events in your area|
| developerWorks Live! workshop in Budapest: Discover BPM added value
with WebSphere Lombardi Edition|
Learn how to manage all aspects of your BPM program to enable rapid
expansion and adoption throughout your organization by using different features to get maximum benefits. Hands-on exercises
show you how to create a process,
integrate external systems, simulate and then run your process, and monitor it. And be sure to join the community
group for this event on developerWorks. (12 July 2011, Budapest, Hungary)
Get more details and register >
| IBM cloud event in Chicago: WebSphere Application
Server and DB2 in the cloud|
In this IBM event, explore a series of cloud topics with IBM Innovation Center experts -- new delivery models, pervasive
access requirements, explosive data growth, and increased efficiencies through process standardization, optimization, and
virtualization. No-charge registration is required. (14 July 2011, Chicago, IL)
Don't miss out -- register today >
| Innovate 2011 India: The Rational Software Conference|
Innovate 2011 is coming to India! Discover the presence of software everywhere, bettering your business and life. This is
your chance to let IBM Rational escalate your profits through the roof. Reap rich benefits by integrating people, processes,
and data, and by facilitating team collaboration profit through smarter software.
(10 - 11 August 2011, Bangalore, India; 11 August 2011, New Delhi, India)
Get more details and register >
| IBM workshop in Zurich: IBM Cognos Business Intelligence|
Catch up on the latest innovation of the Cognos 10 Business Intelligence platform through lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises.
And be sure to join the community
group for this event on developerWorks.
(30 - 31 August 2011, Zurich, Switzerland)
Get more details and register >
| Impact on cloud components: Anatomy of multi-tenancy|
Discover best practices and tools for creating cloud computing multi-tenancy architectures as well as initial planning for
scalable and highly available infrastructures.
Build a scalable, available cloud >
| Build a more secure, mobile cloud environment|
Take a look at the current state of cloud security, including vulnerabilities of mobile cloud devices, and the solutions
available to keep information safe.
Thwarting breaches >
| Application development tools for IBM i|
Along with the evolution of the IBM i platform, the tools and compilers
for this operating system have also evolved. This article provides a
quick overview of the Rational technologies that can help developers
modernize and exploit the IBM i operating system.
Get an overview of IBM i development tools >
| Hear from IBM experts about developing industry solutions|
Tune in to this podcast series to hear IBM industry experts and IBM Business Partners share technical details about industry
solutions and results that are driven by the implementation of IBM solutions. Every few weeks, we'll publish a new discussion
with an expert on a topic that is important to your industry. So bookmark this location and return often.
Listen to the interviews >
| End-to-end database monitoring with Optim Performance Manager
Monitor database response time for Java and CLI applications with Extended Insight, which extends monitoring to show DBAs
where workloads, transactions, and SQL requests are occurring.
Sneak a peek >
| Tutorial: Recommended practices for using Cognos
with Informix, Part 1|
Unleash the power of your data with expanded query, reporting, and analysis capabilities by connecting your Informix databases
to Cognos Business Intelligence.
Deploy Informix with Cognos Express 9 >
| Best practices: Ingesting data into an IBM Smart
Explore the most effective ways to load large volumes of extracted and transformed data into
your data warehouse in preparation for analytical queries. This article covers planning for data ingest, architecture and
design principles, loading and inserting data, making data available for query, and monitoring the process.
Learn about data ingest >
| Trial download: DB2 Recovery Expert for Linux,
UNIX, and Windows|
Avoid accidental data loss or corruption using DB2 Recovery Expert, a self-managing backup and recovery solution that protects
Recover your database when time is of the essence >
| Free e-book: Getting started with InfoSphere
This new e-book from the DB2 on Campus book series teaches the basics of data modeling, explains how to work with logical
and physical database designs, shows how to create, deploy, and update data models, and much more. This e-book includes
practical hands-on exercises.
Find out what InfoSphere Data Architect can do for you >
Free e-book: Getting started with pureQuery|
The pureQuery tooling in Optim Development Studio gives you the means to write efficient Java database applications. This
book shows you how pureQuery can optimize Java Persistence API (JPA) and Hibernate applications, and provides a sample pureQuery
application that you can use for practice.
Learn how to use pureQuery >
| Register now for Information On Demand 2011 to
get the Early Bird discount|
Join us in October for the Information
On Demand 2011 global conference. This premier IBM conference offers deep-dive education and unprecedented networking
opportunities for Information Management, Business Analytics, and Enterprise Content Management. (23 - 27 October 2011, Las
Vegas, NV, USA)
Register before August 31 to save $300 USD >
| Meet the 2011 IBM Champions for Information Management|
The winners of the 2011 IBM Champion program for Information Management, Enterprise Content Management, and Business Analytics
have been announced. IBM Champions are outstanding community members who go above and beyond their usual responsibilities
to evangelize and champion IBM technologies.
Get to know the winners for 2011! >
| Break Free World Tour: Smarter computing for
improved IT economics|
Take advantage of new innovations and efficiencies that are now possible without increasing your IT budget. This day-long
seminar is taking place in many cities worldwide. You'll hear from industry experts on how to liberate yourself from data
center complexity, control application server costs, overcome data center control and automation costs, and much more.
Register for a city near you and learn how to break free >
| Tip: Secure your code against the finalizer vulnerability|
Your Java code may be vulnerable to an exploit based on finalization. Learn how the exploit works and how to modify your
code to prevent such an attack.
Secure your code >
| Podcast: Jeff Casimir on Code School's approach
to better technology education |
Educator and engineer Jeff Casimir discusses the state of technology education (think: that stack of technology books collecting
dust on your bookshelf), where it falls down, and how effective models can make all the difference in the learning experience.
Listen now >
| Want to write for developerWorks Open source?|
Become a contributor to the Open source zone on developerWorks. We're
always looking for useful perspectives on open technologies. Your
experience might make a huge difference for someone who hesitates to
take the plunge.
See what we're looking for >
| Join Chris in the developerWorks community|
Open source zone editor Chris Walden wants to add you to his list of colleagues on the developerWorks community. Signing
up is easy and no charge! Once you're in, sign Chris up as your colleague. You'll have the inside track on the open source
community at IBM.
See Chris's profile and sign up >
| Build JPA entities quicker with Rational Application Developer
Rapidly generate and customize Java Persistence Architecture (JPA) entities from a Derby database with tables that use the
Identity Value Generation capability of Rational Application Developer. Using the views and editors frees you from hand coding
the required annotations.
Avoid hand coding >
| Defect analysis with Rational Team Concert and
ODC, Part 2: BIRT reports|
Using Orthogonal Defect Classification (ODC) for defect analysis throughout development gives your team deeper insight into
trends. This second of two articles shows how to extend Rational Team Concert Version 3.0 for ODC data analysis by creating
custom BIRT reports.
Learn to create defect trend reports >
| Knowledge path beta: Web application security
with Rational AppScan automated scanning|
Securing an application manually can be daunting and time consuming, to say the least. This knowledge path beta introduces
developers to automated vulnerability scanning with Rational AppScan software, gives an overview of the functions that it
can perform, and shows you how to do basic scanning tasks.
Learn how AppScan works >
| Simple development steps for better web and mobile
Most attacks focus on common vulnerabilities, using cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL
injection, parameter tampering, cooking poisoning, and information leakage. This article describes and gives examples and
countermeasures for each, and explains
how using automated scans can increase security.
Improve application security >
| Manage time and resources better by scheduling
Scheduling a test in an automated system not only helps you be more efficient and use lab resources more effectively, but
helps you monitor results as well. Learn the
considerations, the components of a scheduling subsystem, the functionality
that it should include, and how to develop it using Java technology.
Start scheduling automated tests >
| HTML5 fundamentals, Part 4: The final touch - canvas|
HTML5 reflects the monumental changes in the way we now do business on the web and in the cloud. This article, the fourth
in a four-part series designed to spotlight changes in HTML5, introduces the HTML5 canvas element, using several examples
to demonstrate functionality.
Make use of the canvas element >
| New IBM Business Process Management Journal |
The latest IBM BPM Journal focuses on IBM Business Process Manager V7.5, a
new, comprehensive, and integrated platform for visibility and management of
your business processes. Articles include an overview of what's new in IBM Business Process Manager V7.5, and a four-part
series on using IBM Business Monitor V7.5 for business activity monitoring.
| Introducing IBM Business Process Manager V7.5|
In this article, you'll step through an example that shows how IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V7.5
unites the capabilities of WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Lombardi Edition into a single product, simplifying the
integration between BPMN and BPEL processes, and providing a single repository and governance
for process applications.
| BPM Journal: Business spaces for human-centric
BPM (four-part article series)|
This series describes IBM Business Process Manager V7.5 Business Space and
the Human Task Management widgets, and outlines the concepts that enable business and IT to
collaborate in authoring business process definitions and building customized user interfaces. Examples show you how to customize
Business Space, and how to develop and integrate a custom form renderer.
| Common business process modeling situations in
WebSphere Lombardi Edition V7.2, Part 1|
Part 1 of this three-part article series describes how to route activities,
execute activities in parallel, and integrate activities with an external system when using WebSphere Lombardi Edition V7.2.
| Customizing the Enterprise Deployment Utility
to deploy WebSphere Commerce environments|
Learn how to extend the Enterprise Deployment Utility with the WebSphere
Commerce Build and Deployment tool to mass deploy identical customized WebSphere Commerce development environments.
| New download: WebSphere Application Server Express
This new version helps you deliver efficient business applications to
speed response and cut costs. Using the latest technologies -- Java EE 6, Web 2.0, web services support, and integrated
tooling -- you can quickly build the applications and services you need at a lower cost.
Download now >
| New download: WebSphere Application Server Network
This new version makes it easier for you to deploy enterprise-scale applications that are secure
and highly available.
Download now >
| New Web 2.0 and Mobile Development Community:
Learn, share, and connect with mobile developers|
This community site is for developers interested in Web 2.0
and mobile device user interface development. This group features general discussions of technology trends and directions,
as well technical discussions and other resources involving the WebSphere Application Server Web 2.0 and Mobile Feature Pack.
Join the group >
| Two-minute interview: How does the WebSphere
Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 and Mobile help the client communicate with the server?|
IBM application integration specialist Karl Bishop gives you the two-minute
rundown on how the new Feature Pack for Web 2.0 and Mobile helps smartphones and other mobile clients communicate with enterprise
View it now >
| Build PDF files dynamically with PHP|
Walk through the entire process of building PDF files dynamically using PHP. Experiment with open source tools, such as the
Free PDF library (FPDF) or PDFLib-Lite, and PHP code for control of the PDF format of your content.
Start exploring >
| Knowledge path beta: Optimize your XML information
with data compression|
Explore several approaches to compressing XML documents in this knowledge path. Take advantage of special structures in XML
that allow improvements over the most naive compression techniques.
Get the most from your data >
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