The primary administration automation mechanism on IBM WebSphere DataPower appliances is the XML Management Interface. The XMI interface allows one[…]Read more
Some Simple Updates To A DataPower XSLT stylesheet.
In the last post, we saw how an XML Firewall in loopback mode could be used to return a valid[…]Read more
DataPower Access Rental—Maybe DataPower in the Cloud?
Ever since I was first started working with IBM WebSphere DataPower I was looking around for someone that was offering[…]Read more
RBM–Administrative Access & Security for DataPower
I generally recommend to clients that DataPower RBM (Role-Based Management) be configured to perform authentication and authorization of DataPower administrators[…]Read more
DataPower Appliances & HSMs
I’ve been in a couple of shops that have used the HSM module option of DataPower for FIPS 140-2 v2[…]Read more
DataPower Exports and XML Files Referenced by Stylesheets
I was recently presented with an opportunity to be clever while promoting DataPower objects from a development environment to a[…]Read more
How To Rename a WS-Proxy or Multi-Protocol Gateway Object on a DataPower Appliance
Anyone who has worked with DataPower for a while has gotten into a situation where they need to rename a[…]Read more
Who Owns DataPower Within An Organization?
The definition of the word ownership has varying meanings across organizations, but there is always a group that retains control[…]Read more
DataPower and Terminal Servers…
DataPower has a serial port console that is used during initial bootstrap of the appliance, recovering from problems, and certain[…]Read more
WebSphere DataPower Roles and Responsibilities…
DataPower is a weird (but, wonderful) beast. It has a tendency to break some of the traditional IT silos that[…]Read more