21 Feb 2013
February 21, 2013

What Is Series by Steve Robinson – The Middleware Shop

February 21, 2013 Blog, IBM, What Is 0 Comment

Over the coming months, I am going to produce a set of one-pager articles called “What Is” series. These will be blog entries designed to answer the question’s I am asked most. Like; what is: <IBM_PRODUCT>. Examples will be covering old and new names of IBM products mostly in the WebSphere and possibly Lotus brand-names.. A sort of quick-ref wiki without technical waffle. Some examples …

  • What is ESB?
  • What is SOA?
  • What is WebSphere Message Broker (WMB)?
  • What is IBM BPM?
  • What is IBM Commerce Suite?
  • What is Sterling B2B Integrator?
  • What Is WebSphere Integration Developer (WID)?
  • What is WebSphere MQ (WMQ)?
  • What is Lombardi?
  • What is IBM Process Server?
  • What is WebSphere Process Sever?
  • What is WebSphere Registry and Repository (WSRR)?
  • What is eXterme Scale?
  • What is WebSphere Application Server?
  • What is WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment?

More names like MQSI, MQSeries, WebSphere commerce server, DataPower,WTX,WebSphere Cast Iron,WSSR Studio,Rational Application Sever, Rational Software Architect, the list will be quit extensive with a list of older or previous product names for all our reference.

Catch you soon.



PS: Ping me if you have any IBM Products you want to see in the list.


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