Track your development and integration efforts with IBM Rational Application Lifecycle Management

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Authors: Ernest Calalang and Kapciak Sebastian

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    Abstract

    Your integration environment plays a key role in allowing solution components to communicate using their native mechanisms and protocols. The business scenario in this Solution Guide is an example of the variety of technologies that can be used for integration.

    The modern IT world shows a rapid change in application integration and systems development. With this rapid change, organizations have to shorten delivery times, reduce the cost of software and mobile application development, and maintain the quality of product offerings. Although these objectives are occasionally conflicting, each is a high priority. Application Lifecycle Management is a methodology that enables you to meet these objectives.

    This IBM® Redbooks® Solution Guide describes the use of the Application Lifecycle Management methodology to manage how to build business applications that use a number of IBM products. These include IBM WebSphere® Application Server, IBM WebSphere Message Queing (MQ), IBM Integration Bus, IBM Business Process Manager, IBM Operational Decision Management, IBM Worklight®, and IBM UrbanCode™ Deploy. Primary users for this information are those involved with systems development and applications integration.

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