WAS7_Messaging I - Welcome to: Introduction to WebSphere...

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Welcome to: © Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM. Introduction to WebSphere Platform Messaging (WPM)
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Unit Objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to discuss: Overview of WebSphere Messaging system Service Integration Bus Architecture and components Sample topologies Support for other JMS providers Summary
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 WebSphere Platform Messaging – Big Picture Provides integrated asynchronous messaging capabilities for the WebSphere platform Integral JMS messaging service for WebSphere Application Server Fully compliant JMS 1.1 provider Service Integration Bus Architectural concept Intelligent infrastructure for service-oriented integration Unifies Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), messaging, message brokering and publish/subscribe Complements and extends WebSphere Application Server Share and extend messaging family capabilities WebSphere MQ connectivity
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 JMS Support WebSphere V6 provides a pure Java JMS 1.1 provider Installed as part of the base server installation Runs completely inside the application server JVM •Fully integrated with application server management, including high availability. – Messaging engines failover along with application servers •Each application server, or cluster, can host a messaging engine. Messaging engines can be interconnected to form a messaging bus Persistent messages are stored either in an embedded Cloudscape database or an external database of customer choice (DB2, Oracle, and so forth) via JDBC driver Interoperable with WebSphere MQ One process . .. Base Server with J2EE, Integrated messaging All Java code Integrated security Cloudscape or other RDBMS for persistence support
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Service Integration as Part of ESB WebSphere MQ Backbone MQI application JMS application WBI adapter Event Broker MQe SCADA Enterprise Service Bus Web services JCA adapter Web service provider Platform Messaging Platform Messaging Web service requestor JMS application Web service requestor JMS application Mediation Mediation Web service provider Message Broker Service Integration Bus Service Integration Bus JCA adapter
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Messaging – Basic Flow Producers send/put messages to destinations Consumers receive/get messages from destinations Destinations are platform messaging managed points of communication: JMS queues JMS topics Web service endpoints Consumer Administration Producer Message Message Destination
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© Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Service Integration Bus (SIBus) It’s a communication infrastructure that provides service integration through synchronous and asynchronous messaging Can have multiple interconnected buses in a cell or stand- alone node (single server)
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course COMPUTER S a303 taught by Professor None during the Spring '11 term at BEM Bordeaux Management School.

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WAS7_Messaging I - Welcome to: Introduction to WebSphere...

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