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SYS-CON Events announced today that IBM has been named “Diamond Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 21st Cloud Expo, which will take place on October 31 through November 2nd 2017 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California.
SYS-CON Events announced today that IBM has been named “Diamond Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 20th Cloud Expo, which will take place on June 6-8, 2017 at the Javits Center in New York, New York and and October 31-November 2 in Silicon Valley.
Uppler.com is a B2B marketplace designed like a social network. It helps suppliers and retailers to find each other and to communicate, it simplifies relationships between both parts and in many sectors (fashion, beauty, home...). In one hand each supplier has its own showroom where he...
Security is critical to Internet of Things (IoT) adoption because we want to make sure we can trust the sensors, actuators, rules engines and other connected componentry we embed in every element of our existence. Bringing this down to earth is as easy as pointing out that people's sma...
Compuware on Monday released Compuware dynaTrace 4.1, an application performance management (APM) solution to provide full support for IBM WebSphere Message Broker. dynaTrace 4.1 also adds to its User Experience Management (UEM) capabilities, enhances visualization and integrates with ...
This article provides a list of general best practices to apply to any WebSphere Application Server V7 and V8 environment. However, some of the recommendations only apply to specific conditions and scenarios. These recommendations could be used to set up any WebSphere environment. All...
I’ve written numerous technical entries both here and elsewhere about the WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance. The appliance is a cloud management device that is geared towards those enterprises that for a variety of reasons (security, privacy, performance, customization capability, existin...
The WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance can bring speed and agility to test organizations by drastically increasing the pace and ease with which users interact with WebSphere Application Server environments. I recently got a chance to catch up with IBM's Robbie Minshall. Robbie is a WebSphe...
IBM will be upgrading its IBM WebSphere Portal, making it easier to work with composite applications, making it faster and easier for businesses to realize the benefits of integrated applications and reusable services, and integrating it with technology it acquired from its Bowstreet a...
By accessing the IBM WebSphere Application Server JNDI tree, WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (IBM's free, lightweight J2EE application server built on Apache Geronimo technology) can interact with and reuse virtually any of the J2EE resources that are housed there.
This article series demonstrates how to use IBM WebSphere Business Integration V6.0 products to model, assemble, deploy, and manage a business process in an end-to-end solution using WebSphere Business Modeler, WebSphere Integration Developer, WebSphere Process Server, and WebSphere Bu...
MQSoftware, Inc., a provider of business transaction assurance and middleware management solutions, training and services, has scheduled three new training courses: MQS1148: Web Services in WebSphere, MQS1182: WebSphere Application Server: Default Messaging Provider and JMS Programming...
Some things in WebSphere PortalServer work well and are well documented. Other things are well documented and work well in theory. Still other things have okay documentation and will work well when all of the WebSphere stars are aligned. Depending on your implementation, Portal Cluster...
The IBM WebSphere Commerce product is a platform for developing and deploying value-chain solutions from a consumer-centric online sales channel to a completely integrated, multitiered demand chain. A variety of design patterns were used to develop the WebSphere Commerce framework. By ...
IBM today announced that Cisco Systems, Inc. hasselected IBM's WebSphere software as part of its new Application-OrientedNetworking technology.
Last month, Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, and Tom Inman, vice president of product management and marketing, IBM WebSphere Software, talked about the differences between WebSphere and WebLogic. This month, they look at what's happening in WebSphere now and in the f...
Jack Martin speaks to Devi Gupta, director of Strategic Marketing at Prolifics, about IBM WebSphere and BEA WebLogic.
Why migrate to WebSphere v5? Whether you are currently using WebSphere v3.5 or v4, or are using a different J2EE application server altogether, there are many reasons that justify the move.
Salesforce.com, a provider of on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) services, has announced the sforce Toolkit for IBM WebSphere. sforce, the world's first on-demand application platform, allows enterprises and solution developers to customize, integrate, and extend salesfor...
Candle Corporation has announced two new PathWAI solutions that provide the first management support for all IBM WebSphere integration brokers, including the new WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker V5.0.
SmartPath Inc., a provider of marketing resource management (MRM) software applications, has announced that its comprehensive MRM solution, SmartPath MMS 5.0, is available for companies on the IBM WebSphere 5.0 Application Server platform.
The topic of transactions is one that most Java programmers would rather ignore than try to understand. And, in fact, in most cases you can ignore them - the default settings of WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and WebSphere Studio Application Developer work well enough in most situa...
(April 4, 2003) - On April 10th at developerWorks Live in New Orleans, IBM will announce the expansion of the WebSphere Business Integration Accelerators for Business Partners program to include support for the development of business processes. This announcement is targeted toward Sys...
(February 26, 2003) - More companies have recently chosen IBM's WebSphere Internet infrastructure software to solve their e-business challenges. IBM WebSphere is used by tens of thousands of customers worldwide. WebSphere's license revenue grew 21percent year-to-year in 2002, far outgr...
(February 18, 2003) - IBM has announced new WebSphere software and initiatives incorporating the industry's most advanced Web services support to allow companies to respond faster to ever-changing demands, increase efficiencies, and execute new market opportunities. IBM also is offeri...
(December 4, 2002) - What's being described if you are told that reconnection and recovery is automatic, and requires no intervention from an administrator? Or how about if you're told that for bigger enterprises and more mission-critical applications, there's a network deployment opti...
(December 4, 2002) - PathWAI, a new modular suite from Candle Corporation, is designed to empower enterprises to derive maximum business value from their WebSphere e-business initiatives. Incorporating tools and services, PathWAI enables businesses to harness the power of WebSphere by ...
The newly released version of IBM's WebSphere infrastructure software is squarely aimed at the requirements of on-demand e-business. IBM WebSphere Application Server, Version 5, and its development environment, WebSphere Studio, Version 5, provide the standards-based infrastructure to...
(November 26, 2002) - The newly released version of IBM's WebSphere infrastructure software is squarely aimed at the requirements of on-demand e-business. IBM WebSphere Application Server, Version 5, and its development environment, WebSphere Studio, Version 5, provide the standards-b...
(May 3, 2002) - IBM has announced new WebSphere Studio application development products for Linux and Web site development, as well as new toolkits for building wireless, portal, and voice applications. They're all based on the Eclipse platform, which is supported by an open-source com...
(May 2, 2002) - IBM has announced new WebSphere Studio application development products for Linux and Web site development, as well as new toolkits for building wireless, portal, and voice applications. They're all based on the Eclipse platform, which is supported by an open-source com...
In the September Java Developer's Journal (Vol. 5, issue 9) we discussed the tools available in VisualAge for Java and WebSphere Studio for building and debugging Web applications. This month we demonstrate how to use these tools to build a simple Web site that allows users to access t...
On December 5, 2001, Rave Software Solutions opened the first WebSphere Innovation Center (WIC) in New York City. Located in the Information Technology Center Building at 55 Broad Street in the heart of the financial district, the center expects to draw clients from Boston to Philadelp...
On September 6, IBM and eBay jointly announced that the two companies have forged an alliance on three fronts. First, IBM landed a public software coup when eBay selected WebSphere as its next-generation trading platform. Second, IBM will expand its presence on eBay, making the trading...
In an exclusive to the WebSphere Developer's Journal News Desk, Stefan Van Overtveldt, program director, WebSphere Technical Marketing, IBM, commented on the IBM vs Microsoft debate that's been raging over the superiority of their respective platforms for creating Web services. He hold...
Dirig Software, a developer of adaptive application performance management solutions, has announced that its J2EE application performance management solution is available for IBM WebSphere for z/OS and S/390 environments.
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently spoke with Rob High, IBM Distinguished Engineer and chief architect for IBM WebSphere Application Server. In this exclusive interview, High discusses the SMB market, computing as a utility, and WebSphere's approach to security...
Written by IBM WebSphere experts, this book details how to develop, deploy, and manage enterprise applications for version 5.0 of IBM WebSphere Application Server. Over the course of the book, a large-scale e-commerce application is developed, demonstrating the use of WebSphere Applica...
So what does teamwork in WebSphere Studio mean anyway? At one level it means being able to work on code within a shared environment through which your application can be executed and tested.
Your applications have just gone through a reasonably in-depth testing cycle, and now they are finally deployed in your WebSphere production environment. Great! So now I wonder... what about your WebSphere business processes?