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Integrating WebSphere Service Registry and Repository with WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 3 Nov 2009

This IBM® Redpapers™ publication, has two parts. - Part 1 discusses how to enable governance of IBM WebSphere® MQ applications by creating IBM WebSphere MQ Service Definitions and registering these services to IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. - Part 2 discusses how to access services in IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository from IBM WebSphere Message Broker to build dynamic SOA solutions. Related publications:

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    Integrating WebSphere Service Registry and Repository with IBM Tivoli Security Policy Manager
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 3 Nov 2009

    This IBM® Redpapers™ publication describes the built-in integration between IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) and IBM Tivoli Security Policy Manager (TSPM), which allows users to author policies in TSPM and attach them to services stored in WSRR. [Related publications:

  • IBM Redbooks publication: Service Lifecycle Governance with IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V6.3
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    WebSphere InterChange Server Migration Scenarios
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 25 Feb 2005, last updated 22 Oct 2009

    This IBM Redbooks publication provides a step-by-step migration guide from previous releases of WebSphere InterChange Server to Version 4.3 for AIX and Windows. A comprehensive outline of the new features of WebSphere InterChange Server after Release 4.1.1 is provided. Planning requirements and pre-migration tasks are discussed in addition to the detailed technical steps required for a successful migration. WebSphere InterChange Server, a key component of WebSphere Business Integration Server, provides the capability to enable heterogeneous business applications to exchange data. It ... [more]


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    Migrating WebSphere InterChange Server and Adapters to WebSphere Process Server V6.2 and Best Practices
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 17 Aug 2009, last updated 21 Aug 2009

    IBM® WebSphere® Process Server is the next generation business process integration server that has evolved from proven business integration concepts, application server technologies, and the latest open standards. In this IBM Redbooks® publication, we provide guidance for WebSphere InterChange Server users about how to migrate IBM WebSphere InterChange Server and WebSphere Business Integration Adapters to WebSphere Process Server. We discuss the critical concepts that are related to integration solution architecture, migration project planning, and the technical implementation approach. We ... [more]


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    Managed File Transfer for SOA using IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition
    Application Integration

    Redguide, published 3 Aug 2009

    For many organizations, the exchange of files between business systems remains a common and important integration methodology. Files are the simplest unit of data to exchange and often represent the lowest common denominator to connect disparate systems for an enterprise infrastructure. A managed file transfer system introduces control, management, and auditabilty to address problems that arise when ad-hoc file transfers are used to integrate or connect business systems in the enterprise. IBM® WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition provides an enterprise-grade managed file transfer capability ... [more]


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    IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Solution Overview
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 29 Jul 2009

    IBM® WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition provides an enterprise-grade managed file transfer capability that is both robust and easy to use. WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition exploits the proven reliability and connectivity of WebSphere MQ to transfer files across a wide range of platforms and networks. WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition takes advantage of existing WebSphere MQ networks, and you can integrate it easily with existing file transfer systems. This IBM Redpaper publication provides an introduction to the design, function, and use of WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition and describes ... [more]


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    Migrating WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation to WebSphere Process Server V6.2 and Best Practices
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 16 Jun 2009

    In this IBM Redbooks publication, we discuss the concepts, planning, and migration paths that you must understand before attempting to migrate source artifacts, which are created by using IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition 5.1, to IBM WebSphere Integration Developer 6.2. We also discuss how to migrate models that are developed in WebSphere Business Integration Modeler 5.1 to WebSphere Business Modeler 6.2. In this book, we discuss the new features and differences between WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation and WebSphere Process Server 6.2. We cover ... [more]


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    DataPower XM70 Use Cases and Patterns
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 26 May 2009

    This IBM® Redpaper™ publication gives a broad understanding of the WebSphere DataPower XM70 Low Latency Messaging appliance. After a brief introduction to low latency messaging, various messaging patterns are discussed along with configuration details for implementing each pattern. The book wraps up with a section on troubleshooting and performance monitoring specific to the XM70. This Redpaper publication is intended for individuals who require a better understanding of low latency messaging and how it is implemented on the DataPower XM70. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with ... [more]


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    IBM WebSphere DataPower B2B Appliance XB60 Revealed
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 24 Apr 2009

    The IBM® WebSphere® DataPower® B2B Appliance XB60 is a purpose-built, easy-to-use appliance that incorporates business-to-business (B2B) and integration functions into a consolidated B2B-i solution, providing a high-performance and security-enhanced B2B solution for trading partner connections. Part 1 of this IBM Redbooks® publication provides a brief introduction to B2B and how the technology has evolved over the years along with a description of the most common B2B technologies and an overview of the IBM Software Services for WebSphere B2B Deployment methodology. Part 2 of this book ... [more]


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    B2B Appliances: Creating Customer Value Through Exceptional B2B Messaging Performance and Security
    Application Integration

    Redguide, published 17 Mar 2009

    As organizations move to on demand businesses by implementing a service-oriented architecture (SOA), the largest barriers continue to be implementation complexity, cost-prohibitive scalability, and data security. To recognize improved time to value companies are looking for opportunities to consolidate functions into single-purpose built solutions that provide exceptional performance, easy deployment, ease of use, and a low total cost of ownership. In this IBM® Redguide™ publication we discuss how the IBM WebSphere® DataPower® B2B Appliance redefines the boundaries of middleware by ... [more]


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    Using the New Features in WebSphere Message Broker V6.1
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 30 Jan 2009

    WebSphere® Message Broker V6.1 was released in December of 2007. This IBM® Redpaper publication discusses the new features and editions available with this release. It highlights several of the new features and provides information on how they can be used to enhance your messaging solutions. This paper is of interest to architects who are building messaging or enterprise service bus (ESB) solutions, as well as to the implementers of WebSphere Message Broker ... [more]


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    WebSphere MQ V7.0 Features and Enhancements
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 23 Jan 2009, last updated 26 Jan 2009

    This IBM® Red paper books® publication is divided into three parts: * Part 1, "Introduction" on page1, provides an introduction to message-oriented middleware and the WebSphere® MQ product. We discuss the concept of messaging, explaining what is new in WebSphere MQ V7.0 and how it is implemented. An overview is provided on how it fits within the service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework. * Part 2, "WebSphere MQ V7.0 enhancements and changes" on page 41, explains the new WebSphere MQ V7.0 features and enhancements in detail and includes compatibility and the migration considerations from ... [more]


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    SOA Approach to Enterprise Integration for Product Lifecycle Management
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 23 Oct 2008, last updated 14 Nov 2008

    This IBM Redbooks Publication documents the Product Development Integration Framework (PDIF) architectural approach towards Enterprise Integration around the Product Lifecycle Management application space. The primary focus being the integration of Product Data Management (PDM) systems to other PDM systems and PDM systems to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, mainly SAP. The objective of this Redbooks Publication is to document the lessons learned (best practices) and articulate the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Integration Framework that the PDIF team has developed over ... [more]


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    DataPower Architectural Design Patterns: Integrating and Securing Services Across Domains
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 13 Oct 2008

    IBM® WebSphere® DataPower® SOA Appliances are purpose-built network devices that offer a wide variety of functionality such as the securing and management of SOA Applications, enterprise service bus integration, and high speed XSL execution. A hardened appliance, DataPower provides robust security features including tamper protection of the device itself. This IBM Redbooks publication was written for application architects and other consultants who want to include DataPower appliances in their solutions for reasons of speed, security, or ESB integration. The topics include DataPower ... [more]


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    SOA Policy Management
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 24 Sep 2008

    When approaching a topic such as policy in the context of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) discussion, there is a tendency to start at the top and work down. While having a good sense of the top-level perspective on policy is essential, it is often not practical to wait until the entire realm of policies has been defined before introducing selected aspects of policy management in an SOA solution. Often, the best approach in a new discipline is to set a general direction and then begin to build something concrete in order to test the theory and the mechanics of the execution. This ... [more]


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    IBM WebSphere Telecommunications Web Services Server Programming Guide
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 15 Sep 2008

    This IBM Redbooks publication is a programming guide that provides developers with the information they need to create new Web service implementations for IBM WebSphere Telecommunications Web Services Server. IBM WebSphere Telecommunications Web Services Server allows you to expose high-level Web service interfaces to network services for third parties. Third parties are typically external service providers, customers, or organizational divisions that want to develop new services that integrate with the service provider network infrastructure. Web service interfaces provide access to service ... [more]


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    WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance: The XML Management Interface
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 11 Sep 2008

    The XML Management Interface is the third way to configure and administer the WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance. The other two are the WebGUI and the CLI. The DataPower device can be completely configured and managed through the XML Management Interface. If enabled, this interface allows administrators to send status and configuration requests to the DataPower appliance through a standard SOAP interface, using SOAP messages. The Appliance Management Protocol (AMP) is a series of commands developed after SOAP. AMP is simple to use and is independent of any firmware version, thereby providing ... [more]


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    Implementing Technology to Support SOA Governance and Management
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 19 Dec 2007, last updated 29 Aug 2008

    Implementing SOA governance and management requires the consideration of three pillars: people, process, and technology. This IBM® Redbooks® publication addresses the third pillar, technology, demonstrating how to build advanced SOA solutions, and is intended for Technology professionals, Program Managers, Business Analysts, and Business Sponsors, including C-level executives. The first part introduces SOA governance and management, defines the IBM SOA governance and management method of plan, define, enable, and measure, and addresses the IBM SOA Foundation, SOA metadata, and the service ... [more]


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    DataPower Problem Determination Techniques
    Application Integration

    Redpaper, published 5 Aug 2008

    This IBM Redpaper provides a guide to many aspects of problem determination on a DataPower appliance, with an emphasis on powerful troubleshooting utilities. By stepping through various interrelated scenarios, the reader is exposed to useful ways of detecting problems, applying fixes, and verifying that the changes solve the problem at hand.


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    Business Activity Monitoring with WebSphere Business Monitor V6.1
    Application Integration

    Redbooks, published 30 Jul 2008

    Business activity monitoring (BAM) is a solution that provides real-time tracking of business events, including the tracking of business processes, operational activities, and business situations. The business events that drive business activity monitoring can be sent by a variety of applications and technologies. The collected event information is available in the form of dashboards. Through step-by-step hands-on examples, in this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we explore how you can use IBM WebSphere® Business Monitor V6.1 to track business events from a variety of applications. We discuss ... [more]


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