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WebSphere Portal 8.5 and Oracle RAC One Node
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Quad9 free anycast DNS from IBM
Sat, Nov 18th 2017 3:59p   Kenio Carvalho
Quad9 is a free, recursive, anycast DNS platform that provides end users robust security protections, high-performance, and privacy.  Security: Quad9 blocks against known malicious domains, preventing your computers and IoT devices from connecting malware or phishing sites. Whenever a Quad9 user clicks on a website link or types in an address into a web browser, Quad9 will check the site against the IBM X-Force threat intelligence database of over 40 billion analyzed web pages and images. Quad9
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Free Data Science Ebooks from O’Reilly
Mon, Nov 13th 2017 9:23a   Kenio Carvalho
An archive of all O’Reilly data ebooks is available below for free download. Dive deep into the latest in data science and big data, compiled by O’Reilly editors, authors, and Strata speakers. http://www.oreilly.com/data/free/archive.html
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IBM Support Community for Digital Experience Products
Tue, Nov 7th 2017 11:31a   Kenio Carvalho
In the next week Digital Experience products: • WebSphere Portal • Web Content Manager • Digital Experience Patterns • Digital Experience on Cloud • Forms Experience Builder • Forms Experience Builder on Cloud will use the new IBM Support Community support portal. The interface is clean and you can search for fixes, open Cases (not PMR’s anymore) and talk with Watson on  a chat screen.
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Setup NLQ (Natural Language Querying) on Watson Explorer 11.0.2
Fri, Oct 27th 2017 9:42a   Kenio Carvalho
Watson™ Explorer Natural Language Querying (NLQ) improves the user search experience by allowing the user to query Watson Explorer using natural language queries such as questions. This is accomplished through the use of two components: Query Modifier, which modifies user queries before they are executed, and Ontolection Trainer, which provides machine learning tools that can generate ontolections for use in query expansion. The setup process is not hard you can follow the instructions here. B
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WebSphere Portal 8.5 and Oracle RAC One Node
Sat, Oct 21st 2017 11:42a   Kenio Carvalho
Several weeks ago a customer launch his new WebSphere Portal after  migrating from WPS 7.0.  We change the database server from Db2 to Oracle RAC but… WebSphere Portal has support for Oracle RAC.  We ask the Oracle DBA team for the connection URL and he sent an URL like this one: jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=HOSTNAME)(PORT=1521))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=SERVICENAME)) The url for Oracle RAC is like this one: jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS_LIST=(
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Improving DNS Lookups on Linux
Tue, Oct 17th 2017 9:50a   Kenio Carvalho
A good DNS service is very important for a mail server. On Linux servers you need to put your DNS servers on a file called resolv.conf. In general you have two entries like this: nameserver1 192.168.10.10 nameserver2 10.10.1.1 If one server does not respond then linux will try the second, but there is a timeout for this: timeout:n Sets the amount of time the resolver will wait for a response from a remote name server before retrying the query via a different name server. This may not be t
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Turn off IE compatibility mode
Tue, Oct 10th 2017 1:52p   Kenio Carvalho
On a customer site, all windows machines has a GPO to turn on the IE compatibility mode. The new WebSphere Portal does not work well with this compatibility mode. To solve the problem we add the following on the Apache Web Server Header set X-UA-Compatible “IE=Edge” The header above tell the IE browser to not use compatibillity mode when accessing the new portal.
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Bringing Watson Knowledge Studio to Bluemix
Fri, Sep 29th 2017 11:10a   Kenio Carvalho
If you have used Watson Knowledge Studio (WKS) before, you would know that it is a powerful application to teach Watson how to interpret specific terms in unstructured text using annotation models. Available since July 2016, WKS we are using WKS on several projetcts. More information on this link
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Recommended values for web server plug-in config
Tue, Sep 26th 2017 4:43p   Kenio Carvalho
In the web server plug-in, what do the LoadBalanceWeight, MaxConnections, ConnectTimeout, ServerIOTimeout, RetryInterval, IgnoreAffinityRequests, and GetDWLMTable options mean and what are the recommended settings for these options To understand how load balancing works in the web server plug-in, see Understanding IBM HTTP Server plug-in Load Balancing in a clustered environment. To understand how fail-over works in the web server plug-in, see Understanding HTTP plug-in failover in a clustered
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WebSphere Liberty is an OpenSource Project
Wed, Sep 20th 2017 9:34a   Kenio Carvalho
From Open Liberty Blog A modern runtime for Java microservices Over the last year we have had a lot of discussions with developers about how Liberty needs to evolve in order to meet developers’ expectations, and to continue innovating to support modern application needs. Of course, what ‘modern’ means in this context is always changing and microservices are redefining how software is developed. This is why we have been so active in the Eclipse MicroProfile project which is helping to




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