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Introduction to DataPower

Introduction to DataPower

    IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances represents an important aspect in IBM’s approach for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) appliances are easy-to-deploy, purpose-built network devices that can help secure, accelerate and simplify your Web services deployments and XML while extending your Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) infrastructure. These types of new appliances offer a pragmatic, innovative approach to harness the power of SOA and as well as simultaneously enabling you to leverage the value of your existing security, application, and networking infrastructure investments.

Overview

      This IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances Proof of Technology (PoT) provides a hands-on experience for those needing to understand how WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances can help ease and accelerate the deployment of enterprise service oriented architecture (SOA) implementations. Participants gain an appreciation for the ability of WebSphere DataPower to meet the demand for fast, secure, and reliable XML processing by creating various configurations that demonstrate a rich array of built-in functionality.

Requirements

User needs the following aspects: 
  • An Internet browser.
  • A network attached workstation with sufficient memory (2GB minimum).
  • Network access to a WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance with Firmware 4.0.1 or greater (XI50, XI52, XI50B, XI50Z).
  • VMware Workstation or Viewer to run the supplied student VMware image. 
Introducing WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances

     We introduce here, the features, architecture and the concepts of development that are related to IBM WebSphere SOA Appliances Family. Here one can use WebGUI, WebSphere DataPower intuitive web based user interface for exploring the different types of aspects that are associated with appliance operation and its configuration.

Throughout the learning of above aspects user can gain following aspects: 
  • Firmware management.
  • Access Control.
  • Configuration Procedures.
  • The various WebSphere DataPower services.
  • Local file management.
  • The WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances family.
  • Device management options.
  • Logging capabilities.
  • Application Domains.
  • WebSphere DataPower Web-based User Interface (WebGUI).
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