Published: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 04:30:00 EST
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Mon, 18 Dec 2006 14:15:00 EDTIn the tenth and final episode of the series, host Pat Flanders talks with Bobby Woolf and Guy Hochstetler on what SOA appliances are and how to use SOA for application connectivity. On "MarketWatch," Jerry Huelsenbeck discusses integrating Oracle applications using IBM WebSphere software and how Oracle and IBM are working together. And don't miss our interview with David Anderson, eServer Executive Briefing Center team leader, in our regular installment of "Did you say Mainframe!?"
Tue, 05 Dec 2006 18:00:00 EDTIn this podcast, Michael D. Connor from WebSphere Enterprise Application Technologies talks about WebSphere Developer for System z V7, which was recently announced. Hear how it helps in the move toward a service-oriented architecture and find out how you can use it to exploit your own mainframe assets. Also: Register for the "System z Software White Paper -- SOA Solutions."
Fri, 20 Oct 2006 16:30:00 EDTThe ninth episode of this series discusses how Feature Packs are used to deliver content for WebSphere Application Server and how you should be leveraging the Feature Pack for Web services. "MarketWatch" gives an overview of master data management system. And don't miss hearing how IMS tools are still relevant today in our regular installment of "Did you say Mainframe!?"
Mon, 06 Nov 2006 14:00:00 EDTListen to Mitch Johnson talk about how customers can retain, reuse, and exploit core CICS and IMS applications within an SOA. He also looks at how Web services can be used for creating COBOL structures and vice versa. Finally, he explains the benefits of exploiting existing applications on System z, as part of an SOA. Also, register for the System z software white paper "SOA solutions -- SOA and Application Lifecycle Solutions to Achieve your Business Objectives."
Tue, 24 Oct 2006 17:30:00 EDTThis eighth episode includes a discussion with Ben Mann, WebSphere MQ product manager, and Dermot Flaherty, WebSphere MQ lead architect, on the messaging backbone for a service-oriented architecture. On "MarketWatch," Michael Love, executive architect for SOA solutions, discusses migration from SAP Business Connector to IBM WebSphere software. And don't miss our interview with Sherrie Abshire, WebSphere product marketing manager for the IBM enterprise software platform, on our regular installment of "Did you say Mainframe!?"
Thu, 05 Oct 2006 14:30:00 EDTListen to Bobby Woolf -- a member of IBM Software Services for WebSphere -- explain what SOA is, and how it makes applications more reusable and more robust. Discover how composite applications communicate in an SOA environment and find out which IBM products are available for developing SOA and ESB applications. Also: Download the IBM Enterprise Architect Kit for SOA from developerWorks.
Fri, 22 Sep 2006 16:00:00 EDTSeventh in the series, this episode follows previous discussions on the connectivity entry point into SOA and delves deeper into the general technical definition of an enterprise service bus (ESB) and how it can enable SOA. "MarketWatch" covers an overview of Prolifics and their relationship with IBM. Plus, learn more about IBM CICS problem determination tools on our regular installment of "Did you say Mainframe!?"
Thu, 14 Sep 2006 16:30:00 EDTFind out what IBM Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) is and the role it plays in an SOA by enabling applications to be transformed and reused as Web services by providers or requesters. Hear how other customers are using HATS and its recent product enhancements. Also: Register for the Web Services for Your Core Mainframe Applications: Getting Started with SOA webinar for more information and to try out the HATS Toolkit.
Tue, 22 Aug 2006 17:00:00 EDTThis sixth episode in the series follows previous discussions on IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment and its value to customers when deployed on either distributed or mainframe platforms. And hear what IBM CICS tools will get you moving to a full SOA environment quickly and efficiently on this month's "Did you say Mainframe?!" segment.
Fri, 18 Aug 2006 13:00:00 EDTTake 14 minutes to hear Satish Tanna, senior IT specialist within the CICS tools department at the IBM Hursley laboratory, discuss how CICS Business Event Processor (BEP) and event-driven applications (EDA) can help you drive new business processes through existing applications within an SOA. Find out how others are implementing today.
Tue, 25 Jul 2006 17:00:00 EDTFifth in the series, this episode covers two critical entry points to service-oriented architecture: connectivity and reuse. Understand the power of a messaging backbone built on IBM WebSphere MQ that leverages messaging and Web services protocols as a foundation for SOA connectivity. In "Did you say Mainframe?!," hear directly from IBM regarding the strategic direction of the CICS product family and its commitment to optimizing reuse through its standards, Web services, and service-oriented architecture focus. "MarketWatch" will not be heard in this episode.
Fri, 14 Jul 2006 12:00:00 EDTCovering the advantages of using Linux within an SOA, this 15-minute interview also includes a unique approach to go from bare metal to the basic software stack. Learn about the products and trial code included in a free DVD offer from IBM that can help you quickly start developing SOA applications. Listen to how, by installing an infrastructure from an xSeries server platform with minimal effort, you can develop and test applications using a rich set of Linux-based tools from IBM Rational, then deploy the applications on Linux, using supported-platform middleware from DB2 and IBM WebSphere, plus open source code.
Fri, 30 Jun 2006 13:00:00 EDTThis installment continues our conversation on business process management. We talk with Brian Petrini about the importance of IBM WebSphere Process Server and business modeling. In "Did you say Mainframe?!" Steve Wood discusses building Web services for zOS with IBM WebSphere Developer for zOS and the Service Flow Modeler feature.
Fri, 30 Jun 2006 13:00:00 EDTThis "MarketWatch" episode features the second installment of IBM Software Group Chief Architect Don Ferguson's two-part special covering industry trends.
Fri, 30 Jun 2006 13:00:00 EDTThis 15-minute podcast provides an update on the new performance enhancements in IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1. Learn about some of the key new features, like JDK 5, and how they are driving unbeatable throughput and scalability. The podcast also includes some provisional benchmarking results that make it clear why IBM WebSphere Application Server remains at the forefront of the application server market.
Wed, 17 May 2006 16:00:00 EDTThe third in the 2006 IBM WebSphere technical podcast series on developerWorks, this 35-minute podcast drills further into the features of WebSphere Business Modeler V6.0.1 with Michele Chilanti. The podcast includes the "Did you say Mainframe?!" segment with David Rhoderick interviewing CICS for z/OS Architect Ian Mitchell.
Wed, 17 May 2006 16:00:00 EDTDavid Backus interviews Don Ferguson on the software industry as a whole. Don talks about where IBM sees itself within the industry relative to other vendors, and some of the convergent factors and trends that are helping to reshape the world as we know it today. Listen to Part 1 of this two-part interview.
Mon, 08 May 2006 18:30:00 EDTLearn how IBM WebSphere Application Server Community Edition is involved in the Apache Community and hear about features being implemented in the latest versions. Also, listen to testimonials from three IBM partners using WebSphere Application Server CE in their businesses and discover if WebSphere Application Server CE is the best application server solution for you.
Wed, 03 May 2006 24:00:00 EDTThis 29-minute podcast covers how IBM products can help you implement true "closed loop" business process management. And, we continue our discussion on improving your resource utilization with IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment -- this time focusing on its deployment on the mainframe.
Fri, 14 Apr 2006 16:00:00 EDTFind out what you need to consider when improving your resource utilization with IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment.
Fri, 14 Oct 2005 12:00:00 ESTThis is the first in a series of IBM WebSphere Technical Podcasts on developerWorks -- interviews with IBM technical experts on today's vital software development issues. In this podcast, developerWorks editor Patrick Flanders talks about service-oriented architecture (SOA) with Matt Oberlin, a consultant on the IBM Software Services for IBM WebSphere team who specializes in SOA, J2EE application development, and Web services. In their discussion, Patrick and Matt provide an introduction to the SOA programming model -- what it is, what you can do with it, and how you use it to develop SOA applications.
Fri, 21 Oct 2005 09:00:00 ESTListen to this informative interview with one of the IBM experts in service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementation. Second in the IBM WebSphere Technical Podcast series on developerWorks, this 12-minute podcast will help you understand the advantages of using business integration patterns in IBM WebSphere Process Server to simplify the task of creating, deploying, and administering business integration applications.
Fri, 28 Oct 2005 15:30:00 ESTListen to this informative interview with one of the IBM experts in service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementation. Third in the IBM WebSphere Technical Podcast series on developerWorks, this 14-minute podcast covers integration issues when building a service-oriented architecture. If you've built software in WebSphere MQ or are using Java Messaging Service (JMS), this podcast provides some insight on how you can integrate them with WebSphere Process Server V6.0.
Fri, 11 Nov 2005 08:30:00 ESTListen to this informative interview with one of the IBM experts in service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementation. Fourth in the IBM WebSphere Technical Podcast series on developerWorks, this podcast covers the advantages of using Web services with Service Component Architecture (SCA) in WebSphere Process Server V6.0. Specifically, it discusses Web services import and export.
Fri, 18 Nov 2005 16:00:00 ESTTune into this podcast to learn more about best practices for managing change in Web services components and applications using IBM WebSphere Process Server V6.0. It discusses business rules using a mortgage-application scenario and considerations when making changes to your applications.
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 16:30:00 ESTIn this first of three podcasts covering the SOA Foundation, IBM experts discuss business-driven development, which helps organizations, and especially the IT architect, to align business goals and processes with solutions implemented by IT.
Mon, 19 Dec 2005 11:30:00 ESTThis podcast with IBM WebSphere Solution Architecture Manager Bill Clerico and Capgemini Senior Architect Alix Cheema, the second of three podcasts on the SOA Foundation, covers what you need to consider when deploying the SOA operating environment in your IT system. It discusses the four key principles of an SOA operating environment: separation of concerns, loose coupling, reuse, and quality of service.
Wed, 21 Dec 2005 12:30:00 ESTThis podcast covers what you need to consider when managing and monitoring your SOA environment. It discusses characteristics of Web services, such as performance, quality of service, availability, and, briefly, security.