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Microservices from Theory to Practice: Creating Applications in IBM Bluemix Using the Microservices Approach
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 26 Aug 2015, last updated 4 Apr 2016

Microservices is an architectural style in which large, complex software applications are composed of one or more smaller services. Each of these microservices focuses on completing one task that represents a small business capability. These microservices can be developed in any programming language. They communicate with each other using language-neutral protocols, such as Representational State Transfer (REST), or messaging applications, such as IBM® MQ Light. This IBM Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of this increasingly popular architectural style, and provides some ... [more]


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Hybrid Cloud Data and API Integration: Integrate Your Enterprise and Cloud with Bluemix Integration Services
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 17 Nov 2015, last updated 19 Feb 2016

IBM® Hybrid Integration Services is a set of hybrid cloud capabilities in IBM Bluemix™ that allows businesses to innovate rapidly while, at the same time, providing IT control and visibility. It allows customers to quickly and easily build and operate systems that mix data and application programming interfaces (APIs) from a wide variety of sources, whether they reside on-premises or in the cloud. In many cases, you want to expose your IT assets from your private cloud as APIs and at the same time have best overall manageability and control of who uses your assets and how. Bluemix provides ... [more]


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IBM MQ as a Service: A Practical Approach
Application Integration

Redpaper, published 16 Feb 2016

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication provides information about how to build, deploy, and use IBM MQ as a service. The information in this paper includes the key factors that must be considered while planning the use of IBM MQ as a service. Through descriptions and examples, this paper explains how to apply as a service methodologies to an IBM MQ environment, and describes techniques and preferred practices for integrating IBM MQ into a self-service portal. This paper explains how to create and use an IBM MQ as a service self-service menu for a portal. It includes examples that show how to use ... [more]


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Building Integrated Websites with IBM Digital Experience
Digital Experience

Redbooks, published 22 Jan 2016

A digital experience is a personalized experience that provides employees, customers, business partners, and citizens with a single point of interaction with people, content, and applications anywhere, anytime, and from any device. The IBM® Digital Experience is a platform that is used to build powerful contextual websites. The strengths of the platform include the ability to mix applications and web content into a coherent user experience. Developers can build upon a prescriptive standard to build reusable building bricks, which can be used by line-of-business (LOB) users in a flexible way. ... [more]


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Creating Hybrid Clouds with IBM Bluemix Integration Services
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 17 Nov 2015, last updated 20 Jan 2016

A hybrid cloud is considered as the integration of multiple clouds that are aligned to the unique characteristics of different system types. IBM® defines a hybrid cloud as a secure cloud computing environment that uses services from two or more sources, such as a private cloud, public cloud, or traditional IT sources. A hybrid cloud transforms roles throughout the organization and allows business leaders and developers to innovate efficiently and faster. Applications that are built around a hybrid cloud infrastructure typically revolve around at least one of the following pillars of hybrid ... [more]


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Enabling IBM MQ Messaging with the IBM MQ Appliance
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 9 Nov 2015

This IBM® Redbooks® Solution Guide describes the IBM MQ Appliance M2000, an application connectivity option that combines secure, reliable IBM MQ messaging with the simplicity and low overall costs of a hardware appliance. The concept behind the IBM MQ Appliance M2000 is simple: Combine the customer-proven scalability and security of IBM MQ messaging software with the simplicity, ease-of-use, and low total costs of a hardware appliance. Enterprises have long used IBM MQ messaging to integrate applications, systems, and services reliably and securely. Now, with the IBM MQ Appliance M2000, IBM ... [more]


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Integrating the IBM MQ Appliance into your IBM MQ Infrastructure
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 2 Nov 2015, last updated 9 Nov 2015

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes the IBM MQ Appliance M2000, an application connectivity option that combines secure, reliable IBM MQ messaging with the simplicity and low overall costs of a hardware appliance. This book presents underlying concepts and practical advice for integrating the IBM MQ Appliance M2000 into an IBM MQ infrastructure. Therefore, it is aimed at enterprises that are considering a possible first use of IBM MQ and the IBM MQ Appliance M2000 and those that already identified the appliance as a logical addition to their messaging environment. Details about new ... [more]


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Creating Applications in Bluemix Using the Microservices Approach
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 8 Sep 2015

Microservices is an architecture style, in which large complex software applications are composed of one ore more microservices. Each microservice focuses on doing one task representing a small business capability. These microservices can be developed in any programming language and communicate with each other using language-agnostic APIs such as REST or messaging applications such as IBM MQ Light. This IBM Redbooks Solution Guide gives a broad understanding of this increasingly popular architectural style and show how you can develop applications using the microservices approach with IBM ... [more]


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IBM Reference Architecture for Genomics: Speed, Scale, Smarts
Spectrum Computing

Redpaper, published 20 May 2015

Genomic medicine promises to revolutionize biomedical research and clinical care. By investigating the human genome in the context of biological pathways, drug interaction, and environmental factors, it is now possible for genomic scientists and clinicians to identify individuals at risk of disease, provide early diagnoses based on biomarkers, and recommend effective treatments. However, the field of genomics has been caught in a flood of data as huge amounts of information are generated by next-generation sequencers and rapidly evolving analytical platforms such as high-performance ... [more]


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NVIDIA CUDA on IBM POWER8: Technical Overview, Software Installation, and Application
Power Systems

Redpaper, published 29 Mar 2015

The exploitation of general-purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPUs) and modern multi-core processors in a single heterogeneous parallel system has proven highly efficient for running several technical computing workloads. This applied to a wide range of areas such as chemistry, bioinformatics, molecular biology, engineering, and big data analytics. Recently launched, the IBM® Power System S824L comes into play to explore the use of the NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU, combined with the latest IBM POWER8™ processor, providing a unique technology platform for high performance computing. ... [more]


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Universal Messaging with IBM MQ V8
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 1 Jul 2014, last updated 12 Dec 2014

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


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Building Real-time Mobile Solutions with MQTT and IBM MessageSight
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 10 Nov 2014, last updated 5 Dec 2014

MQTT is a messaging protocol designed for the Internet of Things (IoT). It 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 energy meters, cars, trains, mobile phones and tablets, and personal health care devices, devices can communicate with each other and with other systems or applications. IBM® MessageSight is a messaging appliance designed to handle the scale and security of a robust IoT solution. MessageSight allows you to easily secure connections, ... [more]


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Building a Real-time Mobile Solution with IBM MessageSight and MQTT
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 14 Nov 2014

IBM® MessageSight is an appliance that is designed for the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile environments. It provides a secure, DMZ-ready channel for lightweight, rapid, bidirectional messaging. MessageSight offers mobile application support, handles massive scaling of concurrent device connectivity and communication, and offers high-performance messaging. The appliance is DMZ ready and allows organizations to securely extend the messaging enterprise to external clients and sensors. It can act as the gateway for business data flowing in and out of the enterprise’s network. MessageSight ... [more]


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IBM MQ V8 Features and Enhancements
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 2 Oct 2014

The power of IBM® MQ is its flexibility combined with reliability, scalability, and security. This flexibility provides a large number of design and implementation choices. Making informed decisions from this range of choices can simplify the development of applications and the administration of an MQ messaging infrastructure. Applications that access such an infrastructure can be developed using a wide range of programming paradigms and languages. These applications can run within a substantial array of software and hardware environments. Customers can use IBM MQ to integrate and extend the ... [more]


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IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Integration with SaaS Applications using WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud
Information Management

Solution Guide, published 19 Sep 2014

Enterprises today understand the value of employing a master data management (MDM) solution for managing and governing mission critical information assets. IBM® InfoSphere® Master Data Management (InfoSphere MDM) is the most complete, proven, and powerful MDM solution with collaborative and operational capabilities. IBMWebSphere® Cast Iron® Cloud Integration products help enable you to integrate cloud and on-premises applications in days, reduce integration costs, and optimize resources and productivity in software as a service (SaaS) and cloud models. Together, these two products can ... [more]


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Integration Patterns
Application Integration

Solution Guide, published 30 Apr 2014

Throughout the history of the IT industry, integration has been an important part of most projects. Integration of transactions, integration of data, or integration of processes have their own challenges and associated patterns and anti-patterns. In an age of mobile, social, and cloud, integration is more important than ever, but the scope of the challenge that is facing IT projects has changed. Partner application programming interfaces (APIs), social networks, physical sensors and devices, and many others are important sources of capability or insight. No longer is it sufficient to ... [more]


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Integration Throughout and Beyond the Enterprise
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 17 Apr 2014, last updated 18 Apr 2014

Throughout the history of the IT industry, integration has been an important part of most projects. Whether it is integration of transactions, data, or processes, each has challenges and associated patterns and antipatterns. In an age of mobile devices, social networks, and cloud services, and big data analytics, integration is more important than ever, but the scope of the challenge for IT projects has changed. Partner APIs, social networks, physical sensors and devices, all of these and more are important sources of capability or insight. It is no longer sufficient to integrate resources ... [more]


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Integrating PDM and ERP Systems with IBM Manufacturing Release Management
Smarter Process

Solution Guide, published 16 Apr 2014

IBM® Manufacturing Release Management is a new solution for improved manufacturing and resource planning. Companies have long known that effective management of new design and engineering releases is essential, not only to the manufacturing process but for reducing overall supply chain risks. As supply chains become more software-driven, the integrated flow of design and release information has emerged as a critical factor. As described in this IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide, Manufacturing Release Management acts as a bridge to carry product design and related data from an enterprise's Product ... [more]


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Responsive Mobile User Experience Using MQTT and IBM MessageSight
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 26 Mar 2014

IBM® MessageSight is an appliance-based messaging server that is optimized to address the massive scale requirements of machine-to-machine (m2m) and mobile user scenarios. IBM MessageSight makes it easy to connect mobile customers to your existing messaging enterprise system, enabling a substantial number of remote clients to be concurrently connected. The MQTT protocol is a lightweight messaging protocol that uses publish/subscribe architecture to deliver messages over low bandwidth or unreliable networks. A publish/subscribe architecture works well for HTML5, native, and hybrid mobile ... [more]


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IBM WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances
Application Integration

Redbooks, published 19 Apr 2013

IBM® WebSphere® Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances simplifies the management and monitoring of environments that consist of multiple IBM WebSphere DataPower® Appliances. This web-based application provides centralized multi-appliance administration to support daily WebSphere DataPower Appliance operation. WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances provides the following key services:
- Centralized firmware management
- Disaster recovery
- Domain and service configuration
- Configuration life cycle deployment
- Monitoring ... [more]


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