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Lotus®Version 1IBM WebSphere Application ServerIntroduction for LotusIBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for LotusThis course is designed to demystify IBM® WebSphere® Application Server and is appropriate for anyonewho is not familiar with this product. This course has a high level focus with a particular emphasis onhow WebSphere Application Server relates to several IBM Lotus® products that run on it. For simplicity,in this course the phrase Lotus products also includes IBM WebSphere Portal.Many IBM products, including the following, run on WebSphere Application Server. The productscovered in this course are:vIBM Lotus ConnectionsvIBM Lotus Sametime® 8.5vIBM Lotus Quickr™ services for WebSphere PortalvIBM WebSphere PortalThe course will explain what WebSphere Application Server is, why some Lotus applications are built onit, and provide some high level details on each product listed above as it relates to WebSphereApplication Server.Time requiredIt should take approximately 60 minutes to complete this course.Prerequisites and system requirementsThere are no prerequisites or system requirements for this course content. No prior WebSphereApplication Server knowledge is required.Learning topicsThis course covers the following learning topics:vWhat is WebSphere Application Server?vWhy is it important that WebSphere Application Server is Java™ EE Certified?vKey characteristics of WebSphere Application Server.vWhat is Service-oriented Architecture, and how does WebSphere Application Server come into playwith it?vWhat is Web 2.0?vWhere does WebSphere Application Server fit into the topology for Lotus products?vWhat versions of WebSphere Application Server do each of the products run on?vWhat other IBM products run on WebSphere Application Server?vHigh level view of the WebSphere Application Server architecture.vWhere does WebSphere Application Server come into play during product installs?vWhat is the Integrated Solutions Console?vWhat does the Integrated Solutions console look like?vHow do Lotus products that run on WebSphere Application Server make use of the IBM IntegratedSolutions Console?1AgendaRead through each of the sections in the order that they are listed in the following table:TitleApproximate Timing (in minutes)High level overview of IBM WebSphere Application Server15Why are some Lotus products built on IBM WebSphere20Application Server?Working with WebSphere Application Server as it Relates to Lotus 20ProductsReview: Completing the Course5Total:602IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for LotusHigh level overview of WebSphere Application ServerIn this section you will learn what IBM WebSphere Application Server is and its key characteristics andbenefits.Learning TopicsThe following learning topics are covered in this section:vWhat is WebSphere Application Server?vWhy is it important that WebSphere Application Server is Java EE certified?vKey characteristics of WebSphere Application Server.vWhat is Service-oriented Architecture, and how does WebSphere Application Server come into playwith it?vWhat is Web 2.0?vWho are WebSphere Application Server's competitors?What is WebSphere Application Server?The term IBM WebSphere is a brand name that represents many products. IBM WebSphere ApplicationServer is one of the many products in the IBM WebSphere brand and product family. WebSphereApplication Server is:vAn application server that provides an infrastructure for running scalable, enterprise level Java basedWeb applications and services.– The applications can be as simple as basic Web sites or as complex as enterprise wide transactionprocessing applications.– The services include resource requirements, clustering, administration, security, performance, andtransaction management.vA platform for developing and deploying Web services and Enterprise JavaBeans™.vIBM's implementation of the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) platform.vA key building block for Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) infrastructuresWebSphere Application Server is often referred to as a foundation. In this context, WebSphere ApplicationServer provides:vA foundation for running many of the WebSphere applications, such as WebSphere Portal, and manyother 3rd party applications.vThe foundation of IBM's SOA application infrastructure.WebSphere Application Server is also referred to as middleware. In this context, WebSphere ApplicationServer is:vMiddleware that connects clients, browsers and front end Web servers to back end systems such asdatabases.vMiddleware that resides between the operating system and applications, and extends the functions ofthe operating system by integrating systems such as databases and transaction processors, andextending them to the Web.Source: WebSphere Application Server Product DemonstrationsExample: A Web browser sends a request for information via an external Web server to WebSphereApplication Server. Acting as the "middle man", WebSphere Application Server obtains the requestedinformation from the appropriate back-end source, such as a database, and then sends the information tothe Web browser.IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for Lotus3The diagram to the right depicts a very simplistic versionof a WebSphere Application Server architecture. TheApplication in this diagram could be any one ofhundreds of applications, such as WebSphere Portal orLotus Connections or a Lotus Sametime 8.5 Meetingserver.Why is it important that WebSphere Application Server is Java EEcertified?The benefits of the Java EE Platform are cited in Chapter 1 of the Redbook, WebSphere Application ServerV7.0: Concepts, Planning and Design as follows:vAn architecture-driven approach allowing application development helps reduce maintenancecosts and allows for construction of an information technology (IT) infrastructure that can grow toaccommodate new services.vApplication development standards, tools and predefined rules improve productivity andaccelerates and shortens development cycles.vPackaging, deployment, and management standards for your enterprise applications facilitatesystems and operations management.vIndustry standard technologies enable clients to choose among platforms, development tools, andmiddleware to power their applications.vPlatform independence gives flexibility to create an application once and to run it on multipleplatforms. This provides true portability to enterprise applications.vEmbedded support for Internet and Web technologies allows for applications that can bringservices and content to a wider range of customers, suppliers, and others, without creating theneed for proprietary integration.Note:vIn addition to Java EE Certified you may also hear the terms J2EE Certified or J2EE Compliant. Theacronym for Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition was known as J2EE until recently when it was changedto Java EE (starting with version 5).vThe same benefits for Java EE version(s) also apply to J2EE versions.vWebSphere Application Server version 7.0 uses Java EE version 6.vWebSphere Application Server version 6.1 uses Java EE version 5.Key characteristics of WebSphere Application ServerWebSphere Application Server has several editions, a few of which are cited below. The table identifiessome of the key characteristics of each edition. Keep in mind that you can run WebSphere ApplicationServer in a standalone server configuration, but the real power of WebSphere Application Server is in theNetwork Deployment.4IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for LotusTable 1. Characteristics of several WebSphere Application Server editionsWebsphere Application ServerEditionKey CharacteristicsWebSphere Application ServervBuilt on top of the WebSphere Application Server base editionNetwork DeploymentvAdvanced deployment services such as:– Advanced clustering– Dynamic scalability– High availabilityvSupports multiple, distributed servers as well as standalone serversvCentralized administration of multiple serversvAdvanced management features for distributed configurationsWebSphere Application Server BasevSupports standalone server environmentvServes as the core Java EE, Web 2.0 and Web services application server.vSecure, high performance transaction processingvOptimized to ease administration in scalable, standalone serverenvironmentWebSphere Application ServervSupports standalone server environmentExpress®vTargets small and mid-size businessesvEasy management of basic dynamic web sitesvAffordableWebSphere Application ServervSeparate product from the other editionsCommunity EditionvBuilt on Apache GeronimovDesigned to utilize innovations in open source communityvSupports standalone server environmentvLightweightvFree downloadNote:vAll editions listed in the table above are Java EE Certified.vAll editions except for the Community Edition share a common code base.vAll information in the table applies to WebSphere Application Server versions 6.1 and 7.0.vWebSphere Application Server version 6.1 became available in June 2006.vWebSphere Application Server version 7.0 became available in October 2008.Question: WebSphere Application Server is open source. Does this mean the Lotus applications that run onWebSphere Application Server, run on the open source version of WebSphere Application Server?Answer: No. The editions of WebSphere Application Server used by Lotus products and WebSphere Portal are notbased on the open source community edition. They run on the proprietary editions, namely WebSphere ApplicationServer Network Deployment, which offer enterprise services. This subject will be discussed in more detail later inthis course.For more detail on each WebSphere Application Server edition above as well as others not representedhere, such as the optional Extended Deployment and also the System z®, Hypervisor, and Developeredition, refer to the following resources:vWebSphere Application Server Version 7 Product EditionsIBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for Lotus5vRedbook: WebSphere Application Server V7: Concepts, Planning, and design. Look at the comparison charton page 17.vWebSphere Application Server Version 6.1 PackagingWhat is Service-oriented Architecture, and how does WebSphereApplication Server come into play with it?WebSphere Application Server is the foundation of IBM's Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) applicationinfrastructure. SOA is a set of design principles that enables businesses to develop agile applications andservices that can be integrated with a broad range of platforms and services, and with existingapplications, and can easily adapt to evolving business needs. The Redbook, WebSphere Application ServerV7.0: Concepts, Planning and Design, cites the following SOA capabilities WebSphere Application Serverprovides:WebSphere Application Server provides the environment to run your solutions and to integratethem with every platform and system as business application services conforming to the SOAreference architecture. From a SOA perspective, with WebSphere Application Server you canperform the following functions:vBuild and deploy reusable application services quickly and easilyvRun services in a secure, scalable, highly available environmentvConnect software assets and extend their reachvManage applications effortlesslyvGrow as your needs evolve, reusing core skills and assets ...As the architecture grows and more applications are added to this portfolio, they can beorchestrated together in flexible business workflows, enabling businesses to better react to changes,such as the introduction of a new partner or supplier, shifts in the business model, or thestreamlining of several application services into one.Refer to the first few minutes/slides of the multimedia presentation, Introduction to WebSphere ApplicationServer v7, for an overview of how and where WebSphere Application Server plays a part in IBM's SOAlife cycle.What is Web 2.0?As you explore various WebSphere Application Server resources, you will frequently see it referred to asa Web 2.0 application server. You may be wondering what Web 2.0 means. The IBM Lotus Connections 2.5Reviewer's Guide offers the following explanation of Web 2.0:The best way to understand Web 2.0 is to look at what preceded it in the first generation, or Web 1.0era. The Web 1.0 world was characterized by mostly static content that was usually created andmanaged by a central authority. Web browsers were called that because they allowed users tobrowse those static HTML pages. There was very little interaction from users. Users mightoccasionally submit a form (which was probably mailed to the Webmaster) but were mostlyconsumers of centrally published content. Web 2.0 refers to the second generation of Web design anddevelopment that lets users to do more than just retrieve information. New development tools, Webconstructs, and a move toward empowering and involving the user caused a dramatic change inhow users interacted with not only content but, more importantly, with other users on the Web.Users now have the ability to author their own Web content, as well as rate, tag, and comment onothers' content, and they have the ability to interact with others, virtually, on the Web. This has ledto the development of Web-based communities and sites that provide social networking, file sharing,blogs, wikis, and other interactive content applications.6IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for LotusWeb 1.0 refers to connecting computers and making technology more efficient for computers. Web 2.0represents an evolving World Wide Web platform. Web 2.0 is about connecting people and makingtechnology efficient for people.Source: Redpaper: Case Study: Web 2.0 SOA ScenarioWho are WebSphere Application Server's competitors?In terms of longevity, WebSphere Application Server has been in the industry for over 10 years and hasevolved over time with the ever changing technologies and standards. However, it is not the onlyapplication server in the industry that provides the features described in the document. Other topapplication servers include:vAdobe® ColdFusionvApache GeronimovOracle WebLogic ServervRed Hat JBossvMicrosoft® Windows® Server 2003vSAP NetWeavervSun Java System Application Server/GlassFishEven with this competition in the market place, WebSphere Application Server is regarded as one of thepremier application servers available. In September 2008, results of market research by Evans DataCorporation comparing the application servers cited above, included the following:WebSphere was ranked higher in ten out of twenty-one categories by its users than any otherapplication server was. These categories include some of the ones that users also rated as mostimportant, including performance, scalability, support, and diagnostics.IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for Lotus7Source:Evans Data Corporation report: Users' Choice: Application ServersThe following eWeek article discusses the Evans Data Corporation report referenced above: Survey: IBMWebSphere Tops App Server Ranks8IBM WebSphere Application Server Introduction for LotusDocument Outline
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