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WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.5, TLS 1.2 and DB2
Sat, May 30th 2015 3:49p   Dave Hay
Some more blogging over at the WebSphere User Group ( aka Global WebSphere Community ), following my continuing voyage of discovery in the world of Transport Layer Security (TLS): -WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.5, TLS 1.2 and DB2...I've been working through the configuration of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 between DB2 and WebSphere Application Server (WAS).I've learned a heck of a lot about this in the past 48 hours, but the key aspect is that it's necessary to configure BOTH DB2 *
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Things that make you go "Hmmm" - #432 - WebSphere Application Server Transaction and Partner Logs
Sat, May 30th 2015 4:44a   Dave Hay
Over the past few weeks, I've written about my experiences configuring IBM Business Process Manager and IBM Business Monitor to connect via a TLS-encrypted tunnel to IBM DB2: -Continuing to learn - IBM BPM and IBM Business Monitor to DB2 via SSL/TLSSecuring the Database - Using SSL/TLS to encrypt data from IBM Business Process Manager to DB2Securing the Database - Using SSL/TLS to encrypt data from IBM Business Monitor to DB2IBM HTTP Server, Transport Layer Security and Google Chromeand am just
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IBM HTTP Server, Transport Layer Security and Google Chrome
Fri, May 29th 2015 3:17a   Dave Hay
In another of my occasional posts for the Global WebSphere Community (GWC), aka the WebSphere User Group, I've just submitted an article covering my experiences with IBM HTTP Server, SSL/TLS and Chrome.It's on the GWC site here: -IBM HTTP Server, Transport Layer Security and Google ChromeI hope it's of some use :-)
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Business Process Management Design Guide: Using IBM Business Process Manager
Fri, May 15th 2015 12:39a   Dave Hay
IBM® Business Process Manager (IBM BPM) is a comprehensive business process management (BPM) suite that provides visibility and management of your business processes. IBM BPM supports the whole BPM lifecycle approach: • Discover and document • Plan • Implement • Deploy • Manage • OptimizeProcess owners and business owners can use this solution to engage directly in the improvement of their business processes.IBM BPM excels in integrating role-based process design, and provides a so
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Continuing to learn - IBM BPM and IBM Business Monitor to DB2 via SSL/TLS
Thu, May 14th 2015 3:09p   Dave Hay
I've written a couple of posts on the WebSphere User Group blog here: -Securing the Database - Using SSL/TLS to encrypt data from IBM Business Process Manager to DB2Securing the Database - Using SSL/TLS to encrypt data from IBM Business Monitor to DB2My next trick will be to force WebSphere Application Server (WAS) to use a specific encryption standard, namely TLS version 1.2.In DB2, this can be enforced as follows: -db2 update dbm config using SSL_VERSIONS TLSV12for version 1.2 or: -db2 update
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IBM Cognos - Working with SSL/TLS Keystore
Wed, May 13th 2015 2:00p   Dave Hay
This is an ongoing voyage of discovery, as I seek to replicate my success: -Securing the Database - Using SSL/TLS to encrypt data from IBM Business Process Manager to DB2( this is a post that I authored for the WebSphere User Group on their Global WebSphere Community site )with IBM Business Monitor.Whilst the DB2 and WAS aspects ( configuring the DB2 instance and listener for SSL, updating the WAS JDBC data sources, adding the DB2 signer certificate into he WAS trust store etc. ) are the same, t
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IBM Integration Designer - 101
Tue, May 12th 2015 2:57p   Dave Hay
I'm learning to get to grips with IBM Integration Designer (IID) at present, hence my post on the WUG here: -Business Process Execution Language - My first forayPart of my self-enablement has come from a pair of tutorials, cannily called Hello World, that I found a few days ago: -Hello World Part 1: Getting started [PDF]Hello World Part 2 : Service Components and Web Interfaces [PDF]I was using older ( version 7.5.1 ) editions of these two tutorials, although they worked perfectly ( user errors
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WebSphere Liberty Profile and IBM HTTP Server - Exchanging SSL Certificates
Mon, May 11th 2015 3:57p   Dave Hay
This one is for a friend of mine, TonyH, who asked this question earlier.I don't claim to understand his requirements, but he asked: -What's the best way to export certs from liberty so I can import them into the IHS keystore?I'm running Liberty Profile 8.5.5.5 on my Mac and IBM HTTP Server (IHS) 8.5.5.5 on a Red Hat VM.I started by downloading the Liberty Profile Runtime from here: -Download just the Liberty profile runtimewhich resulted in: --rw-r--r--@ 1 davehay staff 60261097 11 May 18
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Adding Ant to IBM Operational Decision Manager
Sat, May 9th 2015 2:29a   Dave Hay
In a departure from the norm, I'm NOT going to detail my recent experiences with Apache Ant and IBM ODM Ruls here, but instead direct you to my post on another site, the Global WebSphere Community (GWC), which hosts the WebSphere User Group.So you want to know more about Ant and ODM ? Then please read my post here: -Adding Ant to IBM Operational Decision Managerand feel free to provide feedback here, there, or via Twitter.
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Disaster recovery guidance for IBM Business Process Manager - An updated approach for IBM BPM V8.x
Wed, May 6th 2015 2:14p   Dave Hay
IBM® Business Process Manager (BPM) is a powerful tool for modeling and running an organization's most critical business processes. Over the past several years, features have been developed and verified to enable cross-site replication and recovery, achieving very sophisticated disaster-recovery objectives. Learn about the core principles that guide an infrastructure architect to design a successful disaster-recovery strategy.Disaster recovery guidance for IBM Business Process Manager - An upd




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