Vladimir Serebryany, Senior Consultant During one of my recent BEA WebLogic to IBM WebSphere migration assignments at a major insurance company, I encountered an interesting problem. The client had a large number of Web services which were running on BEA WebLogic and consumed by a .NET front-end. In the course of migration, our team had to not only migrate code to WebSphere but also... + continue reading
As a new feature of the Business Process Manager V7.5.1 platform, process applications can now be deleted from the repository. In the previous version of BPM, version 7.5.0 & 22.214.171.124, users could only archive snapshots within a process application. This did not remove the application; rather it was merely hidden from the default view and it was still stored in the repository and the database... + continue reading
A question that sometimes comes up in our architecture whiteboarding sessions is about the different messaging strategies that are available in Websphere Application Server. IBM developerWorks has now published a great article detailing the differences between WebSphere MQ and the Service Integration Bus that comes with WebSphere Application Server. Check it out by clicking here.
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IBM Connections is a leading enterprise social software which provides social networking tools for businesses. Existing IBM WebSphere portal users are exploring ways to seamlessly integrate Connections into Portal. This article explains details of integrating WebSphere Portal with IBM connections using Web App Integrator portlet and Connection portlets. In the first part of this blog series... + continue reading
Rajiv Ramachandran, Practice Director, Enterprise Integration / Solution Architect On of the new patterns that have been introduced in v6.2 of WESB is the Service Gateway Pattern. There are two implementations of this pattern – A Static Gateway and A Dynamic Gateway. In this blog entry I will focus on my experiences on using the Dynamic Service Gateway pattern. One of the basic... + continue reading
Earlier this month, Prolifics' Handly Cameron participated in a Live Social Business FutureCast. The panelists discussed what the future will look like for midsized businesses who adapt to the agility of social business culture and practices. The panelists shared their views on why a midsized business should adopt social business practices now to prepare for the new demands of business... + continue reading