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Ryan Trollip |
In this series of articles we’ll follow along with an upgrade from a relatively complex customized 7.1 installation of IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Manager to IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) 8.5. ODM 7.5, 8 and 8.5 bring us a number of valuable features and capabilities: Highlights: Enhanced business user experience with new change management, governance... + continue reading
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Devi Gupta, VP of Marketing I saw a demo of IBM’s new offering called BPM BlueWorks and was really impressed. It has many capabilities, but I was most excited by the ability to collaborate within the cloud using BPM tools. As a systems integrator we often help our customers to assess the benefits of a BPM initiative for their organization. We pride ourselves on being able to help... + continue reading
Dan Kern |
IBM Pulse 2012 will offer new opportunities to learn about IBM’s ongoing initiatives around integration between their numerous products lines. The Tivoli product line continues to become more integrated with Rational, WebSphere and Lotus brands. Existing integrations between products such as IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics (ITCAMforAD) and Transactions (... + continue reading
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Rajiv Ramachandran, Practice Director, Enterprise Integration / Solution Architect We had heard the word “Change” used a lot in the recent months and I have to agree that “There is nothing more permanent than change”. In the services world, “Change” brings about a unique challenge – “Versioning”. As I enhance my service to add new... + continue reading
Tim Reilly |
The Business Case Social Media Toolbars are a popular user interface pattern for many websites today. Providing links to your social media channels helps promote your brand, connects users to your social venues, and can aid both the user and the site owner in communicating information through additional channels and formats. This article discusses an approach to building social media toolbars... + continue reading
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Ivan Smirnov, Senior Consultant In SCA, bindings are the means of transporting data (messages) to and from modules. One specific application I’d like to discuss is messages between SCA modules: that is, when one SCA module calls another SCA module. There are several types of bindings that can be used in that scenario. The easiest is, I kid you not, the SCA binding. At runtime, it... + continue reading