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Well, it's another month and we're off to a good start with IBM making it easier for people to find new uses for WebSphere. IBM has taken the teams-based approach to the next step. They just released a roles-based group of tools - six power packs and eight tracks in total - based on wh...
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...
Reality check: your code likely exists beyond the confines of your cubicle. In today's world - made smaller via the marvels of modern society - it is likely that your code will transcend borders or be seen by individuals who might not necessarily understand English. Not catering to the...
Integrating heterogeneous subsystems and business units in a corporation is an increasing priority in a globalized economy in which the ability to adapt quickly in response to changes in market conditions determines the success or failure of an enterprise. This case study of an integra...
IBM WebSphere Commerce software provides powerful sell-side solutions to handle the challenges encountered in customer and trading partner environments. It can implement B2C, B2B, or private exchange business models using open, industry-accepted standards. With the introduction in WebS...
With the rise of asynchronous messaging comes the need for securing message flows in WebSphere MQ. This article discusses the architecture of WebSphere MQ, along with some options available for securing an asynchronous communications infrastructure.
The quest for increased application performance is a science in itself. IBM WebSphere Application Server includes a powerful caching technology called the dynamic cache service, which you can employ in your Web applications to dramatically improve performance.
JAXB (Java Architecture for XML Binding) provides a convenient way to bind an XML Schema to a representation in Java code and makes it easy for developers to incorporate XML data and processing functions into applications based on Java technology without having to know much about XML i...
As the gap increases between technology innovation and the constricted capabilities of inherited legacy systems, many organizations are evaluating the costs and benefits of migrating their infrastructures and enterprise applications to new generations of Web-based infrastructure techno...
WebSphere Journal editor-in-chief Jack Martin recently chatted with Paraic Sweeney, IBM's VP of Marketing for Industry Solutions and Business Integration, Software Group. In this exclusive interview, Sweeney discusses IBM's Middleware Industry Solutions initiative, the drivers behind a...
There's a lot going on in business and IT today, and it's rapidly becoming more important that you have a good understanding of e-business on demand, service-oriented architecture, Web services, and grid computing. I've been in more than one conversation and read more than one article ...
The development of production Java applications for deployment on WebSphere or any application server clearly demands a high level of ability. But management of such an application, once deployed, should not require the same level of skill. Operations cannot scale to the demands they f...