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IBM WebSphere® Data Power® Virtual ESB (DPV-ESB) Platform

The WebSphere Data Power Virtual ESB (DPV-ESB) Platform from HHG is a fully virtualized Service Gateway and Enterprise Service Bus that provides incredible agility in provisioning development and test environments for new and existing Data Power customers.
HHG has enabled DPV-ESB on the IBM® PureApplication™ System. IBM PureSystems™ is a new class of expert integrated systems, which combine the flexibility of a general-purpose system with the elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance tuned to a workload — fundamentally changing the experience and economics of IT. IBM PureApplication, an offering in IBM PureSystems, is a platform system designed and tuned specifically for transactional web and database applications. This workload-aware, flexible platform is designed to be easy to deploy, customize, safeguard and manage.
With the introduction of IBM WebSphere Data Power Virtual Editions (DPVE), IBM customers have the option of deploying both physical and virtual Data Power Service Gateways and integration infrastructure on IBM Expert Integrated Systems. HHG's DPV-ESB Platform provides a set of best practice Virtual System Patterns that incorporate Data Power VE, WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR - for service governance and Policy management), and the WebSphere Appliance Management Console (WAMC).
Data Power customers, using the HHG DPVE enabled on PureApplication System, receive a pre-integrated pattern that deploys as a virtual system in minutes, in comparison to similar physical topologies/environments that often take our customers months to operationalize. These environments help our Data Power customers automate much of the migration process from older to newer appliance model types and firmware versions, as well as providing a fully functional, virtual SDLC environment for refactoring/optimizing existing Data Power service proxies (e.g., exposing SOAP endpoints as RESTful services, using WS-MediationPolicy for policy architectures, etc.).
For more information about HHG's DPV-ESB application pattern on IBM PureApplication System, please call George Knoll at 650.515.5551 or email
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