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Hybrid Cloud Integration and Monitoring with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron

Hybrid Cloud Integration and Monitoring with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron

By: Andre R Araujo; Jag Dhillon; Karen Durston; Sunil Joshi; David Kwock; Sean Liu; Loic Marsollier

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 13-DEC-2012

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Cloud computing is fast emerging as a new consumption and delivery model for IT solutions. Two distinct cloud patterns have evolved. Private clouds are custom cloud applications that are on premise to companies. Public clouds are owned and managed by a service provider and are delivered on a pay-per-use basis. Although the debate between the use of private versus public cloud continues, the industry is moving ever faster toward a hybrid solution. Hybrid clouds address the integration of traditional IT environments with one or more clouds, private and public. IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® along...

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WebSphere eXtreme Scale v8.6 Key Concepts and Usage Scenarios

WebSphere eXtreme Scale v8.6 Key Concepts and Usage Scenarios

By: Jonathan Marshall; John Pape; Kristi Peterson; Greg Reid; Fabio Santos B. da Silva; Federico Senese

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 24-SEP-2013

Insert Date: 13-DEC-2013

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IBM WebSphere® eXtreme Scale provides a solution to scalability issues through caching and grid technology. It provides an enhanced quality of service in high performance computing environments. This IBM® Redbooks® publication introduces WebSphere eXtreme Scale and shows how to set up and use an eXtreme Scale environment. It begins with a discussion of the issues that would lead you to an eXtreme Scale solution. It then describes the architecture of eXtreme Scale to help you understand how the product works. It provides information about potential grid topologies, the APIs used by...

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WebSphere MQ Primer: An Introduction to Messaging and WebSphere MQ

WebSphere MQ Primer: An Introduction to Messaging and WebSphere MQ

By: Mark E. Taylor

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-DEC-2012

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The power of IBM® WebSphere® MQ is its flexibility combined with reliability, scalability, and security. This flexibility provides a large number of design and implementation choices. Making informed decisions from this range of choices can simplify the development of applications and the administration of a WebSphere MQ messaging infrastructure. Applications that access a WebSphere MQ infrastructure can be developed using a wide range of programming paradigms and languages. These applications can run within a substantial array of software and hardware environments. Customers can use...

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WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile Guide for Developers

WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile Guide for Developers

By: Brent Daniel; Alex Mulholland; Erin Schnabel; Kevin Smith

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-AUG-2013

Insert Date: 10-DEC-2013

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IBM WebSphere® Application Server V8.5 includes a Liberty profile, which is a highly composable, dynamic application server profile. It is designed for two specific use cases: Developer with a smaller production run time, and production environments. For a developer, it focuses on the tasks a developer does most frequently and makes it possible for the developer to complete those tasks as quickly and as simply as possible. For production environments, it provides a dynamic, small footprint run time to be able to maximize system resources. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides you...

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WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for Liberty Profile

WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for Liberty Profile

By: Sebastian Kapciak; Gabriel Knepper Mendes; Catalin Mierlea; Sergio Pinto; Anoop Ramachandra; Carla Sadtler

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-AUG-2013

Insert Date: 10-DEC-2013

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WebSphere® Application Server V8.5 includes a Liberty profile, which is a highly composable, dynamic application server profile. It is designed for two specific use cases: Developers with a smaller production runtime, and production environments. For a developer, it focuses on the tasks a developer does most frequently and makes it possible for the developer to complete those tasks as quickly and as simply as possible. For production environments, it provides a dynamic, small footprint runtime to be able to maximize system resources. This IBM® Redbooks® publication targets...

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Secure Messaging Scenarios with WebSphere MQ

Secure Messaging Scenarios with WebSphere MQ

By: T.Rob Wyatt; Glenn Baddeley; Neil Casey; Long Nguyen; Jørgen H. Pedersen; Morten Sætra

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-NOV-2012

Insert Date: 07-NOV-2013

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The differences between well-designed security and poorly designed security are not always readily apparent. Poorly designed systems give the appearance of being secure but can over-authorize users or allow access to non-users in subtle ways. The problem is that poorly designed security gives a false sense of confidence. In some ways, it is better to knowingly have no security than to have inadequate security believing it to be stronger than it actually is. But how do you tell the difference? Although it is not rocket science, designing and implementing strong security requires strong...

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Beginning Java with WebSphere

Beginning Java with WebSphere

By: Robert W. Janson

Publisher: Apress

Publication Date: 26-SEP-2013

Insert Date: 18-OCT-2013

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Beginning Java with WebSphere provides a step-by-step guide for creating and installing both client- and server-based Java applications using Rapid Application Development v8, WebSphere Application Server 8.0, and Java. Since more and more Java applications are moving to the server and using HTML for the user interface, there is a minimal amount of time spent exploring the Java GUI components. More specifically, this book covers graphical user interfaces using RAD's Visual Editor, variables, conditional logic, and application improvements/enhancements from the client side. And, from the...

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WebSphere Everyplace Access Version 4.3 Handbook for Developers

WebSphere Everyplace Access Version 4.3 Handbook for Developers

By: Juan Rodriguez; Eric Forestier; Rajkiran Guru; George Kroner; LindaMay Patterson; Huan Tran; Andre Venancio; Guillermo Villavicencio

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-NOV-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps you plan and develop mobile applications to run in a WebSphere Everyplace Access Version 4.3 environment. The information provided in this book targets business-to-employee (B2E) enterprise applications, but most of the scenarios presented will apply to business-to-consumer (B2C) applications as well. In this book, you will find step-by-step examples and scenarios showing ways to integrate your enterprise applications into a WebSphere Everyplace Access environment using the WebSphere Studio Site Developer and the Everyplace Toolkit as well as...

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New Capabilities in IBM WebSphere Transcoding Publisher Version 3.5 Extending Web Applications to the Pervasive World

New Capabilities in IBM WebSphere Transcoding Publisher Version 3.5 Extending Web Applications to the Pervasive World

By: Juan Rodriguez; Bernard Dakar; Fabio Luis Marras; Craig Schreder; Satoru Suzuki; Erasmus Tapera

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 30-MAY-2001

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps you to understand the IBM WebSphere Transcoding Publisher (WTP) Version 3.5 product. It focuses on new technologies implemented in this release and helps you plan, install and configure WTP in the supported models. For example, you will find information on how to configure WTP to run as a proxy server, reverse proxy, as a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) filter, or simply as JavaBeans within user applications. In this book, we have included information about new transcoders, new stylesheet support, and new techniques for text clipping...

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A Comprehensive Guide to IBM WebSphere Host Publisher Version 3.5

A Comprehensive Guide to IBM WebSphere Host Publisher Version 3.5

By: Juan R. Rodriguez; Vikram Belapurkar; Renata Carvalho; Alberto Filomeno; Wallace Queixas; Oliver Quixchan

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-SEP-2001

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps you to understand the functions provided by the IBM WebSphere Host Publisher Version 3.5 release. It focuses on the architectures and technologies implemented in this release, and helps you plan, install, configure and deploy your Host Access applications (3270, 5250) quickly in a wide variety of environments. In this book, you will find information on the installation, configuration and customization of these applications using the IBM WebSphere Host Publisher Version 3.5 Studio to create Integration Objects that can be accessed from JavaServer Pages...

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Access Integration Pattern using IBM WebSphere Portal Server

Access Integration Pattern using IBM WebSphere Portal Server

By: Michele Galic; Johan Edling; Chris Hisler; Paul Holm; Wesley King; Santosh K M; Remy Tiffon

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 15-NOV-2001

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The Patterns for e-business are a group of proven, reusable assets that can speed up the process of developing applications. The Access Integration pattern is an emerging pattern that describes the services and components commonly required to provide users with consistent, seamless, device-independent access to relevant applications and information. This IBM Redbooks publication provides an example and guidelines for the Access Integration pattern. It shows how the Pattern works and documents the tasks required to build an example of it. Part 1 of the book guides you through the...

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Mobile Applications with IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access Design and Development

Mobile Applications with IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access Design and Development

By: Peter Kovari; Bernard Van Acker; Anna Marino; Jim Ryan; Kim Lun Tang; Christoph Weiss

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 01-NOV-2001

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This IBM Redbooks publication provides application designers and developers with a broad overview of mobile e-business application design and development using the WebSphere Everyplace Access V1R1 offering. The book gives an overview of the Patterns for e-business and shows how to use the Patterns in the mobile e-business environment. It also discusses the design and development guidelines for mobile e-business applications using the products bundled in the WebSphere Studio and Visual Age for Java offerings. This book provides detailed information about the sample application by...

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WCS V5.1 Performance Tuning

WCS V5.1 Performance Tuning

By: Daesung Chung; Andreas Gollwitzer; Michael Grant; Richard Thorpe; Jean-Philippe Visee; Larry Kurtz

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-JUL-2001

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WCS V5.1 Performance Tuning describes tuning techniques for WebSphere Commerce Suite V5.1. WCS V5 is built on a new framework based on IBM WebSphere Application Server. One of the main subjects discussed in this book is studying the effects of the newly introduced Java technology. This IBM Redbooks publication covers the implications of WCS V5.1 in terms of performance, and covers the tuning techniques you will need for use with the new environment. e-Commerce administrators and developers will find it a useful addition to their technical library. The contents of this book have...

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IBM WebSphere Commerce Suite V4.1 for OS/390: First Steps

IBM WebSphere Commerce Suite V4.1 for OS/390: First Steps

By: Erich Amrehn; Don Bagwell; Nick Carlin; Dave Hauser

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 04-APR-2001

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WebSphere Commerce Suite V 4.1 is the latest offering in support of e-commerce for OS/390. It is a flexible, scalable, secure application suite that makes it easy to produce functionality for net-based commerce solutions. This IBM Redbooks publication describes the architecture and features of WebSphere Commerce Suite, as well as presenting a review of the features carried forward from the predecessor product, Net.Commerce V3.1.2 for OS/390. This book helps you plan for, install, configure, and tailor WebSphere Commerce Suite for OS/390. Detailed instructions for migrating from...

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WebSphere Application Server V7 Administration and Configuration Guide

WebSphere Application Server V7 Administration and Configuration Guide

By: Carla Sadtler; Fabio Albertoni; Leonard Blunt; Michael Connolly; Stefan Kwiatkowski; Thayaparan Shanmugaratnam; Henrik Sjostrand; Saori Tanikawa; Margaret Ticknor; Joerg-Ulrich Veser

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 26-MAR-2010

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides system administrators and developers with the knowledge to configure a WebSphere® Application Server V7 runtime environment, to package and deploy applications, and to perform ongoing management of the WebSphere environment. As one in a series of IBM Redbooks publications and Redpapers™ publications for V7, the entire series is designed to give you in-depth information about key WebSphere Application Server features. In this book, we provide a detailed exploration of the WebSphere Application Server V7 runtime administration process. The book...

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WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Concepts, Planning, and Design Guide

WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Concepts, Planning, and Design Guide

By: Fabio Albertoni; Jan Bajerski; Davide Barillari; Libor Cada; Susan Hanson; Guo Liang Huang; Rispna Jain; Gabriel Knepper Mendes; Catalin Mierlea; Shishir Narain; Sergio Pinto; Jennifer Ricciuti; Carla Sadtler; Christian Steege

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 01-AUG-2013

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about the concepts, planning, and design of IBM WebSphere® Application Server V8.5 environments. The target audience of this book is IT architects and consultants who want more information about the planning and design of application-serving environments, from small to large, and complex implementations. This book addresses the packaging and features in WebSphere Application Server, and highlights the most common implementation topologies. It provides information about planning for specific tasks and components that conform to the...

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WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for the Full Profile

WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for the Full Profile

By: Fabio Albertoni; Tanja Baumann; Yogesh Bhatia; Eduardo Monich Fronza; Marcio da Ros Gomes; Sebastian Kapciak; Catalin Mierlea; Sergio Pinto; Anoop Ramachandra; Liang Rui; Miguel Troncoso

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-JUL-2013

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides system administrators and developers with the knowledge to configure an IBM WebSphere® Application Server Version 8.5 runtime environment, to package and deploy applications, and to perform ongoing management of the WebSphere environment. As one in a series of IBM Redbooks publications and IBM Redpapers™ publications for V8.5, the entire series is designed to give you in-depth information about key WebSphere Application Server features. WebSphere Application Server V8.5 provides two runtime profiles. Every WebSphere Application Server package...

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IBM WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances

IBM WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances

By: Ashley Earl; Fernando Ewald; Dr. Chris Poole; Pablo Sanchez

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 19-APR-2013

Insert Date: 12-AUG-2013

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IBM® WebSphere® Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances simplifies the management and monitoring of environments that consist of multiple IBM WebSphere DataPower® Appliances. This web-based application provides centralized multi-appliance administration to support daily WebSphere DataPower Appliance operation. WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances provides the following key services: Centralized firmware management Disaster recovery Domain and service configuration Configuration life cycle...

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WebSphere MQ in a z/OS Parallel Sysplex Environment

WebSphere MQ in a z/OS Parallel Sysplex Environment

By: Eugene Deborin

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 24-OCT-2002

Insert Date: 19-NOV-2012

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This IBM Redbooks publication looks at the latest enhancements to WebSphere MQ for z/OS and shows how you can make use of the z/OS Parallel Sysplex to improve throughput and availability of your message-driven applications. It helps you configure and customize your system to use shared queues in a high-availability environment and to migrate from earlier releases. In the first part of the book, we provide an overview of z/OS Parallel Sysplex Technologies that you can integrate into your WebSphere MQ solution. We describe: - z/OS Resource Recovery Services (RRS) - Automatic Restart Manager...

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iSeries Access for Web V5R2 and WebSphere Host Publisher V4.0

iSeries Access for Web V5R2 and WebSphere Host Publisher V4.0

By: Sungsim Park; Andy Hagger; Benjamin Jansky; Paul Masschelein; Kevin O'Connor

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-SEP-2002

Insert Date: 19-NOV-2012

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iSeries Access for Web (5722-XH2) - the latest offering in the iSeries Access Family (5722-XW1) product - offers Web browser-based access to IBM eServer iSeries servers. iSeries Access for Web helps leverage business information, applications, and resources across an enterprise by extending the iSeries resources to the client desktop through a Web browser. IBM WebSphere Host Publisher 4.0 (5724-B81) can modernize host applications or replace traditional character-based interfaces with a Web look and feel. These host applications can run directly from any standard Web browser. Host Publisher...