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7341. 

IBM Technology for Java Virtual Machine in IBM i5/OS

IBM Technology for Java Virtual Machine in IBM i5/OS

By: Aleksandr Nartovich; Adam Smye-Rumsby; Paul Stimets; George Weaver

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 14-FEB-2007

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This IBM Redbook gives a broad understanding of a new 32-bit Java Virtual Machine (JVM) in IBM i5/OS. With the arrival of this new JVM, IBM System i platform now comfortably supports Java and WebSphere applications on a wide array of different server models: from entry size boxes to the huge enterprise systems. This book provides in-depth information about setting Java and IBM WebSphere environments with new 32-bit JVM, tuning its performance, and monitoring or troubleshooting its runtime with the new set of tools. Information in this IBM Redbook helps system architects, Java application...

7342. 

Solaris to Linux Migration: A Guide for System Administrators

Solaris to Linux Migration: A Guide for System Administrators

By: Mark Brown; Chuck Davis; William Dy; Paul Ionescu; Jeff Richardson; Kurt Taylor; Robbie Williamson; Chris Almond

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

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The goal of this IBM Redbook is to provide a technical reference for IT systems administrators in organizations that are considering a migration from Solaris to Linux-based systems. We present a systems administrator view of the technical differences and methods necessary to complete a successful migration to Linux-based systems, including coverage of how those differences translate to two major Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. The book is designed primarily to be a reference work for the experienced Solaris 8 or 9 system administrator...

7343. 

IBM WebSphere QualityStage Methodologies, Standardization, and Matching

IBM WebSphere QualityStage Methodologies, Standardization, and Matching

By: Nagraj Alur; Alok Kumar Jha; Barry Rosen; Torben Skov

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-JUN-2008

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IBM WebSphere QualityStage provides data cleansing capabilities to help ensure quality and consistency by standardizing, validating, matching, and merging information to create comprehensive and authoritative information for multiple uses. IBM Information Server is a revolutionary software platform that helps organizations derive more value from the complex heterogeneous information that is spread across their systems. It enables organizations to integrate disparate data and deliver trusted information wherever and whenever needed, in line and in context, to specific...

7344. 

IBM eServer p5 590 and 595 System Handbook

IBM eServer p5 590 and 595 System Handbook

By: Scott Vetter; Peter Domberg; Nia Kelley; TaiJung Kim; Ding Wei

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-MAR-2005

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This IBM Redbook explains the IBM eServer p5 models 590 and 595 (9119-590, 9119-595), a new level of UNIX servers providing world-class performance, availability, and flexibility. Ideal for on demand computing environments, data center implementation, application service providers, and high performance computing, this new class of high-end servers include mainframe-inspired self-management and security to meet your most demanding needs. The IBM eServer p5 590 and 595 provide an expandable, high-end enterprise solution for managing the computing requirements necessary to become an on demand...

7345. 

IBM AIX Version 6.1 Differences Guide

IBM AIX Version 6.1 Differences Guide

By: Scott Vetter; Roman Aleksic; Ismael "Numi" Castillo; Rosa Fernandez; Armin Röll; Nobuhiko Watanabe

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-MAR-2008

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This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the differences introduced in IBM AIX Version 6.1 when compared to AIX 5L Version 5.3. It is intended to help system administrators, developers, and users understand these enhancements and evaluate potential benefits in their own environments. AIX Version 6.1 introduces many new features, including workload partitions, advanced security, continuous availability, and managing and monitoring enhancements. There are many other new features available with AIX Version 6.1, and you can explore them all in this publication. For clients...

7346. 

Deployment Guide Series: IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Version 5.4

Deployment Guide Series: IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Version 5.4

By: Bart Jacob; Alexandre Guedes; Chris Hildebrand; Klavs Kabell; Marcia Kubo

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 07-MAR-2007

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The objective of this IBM Redbook is to provide broad instructions about deploying the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager to various environments. Readers must have general knowledge about communication network architecture and design, basic sizing of the Tivoli Storage Manager database, and basic pool management of TSM servers. This document is intended to be read and used by pre-sales systems engineers and services personnel to build customized deployment of the Tivoli Storage Manager. A significant amount of knowledge of Tivoli Storage Manager is expected, and ideally the reader...

7347. 

Deploying Oracle 10g RAC on AIX V5 with GPFS

Deploying Oracle 10g RAC on AIX V5 with GPFS

By: Octavian Lascu; Harald Hammershøi; Mustafa Mah; Michel Passet; Maciej Przepiórka; SeongLul Son

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-MAY-2008

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This IBM Redbooks publication helps you architect, install, tailor, and configure Oracle 10g RAC on System p™ clusters running AIX®. We describe the architecture and how to design, plan, and implement a highly available infrastructure for Oracle database using IBM General Parallel File System (GPFS) V3.1. This book gives a broad understanding of how Oracle 10g RAC can use and benefit the virtualization facilities embedded in System p architecture and how to efficiently use the tremendous computing power and availability characteristics of the POWER5 hardware and AIX 5L operating...

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Deployment Guide Series: IBM Tivoli CCMDB Overview and Deployment Planning

Deployment Guide Series: IBM Tivoli CCMDB Overview and Deployment Planning

By: Bart Jacob; Michael Brokmann; Scott Dickerson; Douglas Barranqueiros Gomes; Rainer Hoppen; Arsalan Lodhi; Kapil Madaan; Annelie Meels-Kurz; Rosemeire Oikawa; Tadeu Stellet Teixeira

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-MAY-2008

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The IBM Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database (CCMDB) is one of the key components of the IBM Service Management (ISM) strategy. It is the foundation for automating and supporting Change and Configuration Management processes as described by the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). This IBM Redbooks publication provides information that can be used by clients, Business Partners, or IBM field personnel who are looking to engage in an effort to implement Change and Configuration Management processes in an enterprise environment utilizing the IBM Tivoli Change...

7349. 

IBM BladeCenter JS21: The POWER of Blade Innovation

IBM BladeCenter JS21: The POWER of Blade Innovation

By: Stephen Hochstetler; Benjamin Ebrahimi; Tom Junkin; Bernhard Zeller

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 03-OCT-2006

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Blade servers have captured the industry focus because of their efficient, powerful technology and their modular design, which reduces cost with a more efficient use of valuable floor space. They offer simplified management, which can help to speed up tasks such as installing, provisioning, updating, and troubleshooting hundreds of blade servers. You can do all of this remotely using one graphical console with IBM Director systems management tools or cluster management software such as Cluster Systems Management (CSM). This IBM Redbook takes an in-depth look at the IBM BladeCenter JS21....

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IBM System p5 Approaches to 24x7 Availability Including AIX 5L

IBM System p5 Approaches to 24x7 Availability Including AIX 5L

By: Scott Vetter; Bruno Blanchard; Steve Edwards; Brad Gough; Hans Mozes

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 07-AUG-2006

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This IBM Redbook focuses on the technology, serviceability, and features that are used by the IBM eServer p5 and IBM System p5 servers, which allow you to make your server one of the most reliable and available parts of your IT infrastructure. This redbook explains how the server availability can be improved by: - Proper planning of the server environment and configuration - Understanding the role of the service processors and firmware components, and how they can be best configured and managed -Using high availability and redundancy features provided by the AIX 5L operating...

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Virtualization and Clustering Best Practices Using IBM System p Servers

Virtualization and Clustering Best Practices Using IBM System p Servers

By: Dino Quintero; Liviu Rosca; Martin Vanous; Richard Wale; Jun Yoshino; Octavian Lascu

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 15-MAY-2007

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This IBM Redbooks publication highlights and demonstrates, through practical examples, clustering technologies, and principles that involve IBM System p servers and various IBM management software. Different viewpoints are exposed and analyzed, to help reveal areas of importance that may be exploited in reducing the total cost of ownership of your IT environment. This book will help you install, tailor, and configure IBM System p5 and exploit its advanced features, such as Advanced POWER Virtualization , which provides new ways to get more out of your machine and therefore more from your...

7352. 

IBM eServer i5 and iSeries System Handbook: IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 3 October 2004

IBM eServer i5 and iSeries System Handbook: IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 3 October 2004

By: Susan Powers; Matthew Bedernjak; Celia Burke; Mary Cheever; Louis Cuypers; Harold Distler; Greg Hidalgo; Miroslav Iwachow; Axel Lachman; Henry Matos; Glen McClymont; Lori O'Dell; Samit Saliceti; Jerry Watson

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-MAR-2005

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The new IBM eServer i5 servers extend the IBM eServer iSeries family. They are the first servers in the industry based on the leading-edge IBM POWER5 64-bit microprocessor. Today’s eServer i5 servers give the flexibility to move from one generation of technology to another without disrupting a company’s business. IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 3, the next generation of OS/400, features support for multiple operating systems and application environments on a single, simplified platform. eServer i5 servers do more with less. This twenty-seventh edition of the IBM eServer i5 and...

7353. 

Exploring Systems Monitoring for CICS Transaction Gateway V7.1 for z/OS

Exploring Systems Monitoring for CICS Transaction Gateway V7.1 for z/OS

By: Chris Rayns; Antonella Bertoletti; Graham Hannington; Jim Harrison; Simon Knights; Yvonne Matute; Shahrokh Nezamzadeh; Phil Wakelin; Chris Walker

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 03-APR-2008

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How can you manage your CICS Transaction Gateway systems on z/OS so as to meet the growing availability and performance requirements of your business? The CICS Transaction Gateway V7.1 provides a wealth of new systems monitoring functionality, and together with the new IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for CICS TG product and the support for CICS TG statistics in CICS Performance Analyzer for z/OS (CICS PA), provides you with a set of enhanced capacity planning and problem determination capabilities. The first part of this IBM Redbooks publication concentrates on product installation and...

7354. 

WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V6: High Availability Solutions

WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V6: High Availability Solutions

By: Birgit Roehm; Adeline Chun; William Joly; Tim Klubertanz; Li-Fang Lee; Hong Min; Yoshiki Nakajima; Nagaraj Nunna; Terry O'Brien; Kristi Peterson; Jens Rathgeber; Michael Schmitt

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-OCT-2005

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This IBM Redbook discusses the high availability aspects of IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V6 and high availability of related components, such as the Web servers or directory servers. This book discusses in detail: - High availability concepts. - WebSphere Application Server clustering considerations, the failover process, the WebSphere HAManager, and WebSphere component's reactions to failures. - High availability system administration, such as application management, hardware replacement or upgrade, and software upgrades. - WebSphere Node Agent and Deployment...

7355. 

z/OS Version 1 Release 7 Implementation

z/OS Version 1 Release 7 Implementation

By: Paul Rogers; Thomas Gabert; Amr Khafagy; Lutz Kuehner; Luiz Maia; Marc Muntane; Diana Nakajima; Andre Pradier; Anthony Soares; Claudia Tomas; David Welch

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 26-JAN-2006

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This IBM Redbook describes the new functions of z/OS Version 1 Release 7. These functions further strengthen the zSeries platform with enhancements designed to deliver increased availability of z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX), to support new security standards, and to improve enterprise-wide workload management. Enhancements are made to the following areas: Application integration with enhancements to the zSeries File System (zFS) Enhanced security with Communications Server support for IP filtering, Internet Key Exchange (IKE), and Virtual Private network (VPN), without requiring the...

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WebSphere MQ Version 6 and Web Services

WebSphere MQ Version 6 and Web Services

By: Saida Davies; Craig Both; Gary O'Connor; Sushil Sharma; Paul Slater; Ope Soyannwo; Jerry L Stevens

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-OCT-2006

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This IBM Redbook illustrates how to integrate WebSphere MQ technology in a Web Services environment. This book provides information about and examples pertaining to this topic, including the fundamental concepts, the technology, and the advanced programming features to help you succeed in your projects. Web Services are fast becoming the platform for application integration. In fact, they are being referred to as the fundamental building blocks of Service-Oriented Architectures. Web Services expedite the move to distributed computing on the Internet or between businesses. WebSphere...

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Planning and Managing the Deployment of WebSphere Commerce

Planning and Managing the Deployment of WebSphere Commerce

By: Peter Swithinbank; Charles Ackeifi; Jennifer Allan; Christopher McCollum; Nevine Helmy; N Krishnan (Kitty); Peter Woo; Li Xie

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 09-JUN-2008

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To be successful on the Web, you have to run eCommerce as you would run a bricks and mortar store - like a business. You not only must build an attractive storefront on the Web, you then have to keep looking for ways to turn browsers into customers, and then make sure you keep your customers returning by giving them high quality service. WebSphere® Commerce is about much more than building an attractive eCommerce Web site to display and sell from a catalog of products. It is about running a competitive eCommerce business, running marketing campaigns and promotions to generate sales,...

7358. 

Experiences with Oracle® 10gR2 Solutions on Linux for IBM System z

Experiences with Oracle® 10gR2 Solutions on Linux for IBM System z

By: Lydia Parziale; Kathryn Arrell; Dennis Dutcavich; Terry Elliott; Bruce Frank; Erik Kane

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 16-FEB-2007

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This IBM Redbook describes experiences gained while installing and testing several Oracle® solutions, such as: - Single Instance of Oracle Database 10gR2 - Including sharing ORACLE_HOME and Cloning Oracle databases - RAC Instance of Oracle Database 10gR2 using raw devices, block devices, or OCFS2 files - Oracle E-Business Suite 11.5.10.2 with a split configuration database on Linux on System z - Oracle AS10g Interested readers include database consultants, installers, administrators, and system programmers. This IBM Redbook is not meant to replace Oracle documentation; it documents our...

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Integrating AIX into Heterogeneous LDAP Environments

Integrating AIX into Heterogeneous LDAP Environments

By: Chris Almond; Ed Geraghty; Philip Hsieh; Martin Loewer; Bill Moraca; John Tesch

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

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This IBM Redbook is a technical planning reference for IT organizations that are adding AIX 5L clients to an existing LDAP authentication and user management environment. It presents integration scenarios for the AIX 5L LDAP client with IBM Tivoli Directory Server, the Sun ONE Directory Server, and Microsoft Active Directory. The sample integration scenarios can be used as a road map for administrators migrating AIX 5L users from traditional local file authentication to an LDAP server, or for adding new AIX 5L boxes to an environment where there are users already defined in...

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Application Development for CICS Web Services

Application Development for CICS Web Services

By: Chris Rayns; Isabel Arnold; Chris Backhouse; Leigh Compton; David Evans; Jim Hollingsworth; William Yates

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-MAY-2006

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This IBM Redbook focuses on developing Web service applications in CICS. It takes the broad view of developing and modernizing CICS applications for XML, Web services, SOAP, and SOA support, and lays out a reference architecture for developing these kinds of applications. We start by discussing Web services in general, then review how CICS implements Web services. We offer an overview of different development approaches: bottom-up, top-down, and meet-in-the-middle. After laying out the foundations, we review the CICS catalog manager sample application, as this is the application we used...