We can display the name of the cell, node, and server in front of the output for the ps -ef command by setting the cell custom property…
com.ibm.websphere.management.launcher.options = displayServerInFront
The IBM DataPower XI52 appliance provides an ESB backbone that facilitates (brokers) communication between services. Features include…
|Protocol virtualization||Communication between parties who use different protocols such as http, https, ftp, MQ. ESB bridges (converts) these protocols.|
|Message format virtualization||For example, one party sends XML (SOAP) message, ESB converts to JSON, which is sent to backend.|
|Endpoint virtualization||WSDL services that used to exist on servers can be moved to ESB.|
|XML attack security||Including DoS, MMXDos, and other attacks.|
|Configuration driven interface||Less code to write|
|XML processing at wire speed.||Versus server-based ESB solutions that operate at software speed.|
Here are some project notes created when I was the WebSphere Commerce administrator for a large Fortune 500 retailer. The notes discuss integrating WebSphere eXtreme Scale DataPower XC10 appliance with WebSphere Commerce.
We can leverage SSH public-key authentication between hosts to enable all sorts of useful functionality, including…
I once set up a very large and complex WebSphere Commerce site for a Fortune 500 retailer that used this procedure to remotely execute various commands, including stopping/starting, and generating reports for, eXtreme Scale caching.
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