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IBM WebSphere Remote Server V6 delivers a fully-integrated platform that helps manage remote environments such as retail stores and branch offices. It is a key component of the Store Integration Framework and on demand operating environment. This infrastructure offering extends IBM Enterprise Business Integration technology to distributed locations. WebSphere Remote Server helps retailers to manage their business more cost-effectively, increase employee productivity, and create a unique shopping experience for their customers. Employees have better access to customers, products, and sales information, thereby increasing productivity and providing better service to customers. This IBM Redbooks publication introduces highly available architectures using IBM WebSphere Remote Server, capacity planning for store environments, and performance tuning for operating systems and WebSphere Remote Server. It can help IBM Clients and Business Partners integrate these tools into enterprise retail environments. The highly available architecture scenarios and the performance and tuning scenarios were developed and documented in a WebSphere Remote Server V5.1.2.1 environment. This book also discusses the underlying and related technologies, including the installation and configuration processes. In addition, this book will help you configure and optimize the new release of WebSphere Remote Server V6 in an IBM Retail Environment for SUSE Linux V2 environment.
2006-12-29
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IBM WebSphere Remote Server V6 delivers a fully-integrated platform that helps manage remote environments such as retail stores and branch offices. It is a key component of the Store Integration Framework and on demand operating environment. This infrastructure offering extends IBM Enterprise Business Integration technology to distributed locations. WebSphere Remote Server helps retailers to manage their business more cost-effectively, increase employee productivity, and create a unique shopping experience for their customers. Employees have better access to customers, products, and sales information, thereby increasing productivity and providing better service to customers. This IBM Redbooks publication introduces highly available architectures using IBM WebSphere Remote Server, capacity planning for store environments, and performance tuning for operating systems and WebSphere Remote Server. It can help IBM Clients and Business Partners integrate these tools into enterprise retail environments. The highly available architecture scenarios and the performance and tuning scenarios were developed and documented in a WebSphere Remote Server V5.1.2.1 environment. This book also discusses the underlying and related technologies, including the installation and configuration processes. In addition, this book will help you configure and optimize the new release of WebSphere Remote Server V6 in an IBM Retail Environment for SUSE Linux V2 environment.
2006-12-29
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2016-01-27
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This IBM Redbooks publication covers IBM DB2 Content Manager for z/OS Version 8.3 implementation, installation, and migration. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the product publications. In many areas, it focuses on the important topics and issues related to the planning and execution of these tasks rather than providing comprehensive information to perform the tasks. This book is aimed at architects, designers, developers, and system administrators of Content Manager systems. In this book, we introduce Content Manager for z/OS V8.3 and provide information on how to implement a Content Manager for z/OS system. We cover general implementation topics and provide special z/OS related topics including Content Manager Toolkit for z/OS, host integration, Content Manager security, and Content Manager exits. We also describe the product installation, and cover system migration from ImagePlus OS/390, Content Manager V2.3 for OS/390 (also known as Content Manager V7.1 for OS/390), and Content Manager V7 for multiplatforms, to Content Manager for z/OS V8.3. In addition, we cover information on traces and logs. We address advanced configuration topics, including configuring multiple Content Manager instances in the same LPAR, issues and considerations when setting up a Content Manager system in the Sysplex environment, and changing default access to DB2 plans and packages. By reading this book in conjunction with the product publications, we hope you learn the basics and gain some insights on implementing, ins
2005-09-01
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This IBM Redbooks publication deals with tuning a DB2 UDB / WebSphere Application Server environment, and is aimed at a target audience of DB2 UDB application developers and database administrators (DBAs). We provide an overview of WebSphere Application Server architecture and its main components, and introduce some of its key application tuning and system tuning parameters. Then we continue with an overview of DB2 UDB architecture and components, and introduce its key application and system tuning parameters. We describe in detail the key components that impact performance in a WebSphere and DB2 UDB environment, and provide best practices guidelines for tuning such an environment. Finally, we discuss some of the commonly encountered problems in a DB2 UDB / WebSphere environment, and describe scenarios for identifying and resolving such problems.
2003-03-27
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You ask yourself, "So I have downloaded DB2 UDB Version 8 for Linux or Windows. What's next?" This IBM Redbooks publication helps you journey through the experiences of discovering the new DB2 UDB V8.1. This journey introduces you to existing features and enhancements that make the DB2 family of products a superb choice for a relational database. We start out by showing you how to install DB2 in both the Linux and Windows environments. Next, we introduce you to the graphical DB2 tools, enabling you to become productive more quickly. Once familiarized with DB2, we gear you up for the Internet by providing a dynamic PHP Web application to manage a book store through a DB2 database. This provides a foundation for developing applications with DB2. Building on the Web application, we describe, in detail, all of the DB2 application development features and the programming languages supported. For the database administrator, the autonomic capabilities of DB2 UDB Version 8.1 act as your 24x7 assistant. We fully cover the database administration functions of DB2 including database configuration, support and monitoring tools, and wizards. Finally, we provide DB2 product information, a selection guide, and a roadmap to help you become a DB2 certified professional.
2003-04-14
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This IBM Redbooks publication deals with tuning a DB2 UDB / WebSphere Application Server environment, and is aimed at a target audience of DB2 UDB application developers and database administrators (DBAs). We provide an overview of WebSphere Application Server architecture and its main components, and introduce some of its key application tuning and system tuning parameters. Then we continue with an overview of DB2 UDB architecture and components, and introduce its key application and system tuning parameters. We describe in detail the key components that impact performance in a WebSphere and DB2 UDB environment, and provide best practices guidelines for tuning such an environment. Finally, we discuss some of the commonly encountered problems in a DB2 UDB / WebSphere environment, and describe scenarios for identifying and resolving such problems.
2003-03-27

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