February 3, 2017
• LEAD ARTICLE: TechTip: Watson, APIs, and You, Part 1
• FEATURED ARTICLE: TechTip: Node.js on Linux with JDBC Connection to DB2 for i
• NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Software AG Reveals Internet of Things Predictions for 2017
• WHITE PAPER: IBM i Security: Event Logging & Active Monitoring
• FEATURED VIDEO: Design an Invoice in 10 Minutes with TLAForms
• EVENT: Why You Need Document Management in 2017
If there’s anything hotter than that new bacon-kale-champagne salad, it’s Watson and its family of APIs. But what is Watson, and what does it mean for you?
Written by David Shirey
Everywhere you look today, you see the little Watson symbol—in magazines, in TV ads, everywhere. It has become the Good Housekeeping seal of approval on any product or idea, stamping it with the authority and superiority of artificial intelligence.
But do very many of us really know what that stands for and what’s involved? Over the next few TechTips, we’re going to spend a little time digging into Watson and discovering just what makes Watson so special and how it may impact your life over the coming years.
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Real-world needs demand real-world "what happens if I poke here?" solutions.
Written by Aaron Bartell
One thing I love about my job at Krengeltech is doing discovery work to determine if a collection of technologies can work together to accomplish a business need. Such was the case today. A business had the need to communicate from Node.js on CentOS to DB2 for i. There are many options available to accomplish this task and I've listed some of them below. I've included commentary concerning my thoughts about each.
A Step by Step Guide
Active monitoring is one of the most critical and effective security controls that an organization can deploy. Unlike many Windows and Linux server deployments, the IBM i can host a complex mix of back-office applications, web applications, and open source applications and services - leaving millions of security events to actively monitor.
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- Creating the IBM security audit journal QAUDJRN
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