Creating Integrated IBM WebSphere Solutions using Application Lifecycle Management
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 21 December 2014
IBM Form #: SG24-8243-00
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Authors: Emrah Barkana, Antonella Bertoletti, Stefano Bussaglia, Ernest Calalang, Sebastian Kapciak, Leonardo Olivera, Sergio Polastri, Fabio Silva
This IBM® Redbooks® publication demonstrates, through a practical solution and step-by-step implementation instructions, how customers can use the IBM Rational® Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) portfolio to build and manage an integrated IBM WebSphere® Application. Building a business application (mobile and desktop) that uses WebSphere Application Server, IBM MQ, IBM Integration Bus (IIB), Business Process Management (BPM), Operational Decision Management (ODM), and Mobile.
IBM Redpaper™ publication, Rapid deployment of integrated WebSphere solutions in your cloud, REDP-5132, is an extension to this IBM Redbooks publication. Using the same practical solution covered in this Redbooks publication, REDP-5132 demonstrates how the IBM PureApplication® System is a "logical extension" versus a "whole new world", covering PureApplication Patterns and the new PureApplication as a service on Softlayer.
The intended audience for this book is architects, developers, administrators, and DevOps personnel.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Solution overview
Chapter 3. Using Application Lifecycle Management on a software development project
Chapter 4. Configuring the IBM Business Process Manager integrated with the IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Manager
Chapter 5. Creating solution artifacts
Chapter 6. Rapid application deployment using IBM UrbanCode Deploy
Chapter 7. Quality management and the software development project
Appendix A. Integrating the Eclipse environment with IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management
Appendix B. Importing solution applications
Appendix C. Database definitions
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