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Rajesh Meda | October 28, 2016
Overview IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) is a Decision Management tool that is used by Fortune 500 companies across business domains for capturing, automating and governing frequent, repeatable business decisions. ODM enables business users to create, update, modify, and delete business rules. Debugging business rules and identifying problems and defects is a time-consuming effort in... + continue reading
Kasiraju Radhakrishna | October 26, 2016
In case you don’t know, Eclipse is a highly extensible development environment that supports the dynamic loading of plugins coded in Java. Now, say you don’t want to extend it in a million different ways, but you just want to make it validate and support your language syntax. Well, this is what a Domain Specific Languages (DSL) plugin does. DSLs, as the name implies, allow you to... + continue reading
Ronald Zurawski | October 18, 2016
IBM’s InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) provides a comprehensive set of tools to manage data governance efforts. This post explores how to implement Data Governance using the IBM tool. We do not intend to replace IBM documentation or expertise, but rather to give additional technical perspectives. We will work with the current version (11.5.0.1). This initial installment focuses setting... + continue reading
Rajesh Meda | September 15, 2016
Overview IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) is a Decision Management tool that is used for maintaining business decisions by Fortune 500 companies across various business domains. ODM enables business users to create, update, modify, and delete business rules. ODM provides three different types of rule artifacts: BAL rule, decision table, and decision tree. The decision table is the most... + continue reading
Wajahath Khan | September 12, 2016
Information security has become a continuing concern in all areas of an Information system. Security is neither a product nor a software; it is a discipline that needs to be taken into consideration in any organizational decision. It is indeed true that there is no such thing as a completely secure system. But it is also correct that by increasing the security measures that protect your assets,... + continue reading
Arup Datta | September 9, 2016
IBM Bluemix, a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) developed by IBM, supports integrated DevOps to manage application development from start to finish on the cloud. Bluemix is based on the Cloud Foundry open source technology, and runs on the SoftLayer infrastructure. In this tutorial, I will show you how to build a simple web application using IBM Bluemix DevOps services, deploy it to the IBM... + continue reading