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Insert row DB2 with Websphere Cast Iron

How to insert a row into DB2 using Websphere Cast Iron. Step 1: Create an DB2 Endpoint by specifying the following information: DB2 Database Name DB2 Host Name DB2 Port Number DB2 Username DB2 Password Please make sure that the Cast Iron appliance or Virtual image has rights to insert a row onto DB2. This […]

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File Transfer Integration flow with Websphere Cast Iron

How to integrate file transfer with Cast Iron Step 1: Create or start your ftp server (in this case I just use FileZilla Server) Step 2: In your file server create a user or role and specify the permissions of the user and some username and password Step 3: Create an FTP endpoint by specifying: […]

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Websphere Cast Iron – Hello World Integration Flow

This is my first of many integration flows in Websphere Cast Iron. See the steps below to create a Cast Iron Integration Flow. Step 1; Open Cast Iron Studio and create a new project (My project was called Project 1) Step 2: An orchestration will be created for you automatically which you can rename. The following step […]

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Cast Iron integration into the current IBM ESB stack

So where does Cast Iron fit into the IBM Websphere stack?Cast Iron primary used for Cloud to on-premise integration. Where you can create a message flow diagram using the Cast Iron Studio and deploy that flow to the following environments: 1. Cast Iron Appliance (which is now the Datapower XH35 Cast Iron V5.1) http://www.castiron.com/ibm/websphere/datapower/castiron/appliance/xh35 2. […]

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eyeOS – Open Source Cloud Operating System

With eyeOS framework you will create applications that will run on a Web Desktop. To develop applications is more easy and reduce Time to Market thanks to our toolkit. And you won’t to have to worry about incompatibilities with different web browsers. With eyeOS 2.0 we have increased the speed performance, javascript has been improved […]

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IBM offers Smart Business Storage Cloud and Information Archive for cloud storage, data archiving

The Smart Business Storage Cloud is based on IBM’s Scale-out File Services (SOFS) and is a variation on the WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance package IBM launched in June. Customers can run SOFS on either IBM System x or BladeCenter servers. SOFS is a management “wrapper” around IBM’s General Parallel File System (GPFS). On its own, GPFS […]

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