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ng Enterprise Java Applications Using DB2 Universal Database,Version 7.2

DB2 ® Universal Database (UDB) supports all the key Internet standards, making it an ideal database
for use on the Web. DB2 Universal Database supports WebSphere, Java, and XML Exten
der, which
makes it easy for you to deploy your e
business applications. This paper discusses the features of
DB2 UDB Universal Developer’s Edition Version 7.2 (UDE), and included development tools such as
VisualAge ® for Java, Professional Edition and Web
Sphere Studio, for use in building Web

DB2 Universal Database Knows Baseball at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games: User Defined
Function's & User Defined Types Deliver A Homerun

The IBM data management family of products are a major part of ma
king the Sydney 2000 Olympic
Games a success. DB2 on an OS/390 is the major repository for the Games. DB2 Universal Database
is the database management product behind the INFO kiosks. The Official Sydney 2000 Games Web
site uses DB2 Universal Database to c
ollect and manage live results data during the games.

DB2 Universal Database’s Business Intelligence Functions assist in the Sydney 2000 Olympic

This paper presents examples of how the built in Business Intelligence Functions of DB2 Universal
ase can assist in the development and implementation of the IBM Olympic Games System at the
Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

IBM DB2 XML Extender

An end to end solution for storing and retrieving XML documents

The Extensible Markup Language (XML)is a key tec
hnology that facilitates information exchange and
business transactions. Starting with IBM DB2 Universal Database Net.Data Version 1, an application
can generate XML documents from SQL queries against DB2 or any ODBC
compliant databases.

Introduction t
o WebServices

Dynamic e
Business with DB2 and WebServices

The Internet infrastructure is ready to support a new generation of e
business applications, called Web
services. Web services are enhanced e
business applications that are easier to advertise and

easier to

by other businesses

because they are described in a more uniform way on the Internet.
These new enhancements allow e
business applications to be connected more easily both inside and
outside the enterprise. The Web services infras
tructure is based on the eXtensible Markup Language
(XML). Messages and data flow between a service requester and a service provider using XML. This
paper briefly describes Web services and then describes how DB2 data can be dynamically
transformed to XML
and the important role that DB2 plays in a Web services world.

DB2 Specific:


CWM Enablement Showcase: Warehouse I
nterchange Made Easy Using CWM

IBM is pleased to be a sponsor and key co
developer of the Object Management Group's Common
Warehouse Metamodel (CWM). Endorsed by the OMG and key industry leaders, the CWM is the first
independent standard for the exchange
of metadata within the data warehouse environment.

IBM DB2 OLAP Miner: an opportunity
discovery feature of DB2 OLAP Server

This paper introduces the reader to data mining and the application of data mining using OLAP
technology. According to research
conducted by the IBM Almaden Research Center, DB2 OLAP Miner
(OLAP Miner) introduces a new technology that marries discovery
driven analysis with
multidimensional analysis. Applying data mining algorithms to OLAP cubes, OLAP Miner discovers
interesting val
ues through an exhaustive search of the multidimensional data. Values that the
algorithm marks as interesting are then presented to the analyst to be used as a starting point for
further hypothesis driven exploration.

Building a Scalable e
Business Plat

This paper documents the highlights of a joint effort by IBM, Quest Software, and Intel Corporation to
demonstrate how IBM’s e
business software, WebSphere and DB2, running on IBM’s Intel
servers, provide a scalable infrastructure for e
s solutions.

IBM eServer Cluster 1300

A Scalable Linux Solution

Enterprise web applications require servers to support very large number of users with fast response
times. IBM eServer Cluster 1300 is a high
performance, inexpensive, rack
mounted, centr
managed integrated system that scales well across servers in the cluster including details of the
benchmarking application, test methodology, and analysis of results are presented. This paper
presents the results of the test conducted on a 58
node Clu
ster 1300 system, simultaneously running
eight instances of e
Business Trade 2 benchmark tests on Redhat Linux. This all
IBM solution
mounted in only three racks supported 800,000 users, serving an unprecedented 12,547 requests/sec
with an average response

time of 0.27 sec/request. The benchmark testing was conducted using
IBM’s Trade 2 J2EE e
Business benchmark running WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and Edge
server, IBM HTTP server, J2EE, and DB2 Universal Database on the xSeries hardware. IBM’s Cluste
System Management (CSM) software provided a single point of control to manage the entire cluster.

Open 24 hours a day: Integrating information for real
time analytics

This paper describes techniques for implementing what Gartner Group has called a "ze
ro latency
environment" in which real
time decision
making solutions leverage messaging and database
technologies. It explains the technical requirements needed to implement solutions and shows how
IBM is uniquely positioned to offer a complete set of prod
ucts for the implementation of zero latency
environments. This is achieved through the marriage of IBM’s world
class transactional products with
IBM’s strength in business intelligence, which provides the ability to integrate analytics into the day
operations of the business, reducing the time between the business decision and the business
action. It also demonstrates the importance of integrating historic data derived from the data
warehouse into the real
time decision making process.

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