Articles & Content
Topic: 2008 NA
DATE: 2008-5-19 (01:30 PM - 02:30 PM)
SPEAKERS: Suzette Wendler (IBM Advanced Technical Support - IMS)
Building on decades of innovation and value, mainframe computing with IMS continues to be a significant part of IBM's On Demand and SOA strategy. Customers can rest assured that their investment in existing business logic can be integrated into evolving technologies. This session discusses how new interfaces and architectural frameworks open up and integrate IMS accessibility to and from distributed environments and Web servers. Discussions will position and compare the new IMS technologies that integrate the use of SOAP, XML, EJB's and Web Services.
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate,Advanced
Attendees will learn about the different architected interfaces that allow IMS to be integrated into a distributed environment.
Attendees will learn about specific solutions to access IMS transactions and how to expose them as web services.
Attendees will learn about specific solutions to access IMS data from remote environments.
Attendees will learn about the capabilities that are available to IMS applications to allow them to consume web services.
Attendees will learn about the IMS interfaces that are part of the Integration Suite and support the IMS application call-out capability to access remote resources.
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