Sunday, August 8, 2010

A Term, What is this? is some new term for our IT Field. This term is come from IBM i and Microsoft combination which provide facilities to organizations that now they can use IBM system with Microsoft applications which are built in .NET framework like SQL Server,Office etc.
This technology is the only one in IT industry in which two huge system combine into one.It is a complete solution with addressing presentation, business logic and database issues from a single platform.
By using fusion, the limitation of interoperability is near about remove which we occurred in many solutions like calling programs, replicating databases or transferring files – to create true composite applications that deliver real-time enterprise data and functionality to people as they need it.

Requirement/Importance of

Many organizations use a combined IT environment that is difficult or complex to handle and constrains the responsiveness of the IT resources to changing business needs. All organizations need choice in how they build and deploy applications, but the choice is practical only when the IT resources can operate as a harmonized unit. gives solution by combining the IBM i and Windows platforms into a fused consolidated whole, where you build applications on the most appropriate platform or distribute across both. provide the things as follows :

* Gives appropriate faster action when responding to changing business needs.
* Accommodate choice for development options, preferences and available skills.
* Secure investment in the current assets – concern with people and applications.
* Mix the both of IBM i and Windows platforms.
* Build a flexible road map ranging from quick modernization to a full migration.
* Provide security and data integrity at every step.

Some Examples of :

There are much of important points between the IBM i system and Microsoft solutions:

* Fusing an e-commerce Web site which was built in ASP.NET to an IBM i ERP system, thereby publishing up-to-the-second inventory and pricing information along with straight-through order processing.
* Use or Fetch live operational data on the IBM i database (DB2) directly from a Windows or Web-based dashboard, without having any terminal session or toggle between multiple screens.
* Enhancing collaboration and work flow automation by combining tasks that use both Windows and IBM i functionality (including program logic, data queues and access to the IFS) inside a Microsoft Share Point enterprise portal with support for single sign-on.
* Provide all of Visual Studio.NET developers the authority to perform create, read, update and delete actions on the core databases — without risk of destroying data integrity or security.

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