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SOA Policy, Service Gateway, and SLA Management
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 1 Apr 2013

This IBM® Redbooks® publication teaches you how to automate your runtime policy by using a centralized policy management system. The SOA Policy Solution provides a centralized policy administration, enforcement, and monitoring for runtime policies that enable traffic management for service level agreement enforcement, service mediation, and other customized policies. Policies can be defined once and reused among multiple services, thus enabling a standardized, consistent approach to a runtime policy that saves time and money for implementation and maintenance of non-functional requirements ... [more]


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IBM WebSphere MQ V7.1 and V7.5 Features and Enhancements
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 28 Feb 2013

This IBM® Redbooks® publication is divided into four parts: Part 1 introduces message-oriented middleware and the WebSphere® MQ product. It explains how messaging technologies are implemented in WebSphere MQ and shows how to get started with configuring a WebSphere MQ environment. This part briefly lists the new features of WebSphere MQ V7.1 and V7.5. Part 2 introduces the enhancements to WebSphere MQ in Version 7 Release 1. It provides a description of the new features, their business value, and usage examples. It describes enhancements to WebSphere MQ for multiplatforms and z/OS®. Examples ... [more]


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Integrating Two Cloud Services with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Live
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 19 Feb 2013

You can use the IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® Live functions from Websphere Cast Iron to synchonize calendars between a customer relationship management (CRM) system and a customer's calendar application. This solution guide describes the business value, integration concepts, and an overview of how to develop the synchronization process.


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Integrating ERP and CRM Applications with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 22 Jan 2013

An integration solution must bridge the gap between the on-premise existing systems and new cloud applications, platform, and infrastructure, providing a rapid and easy-to-use method of setting up the integrations. IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® provides a solution that meets the challenge of integrating cloud applications with on-premise systems, cloud applications-to-cloud applications, and on-premise to on-premise applications. For example, the WebSphere Cast Iron solution can help to synchronize account records between an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and a cloud-based customer ... [more]


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Centralized Policy Administration, Enforcement, and Monitoring for Runtime Policies
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 15 Jan 2013, last updated 21 Jan 2013

The SOA Policy Solution provides centralized policy administration, enforcement, and monitoring for runtime policies that enable traffic management for service level agreement (SLA) enforcement, service mediation, and other customized policies. Business users can employ the SOA Policy Solution to help create the SLAs for their business services to deliver on promises for business performance. IT architects can use the SOA Policy Solution to create policy solution patterns that will standardize the runtime policy usage at their organization. Developers select specific policy patterns to ... [more]


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Hybrid Cloud Integration and Monitoring with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 13 Dec 2012

Cloud computing is fast emerging as a new consumption and delivery model for IT solutions. Two distinct cloud patterns have evolved. Private clouds are custom cloud applications that are on premise to companies. Public clouds are owned and managed by a service provider and are delivered on a pay-per-use basis. Although the debate between the use of private versus public cloud continues, the industry is moving ever faster toward a hybrid solution. Hybrid clouds address the integration of traditional IT environments with one or more clouds, private and public. IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® along ... [more]


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Universal Messaging with IBM WebSphere MQ
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 7 Dec 2012

By implementing messaging technologies, businesses can use a consistent approach to connectivity, decoupling the business application from the complexity of handling failures, error recovery, transaction integrity, security, and scalability. IBM® WebSphere® MQ delivers universal messaging. As explained in this IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide, WebSphere MQ provides simple, rapid, reliable, and secure transport of messages and data offering flexible connectivity for applications, web services, and other programming environments. WebSphere MQ is the market-leading, message-oriented middleware ... [more]


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IBM WebSphere Message Broker and Microsoft .NET in Midmarket Solutions
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 18 Oct 2012, last updated 8 Nov 2012

IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker is a lightweight, advanced enterprise service bus (ESB) that enables the integration of data sources from a wide range of platforms across service-oriented architecture environments (SOA) and non-SOA environments. You can use IBM WebSphere Message Broker to connect applications together, regardless of the message formats or protocols that they support. This connectivity means that your diverse applications can interact and exchange data with other applications in a flexible, dynamic, and extensible infrastructure. WebSphere Message Broker routes, transforms, ... [more]


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MQTT and Arduino Devices
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 15 Oct 2012

The number of different types of devices that can benefit from MQTT implementations is growing every day. This paper shows how to use MQTT directly from the Arduino platform. The content of this Redpaper is taken from the IBM Redbooks publication Building Smarter Planet Solutions with MQTT and IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry


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Building Smarter Planet Solutions with MQTT and IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 7 Sep 2012, last updated 7 Sep 2012

MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a messaging protocol that is lightweight enough to be supported by the smallest devices, yet robust enough to ensure that important messages get to their destinations every time. With MQTT devices such as smart energy meters, cars, trains, satellite receivers, and personal health care devices can communicate with each other and with other systems or applications. This IBM® Redbooks® publication introduces MQTT and takes a scenario-based approach to demonstrate its capabilities. It provides a quick guide to getting started and then shows how to grow to an ... [more]


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Using WebSphere Message Broker V8 in Mid-Market Environments
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 31 Aug 2012

IBM WebSphere® Message Broker is a lightweight, advanced enterprise service bus (ESB) that provides a broad range of integration capabilities that enable companies to rapidly integrate internal applications and connect to partner applications. Messages from business applications can be transformed, augmented and routed to other business applications. The types and complexity of the integration required will vary by company, application types, and a number of other factors. Processing logic in WebSphere Message Broker is implemented using message flows. Through message flows, messages from ... [more]


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WebSphere MQ Telemetry
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 9 Aug 2012, last updated 22 Aug 2012

IBM® WebSphere® MQ Telemetry is a feature of IBM WebSphere MQ that extends the universal messaging backbone with the MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol to a wide range of remote sensors, actuators and telemetry devices. MQTT is a messaging protocol that is lightweight enough to be supported by the smallest devices, yet robust enough to ensure that important messages get to their destinations every time. With the MQTT protocol, such devices as smart energy meters, cars, trains, satellite receivers, and personal healthcare devices can communicate with each other and with other systems or ... [more]


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Integrating IBM Integration Designer with IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 16 Aug 2012

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication can help solution developers integrate IBM Integration Designer with IBM WebSphere® DataPower® Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) appliances. It provides step-by-step instructions for configuring the tools and deploying the developed files. Integration Designer Version 7.5 provides a new DataPower capability that designers use to create stylesheets locally and immediately deploy those stylesheets to the DataPower SOA Appliance on which a service is hosted. Integration Designer also unites two cutting-edge technologies and simplifies stylesheet development ... [more]


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Strategic Overview of WebSphere Appliances
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 2 Feb 2012

IBM® WebSphere® DataPower® appliances simplify, govern, and optimize the delivery of services and applications and enhance the security of XML and IT services. They extend the capabilities of an infrastructure by providing a multitude of functions. As IBM has grown its line of WebSphere DataPower Appliances, the capabilities have increased from the core business of service-oriented architecture (SOA) connectivity. WebSphere DataPower Appliances now serve areas of business-to-business (B2B) connectivity and web application proxying. These appliances also support Web 2.0 integration with JSON ... [more]


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Getting Started with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 11 Jan 2012, last updated 25 Jan 2012

Cloud computing provides companies with many capabilities to meet their business needs but can also mean that a hybrid architecture is created that includes on-premise systems and the cloud. Integration is needed to bridge the gap between the on-premise existing systems and the new cloud applications, platform, and infrastructure. IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® meets the challenge of integrating cloud applications with on-premise systems, cloud applications-to-cloud applications, and on-premise to on-premise applications. It contains a graphical development environment that provides built-in ... [more]


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IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Introduction and Technical Overview
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 25 Jan 2012

IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration enables companies to integrate applications, regardless of whether the applications are located on-premise or in public or private clouds. This IBM® Redpaper™ provides an overview of the core components and use of WebSphere Cast Iron Standard and Enterprise editions and includes a brief introduction to the Express edition. It covers the use of the following form factors: - The virtual appliance, WebSphere Cast Iron Hypervisor Edition - The physical appliance, WebSphere DataPower Cast Iron Appliance XH40 - The multi-tenant cloud service, WebSphere ... [more]


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Set Up Security and Integration with the DataPower XI50z for zEnterprise
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 20 Dec 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication discusses the new IBM WebSphere® DataPower® Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise™ that bridges the gap between mainframe and distributed. The DataPower XI50z (a multifunctional appliance) within the zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) is managed with a single point of control, which can help to streamline operations and maintenance. The DataPower XI50z simplifies the translation of your existing formats to XML (hardware acceleration) for easier communication and connectivity. This book will help you install, tailor, and configure the new attributes ... [more]


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Building a Service Versioning Gateway with WebSphere ESB and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V7.5
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 29 Sep 2011

This IBM® Redpaper™ introduces a Service Versioning Gateway. It is, as the name indicates, a gateway that exists between service consumers and service providers and offers consumer-specific virtual service interfaces without requiring a specific service provider implementation for each of the interfaces. In other words, the gateway is capable of handling particular cases of service evolution and versioning. Containment of multiple approaches to implementation makes possible the gateway described in this document. These approaches share a common architecture but differ in the specifics of ... [more]


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Smart SOA Connectivity Patterns: Unleash the Power of IBM WebSphere Connectivity Portfolio
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 7 Sep 2011, last updated 15 Sep 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides you with a path to demystify the complexity of adopting a service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach to integrating applications and services. With an iterative evolution of a fictitious company, which is called ITSO Enterprise, we demonstrate several scenarios about how we can implement an IBM Smart SOA approach that helps ITSO Enterprise to achieve its business goals to be a global interconnected enterprise, one step at a time. It is not our intention to dive into the extremely technical details of every product or to tell you specific solutions ... [more]


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DataPower SOA Appliance Service Planning, Implementation, and Best Practices
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 28 Jun 2011, last updated 25 Aug 2011

This IBM® Redbooks® publication will help you to better understand the effective use of the WebSphere® DataPower® family of appliances. It provides guidance on the best methods identified to date for building the various components that implement solutions, such as handling MQ-based message flows or creating authentication and authorization policies. The information and recommendations in this publication are the result of real world experiences using the appliances. Such experience shows that taking the time to plan a solution implementation before beginning the work yields the greatest ... [more]


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