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Thomas Schulze

System z9 FTSS
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WebSphere Team


tschulze@de.ibm.com

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zWebSphere Version 6.1


What‘s hot and new

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Notes
:

Perf ormance is in Internal Throughput Rate (ITR) ratio based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in

a
controlled env ironment. The actual throughput that any user
will experience will v ary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the
I/O

conf iguration, the storage conf iguration, and the workload
processed. Theref ore, no assurance can be giv en that an indiv idual user will achieve throughput improvements equiv alent to
the

perf ormance ratios stated here.

IBM hardware products are manuf actured f rom new parts, or new and serv iceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms appl
y.

All customer examples cited or described in this presentation are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some cus
tom
ers hav e used IBM products and the results they may hav e
achiev ed. Actual env ironmental costs and perf ormance characteristics will v ary depending on indiv idual customer conf iguratio
ns
and conditions.

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ocu
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change without notice. Consult y our local IBM business contact f or inf ormation on the product or serv ices av ailable in y our
are
a.

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goa
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CICS*

DB2*

GDPS*

Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex

HiperSockets

IBM*

IBM eServer

IBM logo*

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On Demand Business logo



Parallel Sysplex*

RACF*

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WebSphere*

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Agenda


WebSphere Education
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Overview


WebSphere 6.1


Overview


Key Topics


Installation


Security


Communication


Management


Differentiator


Application Server Toolkit


Overview


Installation: Quick and Clean


Question & Answering


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zWebSphere im 2. Halbjahr 2006


WebSphere Application Server on z/OS: Meet the Architect


Ad Hoc Workshop am 29.09.06 von 10:00
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13:00 Uhr in der IBM Niederlassung in Frankfurt a.M.



ITSO IBM System z SOA Forum, vom 17.10. bis 18.10.2006 in München (kostenpflichtig)



System z Software Study Tour, executive briefing, 13.11. bis 16.11.2006 in Raleigh, Lab
Tour



Schulungen kostenfrei von IBM


Noch ein Wildfire Workshop in 2006, WebSphere Business Integration auf z/OS mit Process
Server und Enterprise Service Bus, vom 07.11 bis 09.11.2006 in Stuttgart

http://www
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1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/accelerate/enroll.html



CAP Programm V6.1 läuft, ein deutscher Kunde dabei (WW 7 Kunden)


Programm Ziel: Produktionsaufnahme mit einer Anwendung unter WebSphere V6.1 Ende Februar
2007, gleichzeitig Beta für 64bit WAS



WebSphere Technical Conference, Salzburg


13
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17 November 2006


Informationen in mehr als 150 Brea
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Out Sessions


Themen: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), the IBM SOA Foundation, WebSphere Application
Server V6.1, Application Development tools, WebSphere ESB, WebSphere Message Broker,
WebSphere Process Server, Rational Tooling, WebSphere Portal and Tivoli Security and
Monitoring and so much more!

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Overview
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The long way to common code


Common Tests


Common code base between
z/OS and MPs as of version
V6.0.1


J2EE Application platform
programming model


Platform Messaging


Service Oriented Architecture
(SOA)


System Management


J2EE programming extensions


WebSphere Rapid Deployment

6.0

5.0.1

5.0

6.0.1

5.0.2

5.1

5.0

5.0.1

5.0.2

5.1

2003

2004

zWAS

WAS Dist

2005

2006

6.0.2

6.1

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Overview


WebSphere Application Server z/OS V6
+

Service


End of service


WAS 5.1 planned 04/2008


WAS 6.0.2 planned 09/2008


http://www
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306.ibm.com/software/info/supportlifecycle/list/w.html


WAS z/OS V6 service will be every ~4 weeks


Maintain the current incremental PTF delivery


++APARS can be requested by the customer for Sev1 P1 situations

Synch Point

Synch Point

z/OS specific

zWAS

WAS Dist

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WebSphere Application Server V6.1: Key Features/Themes

Ease
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of
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use features help accelerate time to value:


J2SE 5 (IBM’s JDK 5.0)


Application Server Toolkit (AST) & other tools


Installation Factory

Simple, Rapid
Development and
Deployment

Have confidence applications are secure and available


Security improvements


Performance improvements

Secure, Scalable,
Highly Available
SOA Runtime

Makes assets accessible to new users, in new ways


New and improved Web Services


SIP support

Extensive
Communication
Services

Focus on innovation instead of maintenance


Admin and usability enhancements


Effective Application
Management

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Ease
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of
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use features help accelerate time to value:


J2SE 5 (IBM’s JDK 5.0)


Application Server Toolkit (AST) & other tools


Installation Factory

Simple, Rapid
Development and
Deployment


New Java Virtual Machine


IBM JDK 5.0


Significant performance Impromevements over JDK 1.4.2


More efficient Resource usage



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Ease
-
of
-
use features help accelerate time to value:


J2SE 5 (IBM’s JDK 5.0)


Application Server Toolkit (AST)

& other tools


Installation Factory

Simple, Rapid
Development and
Deployment


GUI based Customization Process

Later more ...

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Security out of the Box


Activated at installation time


Security Report


Common Criteria EAL 4 certified


Instance specific Security model


Down to application level using wsadmin

Have confidence applications are secure and available


Security improvements


Performance improvements


Secure, Scalable,
Highly Available
SOA Runtime

Cell

Node1

App1

Svr 1

Operator:Tom

Svr 3

Svr 4

Svr 5

Node2

App2

Cluster1

Svr 2

Administrator:Bill

Role:User

Authorization

Group

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Makes assets accessible to new users, in new ways


New and improved Web Services


SIP support

Extensive
Communication
Services


Session Initiated Protocol


Chat/Instant messaging


VoIP is built using SIP / Video over IP


Collaborative applications

Converged

Servlet

Container

HTTP Servlets

SIP Servlets

Portlets

Shared application session

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Focus on innovation instead of maintenance


Admin
and usability enhancements


Effective Application
Management


Mixed Cells


With different JDK Version in Servers


Action to Script in Adminconsole


Recent actions will be shown in script language


HTTP Server Plug In Administration


Report generation

6.1

6.1

6.0.X

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Focus on innovation instead of maintenance


Admin

and

usability enhancements


Effective Application
Management


Less Installation Steps


Customization easier


Classic ISPF panels


Application Server Toolkit


Information and Help System

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Positioning WebSphere on z/OS


Integration with z/OS platform


zWLM


superior performance management


Priority based
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CPU, memory, I/O, routing, reporting


RRS


platform 2 phase commit
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local high speed transaction management


System Logger


for transactions and system wide error log


SAF


Exploitation of z/OS security


ARM


automatic restart manager


Isolation and scale


CR/SR split


Sysplex


z/OS shared data cluster


DB2 datasharing, MQ datasharing, IMS, CICS, zFS


High performance notification and messaging


Stateful workload placement and routing


Capacity (sysplex distributor) and health based routing


VIPA


Performance and Scale


HW crytography


JCE and system SSL


Scalable network interfaces
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Asynchio


New HW instructions


Just in Time compiler (JIT)


Operational Consistancy


RAS


SVC dumps, java tdumps, ctrace, IPCS formatters


Console commands and messages


Log messages for automation


SMF records for capacity, chargeback* and diagnosis


None of these features affect application coding


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Application Server Toolkit


Installation Quick and Clean

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