Category: DataPower

DataPower – Proxy & Co-Processing

I’ve started reading up on DataPower in anticipation of writing the certification test in May (At the WebSphere Services Technical Conference 2008). Two of the usage scenarios that have caught my interest are ‘Proxy’ and ‘Co-processor’. In Proxy, DataPower acts as proxy to your web service . The scenario given is a website that uses […]

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Pre-review: WebSphere Business Integration Primer

Usually, there aren’t a lot of books published on specific products as the software release cycle tends to be faster than the publishing industry can keep up with and information gets out of date quickly. I was surprised when I saw that a new book about Business Integration with IBM software was released: WebSphere Business […]

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My Integration Test Client DeveloperWorks Article

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention my first article published to developerworks (Co-Authored with Richard Gregory). It’s about the WebSphere Integration Test Client and learning about the features that are beyond “enter data, press continue, watch module run”. Here’s a short list of the things that you’ll discover: * Testing modules: selecting one […]

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Whats new in WID/WPS v6.1

I stumbled across a great article on developerWorks that outlines what’s new in WPS v6.1 and a second article on whats new in WID v6.1. It’s nice to see IBM come out with a detailed article of whats changed between versions aside from the usual useless marketing banter. WebSphere ESB improvements New mediation primitives let […]

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WebSphere Process Server Endurance

Developerworks has a fantastic article written about Endurance Testing with WebSphere Process Server. Taken from the abstract: Endurance testing is an important aspect of reliability. This article provides insight into the various problems and solutions encountered by the WebSphere Process Server Validation team as they performed an endurance run on WebSphere Process Server V6.0.2. Upon […]

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