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With the release of Version 7.5 of RDi-SOA, IBM provides the first real vision of the future of IBM i development.
By Joe Pluta
With Something Old
and Something New
They Borrowed the Best
And Turned It Blue
I realize "first real vision of the future" may ring hollow in some of the more jaded ears in our community, what with all the Strategic Directions and Development Roadmaps over the years, but RDi-SOA Version 7.5 is truly unique in the annals of IBM i development. In fact, along with the 5250 and the integrated database, RDi-SOA may be another first in business application programming in general: in this case, the first tool that provides end-to-end support for developing every possible type of application architecture, from green-screen to full thick client.
Don’t miss your chance to hear the update on the state of Power Systems from Scott Handy, IBM V.P. of Marketing and Strategy for Power Systems, and Ed Vesely, Vision Solutions Sr. V.P. of Marketing. You will also be shown highlights of the recent study on the state of resilience and optimization on IBM I and AIX environments. Webcast registrants receive a copy of the 22-page study: The State of
Resilience and Optimization on IBM Power Systems.Click to Register.
When investigating clustering technology, embrace the Vision.
By Thomas M. Stockwell
Last month, Vision Solutions announced the integration of its Vision Cluster1 solution with IBM's Systems Director Navigator.
Cluster1 is Vision Solutions' unique cluster management solution for System i, but many customers are still a bit confused about the differences between the use of clusters on the System i and the traditional use of clusters in the UNIX or Linux environment.
Thomas M. Stockwell, on behalf of MC Press Online, conducted an interview with Craig Johnson, Vice President for Research and Development at Vision Solutions, investigating how the Vision Cluster1 solution addresses these concerns.