Check out the latest features introduced into IBM WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus V6.1 and its associated tooling, IBM WebSphere Integration Developer.
This article describes the transport protocol binding, data
bindings, and administrative and mediation support. You should have basic
knowledge of the features and functions of previous versions of WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus to follow along with this article.
Learn to use WebSphere Process Server V6.1 to create a clustered "Gold" topology using a template-driven approach. This article shows you how to create the cell and federate two empty nodes to it, create a deployment environment, which is a template for the clustered topology,
and test the topology.
Redbook, published: Thu, 13 Mar 2008
– High availability manager and core groups
– Tuning recommendations
– Configuration best practices
As WebSphere Application Server installations grow to accommodate the growth of business processing, the question “How large can a WebSphere Application Server cell be?” is being asked more often.
Learn how you can use WebSphere Integration Developer to create an interface
mapping between two Web services, then test the mapping with WebSphere Process
Server. This article also describes how to use the Service Data Objects (SDO) model
to manipulate data objects.
Draft Redbook, last updated: Tue, 11 Mar 2008
– Discover the value of composite business applications
– Model, assemble, and deploy Fabric solutions
– Learn by example with practical scenarios
WebSphere Business Services Fabric (Fabric) is a comprehensive SOA offering that is designed to extend IBM’s business process management platform to deliver flexible composite business applications.