z/OS Getting Started: WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 01 February 2007
IBM Form #: SG24-7378-00
Authors: Martin Keen, Niall Betteridge, Diego Cardalliaguet, Antonio Carlos Ferrari, Andreas Groeschl, Eugene Kuehlthau, Marilza Maia, Satish Mamindla, Kevin Senior, Frances Williams
WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus for z/OS enable your organization to run the latest service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications on your z/Series hardware.
This IBM Redbooks publication provides an introduction to these products on z/OS, gives detailed step-by-step instructions to install and configure these products, and provides examples of common operational tasks.
Part one of this book introduces WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus for z/OS, describing how these products fit into an SOA solution and how they take advantage of z/OS capabilities.
Part two provides detailed configuration guidance. Simple WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus configurations are described to get you started. Subsequent chapters show how to build a more complex WebSphere Process Server environment by introducing DB2, Network Deployment, and clustering.
Part three introduces operational considerations. Administration is discussed, connectivity to backend systems is demonstrated using a scenario to access CICS Transaction Server, and human tasks on z/OS are explained.
Table of contents
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Key technologies of SOA implementation on System z
Chapter 2. WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus on z/OS
Chapter 3. Qualities of service overview
Part 2. Installation and configuration
Chapter 4. Plan for installation
Chapter 5. Configure a standalone WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus with Cloudscape
Chapter 6. Configure a standalone WebSphere Process Server with Cloudscape
Chapter 7. Configure standalone WebSphere Process Server with DB2
Chapter 8. Configure WebSphere Process Server Network Deployment
Chapter 9. Create a WebSphere Process Server cluster
Chapter 10. Verify the WebSphere Process Server configuration
Chapter 11. Troubleshooting
Part 3. Operational considerations
Chapter 12. Administration
Chapter 13. Integration with backend systems
Chapter 14. Human tasks on z/OS
Appendix A. Additional material
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