IBM eServer and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Technology Foundation: Ensuring a High Quality of Service

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 16 August 2005

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ISBN-10: 0738493724
ISBN-13: 9780738493725
IBM Form #: SG24-6308-01
(134 pages)

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Authors: Susan Powers, Glenn Hostetler


Technology Foundation from Oracle is an integration of the IBM world-class middleware with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application software. Technology Foundation provides a robust Web interface complete with collaboration and portal technology.
This IBM Redbooks publication covers the Technology Foundation components.

Part one discusses the steps to help you prepare for installing Technology Foundation. It helps you to determine your failover and security requirements prior to ordering hardware. Plus, it explains how to select a supported architecture for JD Edwards' EnterpriseOne Technology Foundation that:

  • Protects your enterprise from expensive downtime
  • Secures your sensitive corporate and customer information
  • Is properly configured, fast, and maintainable

Part two examines issues that arise after you install Technology Foundation. It provides guidance to help you configure and tune Technology Foundation for high transaction volumes. This part also provides best practices to help you manage and maintain Technology Foundation.

This book is written for clients who want to improve the availability of their business. It also targets Oracle clients who are preparing to purchase EnterpriseOne Technology Foundation. It is also designed to help hardware vendors who work with the JD Edwards Technology Foundation clients.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. What Technology Foundation is
Part 1. Before installation
Chapter 2. Methods and requirements
Chapter 3. Logical architecture selection
Part 2. After installation
Chapter 4. Configuring and tuning Technology Foundation for high transaction volumes
Chapter 5. Managing Technology Foundation
Appendix A. Sample logical architecture selection document

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