implementation, SG24-6592 and Domino for iSeries Sizing and Performance Tuning,...

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DB2 Universal Database for iSeries Administration: The Graphical Way on V5R3

DB2 Universal Database for iSeries Administration: The Graphical Way on V5R3

By: Hernando Bedoya; Nandoo Neerukonda; Edwin Perez

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 16-SEP-2004

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iSeries Navigator for IBM i5/OS and OS/400 is the graphical interface to manage your IBM eServer iSeries runtime environment. V5R3 iSeries Navigator contains major functions and interface enhancements over previous releases. This IBM Redbooks publication presents an overview of all V5R3 iSeries Navigator functions to manage and administer DB2 Universal Database (UDB) for iSeries. It serves as a companion guide for the database administrator to use DB2 UDB for iSeries. This book includes the latest announced features in V5R3 that iSeries Navigator provides for the database administrator of...

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Implementing Linux on Integrated xSeries Solutions for iSeries

Implementing Linux on Integrated xSeries Solutions for iSeries

By: Yessong Johng; Phil Ainsworth; Gary Hansen; Gene Meyer; Rajat Tiwary

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-DEC-2004

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Integrated xSeries Solutions for iSeries deliver value to customers to reduce the cost and complexity of managing and deploying Windows Server applications on Intel. Support for Linux applications on Integrated xSeries Server or Integrated xSeries Adapter (IXS/IXA) is being offered to provide additional value to customers who require Linux applications to run on Intel servers, but who wish to leverage the powerful virtualization capabilities, shared resources, and operations of iSeries to support a Linux environment on xSeries servers. This IBM Redbooks publication will help you understand,...

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iSeries in Storage Area Networks A Guide to Implementing FC Disk and Tape with iSeries

iSeries in Storage Area Networks A Guide to Implementing FC Disk and Tape with iSeries

By: Nick Harris; Jana Jamsek; Joseph Raphael; Nancy Roper

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-MAR-2005

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This IBM Redbooks publication gives a broad understanding of the new Power5 architecture as it applies to logical partitioned eServer i5 servers. This functionality is delivered through a new configuration and management interface called the Hardware Management Console (HMC). This book will help you design your server partition scheme from scratch. We also discuss the requirements to migrate from existing iSeries servers with and without logical partitions. This book will help you install, tailor, and configure logical partitions (LPARs) on eServer i5 servers. You will understand how to...

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Deploying IBM Workplace Services Express on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

Deploying IBM Workplace Services Express on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

By: Debbie Landon; Brendan Arthurs; Kim Greene; Amy Hoerle; Daniel Kawer

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-MAY-2006

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IBM Workplace Services Express is software that makes it simple for you, your colleagues, your teams, and your entire organization to quickly collaborate and effectively work together. Designed specifically for small and medium-sized organizations or departmental needs in larger organizations, Workplace Services Express enables you to easily create, edit, and share documents from your own customized Workplace environment. This IBM Redbooks publication is written for administrators who want to install, configure, and administer Workplace Services Express on an IBM eServer iSeries server. It...

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Automatic Partition Resource Manager for System i and iSeries

Automatic Partition Resource Manager for System i and iSeries

By: Nick Harris; Dave Schnee; Peter Mullin

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-JUN-2007

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Logical Partitioning for OS/400 opened the door to significant operational advantages and cost savings for iSeries and System i clients. You can now manage production workloads from many iSeries servers on a single newer server using LPAR technology. And, in an System i world, you can now consolidate additional operating system environments onto a single System i footprint.This IBM Redbooks publication is about setting up a partitioned iSeries or System i system. The primary focus is about making it possible to share system resources between and among partitions easily, flexibly, and...

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Application and Program Performance Analysis Using PEX Statistics on IBM i5/OS

Application and Program Performance Analysis Using PEX Statistics on IBM i5/OS

By: Jim Cook; Rick Turner; Deborah Hatt

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-JUL-2007

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This IBM Redbooks publication is intended for use by those generally familiar with most of the iSeries IBM-provided performance tools available through the i5/OS operating system’s commands and the additional cost Performance Tools for iSeries, 5722-PT1, licensed program.i5/OS comes with a detailed program level performance data collection capability called the Performance Explorer (PEX). i5/OS commands supporting the collection include Add PEX Definition, Start Performance Explorer, and End Performance Explorer. One of the Performance Explorer (PEX) collection options is called Statistics...

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IBM i5/OS IP Networks: Dynamic

IBM i5/OS IP Networks: Dynamic

By: Kent Bruinsma; Jim Coon; Christopher Gloe; Brian Jongekryg; John Kasperski; Clair Wood; Yessong Johng

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 13-JUN-2007

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Over the course of many years, the developers in both the Endicott and Rochester labs have been working very hard adding functions to each release of OS/400 and i5/OS to make the configuration and use of the IBM System i in a TCP/IP network easier and more powerful. If you need to design an IP network that is self-configuring, fault-tolerant, secure, and efficient in its operation, then this IBM Redbooks publication is for you.We start low with the details of IP interface and route implementation on i5/OS. Through the study of these building blocks, we show how to create IP networks that are...

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Building SOA-based Solutions for IBM System i Platform

Building SOA-based Solutions for IBM System i Platform

By: Daniel Hiebert; Rolf Andre Klaedtke; Elena Lowery; Aleksandr Nartovich; Nitin Raut; Michael Sandberg

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 13-JUN-2007

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There is a strong shift in the industry toward reuse of the existing software and hardware resources within the companies to minimize the IT cost. Instead of creating or buying a new solutions, companies are trying to build a set of reusable software components based on the existing applications. These components can be quickly assembled in many different ways to satisfy the business needs of the companies.This environment is based on service-oriented architecture (SOA) and solutions that support business process automation.This book provides the detailed information about multiple ways for...

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Availability Management: Planning and Implementing Cross-Site Mirroring on IBM System i5

Availability Management: Planning and Implementing Cross-Site Mirroring on IBM System i5

By: Nick Harris; Ted Bauer; Doug Bidwell; Dan Degroff; Mike Halda; Sabine Jordan; John Schrum

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-NOV-2007

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In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we introduce the concept of cross-site mirroring (XSM) as implemented in IBM OS/400® or i5/OS® at V5R3M0 and later. XSM describes the replication of data at multiple sites. It involves the use of clustering, cluster resource groups (CRGs), independent auxiliary storage pools (IASPs), and other components.In this updated version, we include the new i5/OS V5R4 functions of Administrative Domain and Source Site Tracking. We also include preview information of the Target Site Tracking function.An additional component of this highly available technology is that...

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IBM i5/OS Network Security Scenarios A Practical Approach

IBM i5/OS Network Security Scenarios A Practical Approach

By: Thomas Barlen; Barbara Barlocco; Fernando Hurtado; Craig Jacquez; Yessong Johng

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-DEC-2007

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This IBM® Redbooks publication provides specific setup information for various scenarios of Internet security. Assuming readers have knowledge of the theories and conceptual parts of the related topics, this book aims to assist i5/OS network security administrators who need to set up any of the scenarios listed in the Table of Contents. Each scenario is a separate chapter. ...

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IBM i 7.1 Technical Overview

IBM i 7.1 Technical Overview

By: Hernando Bedoya; Ivan Berrios; Ingo Dimmer; Robert Jacobsen; Prema Sathasivam; Jos Vermaere; Tom Vernaillen; Allyn Walsh

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 20-OCT-2010

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication introduces a technical overview of the main new features, functions and enhancements available in IBM i 7.1. It gives a summary and brief explanation of new capabilities and what has changed in the operating system, and also discusses many of the licensed programs and application development tools associated with IBM i. Many of the new and enhanced functions are described such as: The information provided in this book will be useful for clients, business partners and IBM service professionals involved with planning, supporting, upgrading, and implementing...