IBM DataPower Appliances - What's new in 2014 (v7.0)

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IBM DataPower Appliances - What's new in 2014 (v7.0)

  1. 1. What’s New in DataPower Appliances V7.0 © 2014 IBM Corporation Ozair Sheikh Senior Product Manger, DataPower Appliances IBM Arif Siddiqui Principal Product Manager, DataPower Appliances IBM
  2. 2. Agenda • DataPower Quick Overview • What’s new in DataPower v6.0 & v6.0.1 • What’s new in DataPower v7.0
  3. 3. Introduction to DataPower Gateway Appliances IBM DataPower Gateway Appliances are the industry-leading Security & Integration gateways that help provide security, control, integration and optimized access to a full range of Mobile, Web, API, SOA, B2B, & Cloud workloads
  4. 4. IBM DataPower Gateway Appliances Security & Integration Gateway Appliances Internet Trusted Domain Consumer Application or Service DMZ Consumer DataPower DataPower • Securely expose enterprise data to external consumers/partners, while optimizing delivery of the workload • Securely connect apps/services within the enterprise, while optimizing delivery of the workload and providing integration including XML/JSON offload, message validation/filtering, message/transport protocol transformation, traffic control/quota enforcement, SOA governance & management, dynamic routing & intelligent load distribution • Physical appliance that is purpose-built, tamper-evident with simplified deployment combining superior performance, hardened security, increased ROI and reduced TCO • Provides high levels of certified Security assurance ‒ e.g. Transport Protocol Security (SSL/TLS), Message Level Security, and Authentication, Authorization, Audit • Simplified maintenance model ‒ Drop-in appliance form-factor, Secures traffic in minutes, and Push-button flash upgrade process • Over a decade of innovation. 2,000 worldwide installations. 10,000+ physical units sold • Virtual appliance provides deployment flexibility & reduced cost for development and test environments
  5. 5. DataPower Appliances used across a variety of scenarios Internet Trusted Domain Consumer Application or Service DMZ Consumer DataPower DataPower Trading partners 1 Security Gateway (Web Services/Apps/APIs) 2 Intelligent Content Routing & Load Distribution 3 B2B Partner Gateway 4 Internal Security Enforcement 5 Integration 6 Runtime SOA Governance 7 Web Service Management 8 Legacy Integration System Z
  6. 6. • Control ‒ Service-level agreements ‒ Traffic control ‒ Message accounting ‒ Content-based routing ‒ Governance & management • Optimization ‒ SSL & TLS offload ‒ Hardware accelerated crypto ops ‒ XSLT & XQuery acceleration ‒ JavaScript & JSONiq acceleration ‒ Connection pooling, offload ‒ Intelligent load distribution ‒ Caching: Local & external (XC10) • Security ‒ OAuth, SAML, XACML, WS-Security, LTPA, Kerberos, etc • Resilience ‒ Operation admission control ‒ Failure re-routing ‒ XML threat protection ‒ JSON threat protection ‒ Schema validation ‒ Messages filtering ‒ Authentication & authorization ‒ Security token translation ‒ Message & transport protection • Integration ‒ Convert payloads (JSON, XML, CSV, Cobol, binary, etc) ‒ Bridge transports (HTTP, MQ, FTP, WAS JMS, TIBCO EMS, etc) ‒ Database connectivity (DB2, IMS, Oracle, MS SQL, Sybase) ‒ Mainframe integration (IMS Connect, IMS Callout, CICS, etc) ‒ B2B integration (AS1,AS2,AS3,etc) In-the-Clear Request Clients Malicious Request Cobol/ MQ Appl Cobol/MQ Encrypted and Signed Request Service Providers IBM DataPower Gateway Appliance capabilities
  7. 7. DataPower Gateway: Supported standards & protocols • Data format & language – JavaScript ‒ JSON ‒ JSON Schema ‒ JSONiq ‒ REST ‒ SOAP 1.1, 1.2 ‒ WSDL 1.1 ‒ XML 1.0 ‒ XML Schema 1.0 ‒ XPath 1.0 ‒ XPath 2.0 (XQuery only) ‒ XSLT 1.0 ‒ XQuery 1.0 • Security policy enforcement ‒ OAuth 2.0 ‒ SAML 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0, SAML Token Profile, SAML queries ‒ XACML 2.0 ‒ Kerberos, SPNEGO ‒ RADIUS ‒ RSA SecurID OTP using RADIUS ‒ LDAP versions 2 and 3 ‒ Lightweight Third-Party Authentication (LTPA) ‒ Microsoft Active Directory ‒ FIPS 140-2 Level 3 (w/ optional HSM) ‒ FIPS 140-2 Level 1 (w/ certified crypto module) • Transport & connectivity ‒ SAF & IBM RACF® integration with z/OS ‒ Internet Content Adaptation Protocol ‒ W3C XML Encryption ‒ W3C XML Signature ‒ S/MIME encryption and digital signature ‒ WS-Security 1.0, 1.1 ‒ WS-I Basic Security Profile 1.0, 1.1 ‒ WS-SecurityPolicy ‒ WS-SecureConversation 1.3 – HTTP, HTTPS, WebSocket Proxy – FTP, FTPS, SFTP – WebSphere MQ – WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition (MQFTE) – TIBCO EMS – WebSphere Java Message Service (JMS) – IBM IMS Connect, & IMS Callout – NFS – AS1, AS2, AS3, ebMS 2.0, CPPA 2.0, POP, SMTP (XB62) – DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Sybase, IMS • Transport Layer Security ‒ SSL versions 2 and 3 ‒ TLS versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 • Public key infrastructure (PKI) ‒ RSA, 3DES, DES, AES, SHA, X.509, CRLs, OCSP ‒ PKCS#1, PKCS#5, PKCS#7, PKCS#8, PKCS#10, PKCS#12 ‒ XKMS for integration with Tivoli Security Policy Manager (TSPM) • Management ‒ Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) ‒ SYSLOG ‒ IPv4, IPv6 • Open File Formats ‒ Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) Open Virtualization Format (OVF) ‒ Virtual Machine Disk Format (VMDK) ‒ Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) Link to DataPower Information Center • Web services – WS-I Basic Profile 1.0, 1.1 – WS-I Simple SOAP Basic Profile – WS-Policy Framework – WS-Policy 1.2, 1.5 – WS-Trust 1.3 – WS-Addressing – WS-Enumeration – WS-Eventing – WS-Notification – Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) – WS-Management – WS-I Attachments Profile – SOAP Attachment Feature 1.2 – SOAP with Attachments (SwA) – Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) – Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) – XML-binary Optimized Packaging (XOP) – Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) – WS-MediationPolicy (IBM standard) – Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI versions 2 and 3), UDDI version 3 subscription – WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR)
  8. 8. DataPower Family Integration Appliance XI52  High density 2U form, XG45 functionality plus  “Any-to-Any” conversion at wire-speed  Bridges multiple transport protocols  Mainframe integration & enablement  Available in Virtual Edition Service Gateway XG45  Entry-level device, slim footprint (1U)  Security gateway (AAA, XML threat, etc)  Service level management and monitoring  Intelligent load distribution & dynamic routing  Lightweight integration functions (optional)  Available in Virtual Edition B2B Appliance XB62  High density 2U form, XI52 functionality plus  B2B Messaging (AS1/AS2/AS3/ebMS)  Trading Partner Profile Management  B2B Transaction Viewer
  9. 9. IBM DataPower Virtual Edition Deployment flexibility plus reduced cost for development & test environments DataPower Appliances extends its market leading Security & Integration Gateway functionality into Virtual Appliances providing deployment flexibility Business Value:  Industry-leading workload security, optimization, and integration functionality similar to the corresponding physical DataPower appliance models  A flexible, cost effective Security & Integration Gateway for non-production environments  A production solution for environments not suitable for physical appliance deployment Features: WebSphere DataPower XG45 & XI52 physical appliance functionality in a “virtual appliance” form-factor running on VMware or Citrix XenServer hypervisor on x86 servers, IBM PureApplication System W1500, & SoftLayer dedicated server or bare metal instance platforms  Ability to upgrade & downgrade firmware similar to physical appliances  Seamless configuration migration between physical and virtual appliances  Powered by a purpose-built platform including an embedded, optimized DataPower Operating System x86 Server
  10. 10. Agenda • DataPower Quick Overview • What’s new in DataPower v6.0 & v6.0.1 • What’s new in DataPower v7.0
  11. 11. Highlights of DataPower v6.0 • Provides the API gateway functionality for IBM API Management • Quick integration with IBM Worklight to secure mobile web traffic • Improved REST services handling with native JSON support including schema validation & query, extract, filter & transform through JSONiq • New XML data query, extraction & manipulation support with XQuery 1.0 • Enhanced security with: improved OAuth 2.0, new support for Kerberos constrained delegation, and TLS 1.1/1.2 • Improved WS-MediationPolicy consumption from WSRR & SLAs for non- SOAP traffic • Embedded On-Demand Router functionality for WAS ND environments • Optimized application delivery with response caching on-the-box & seamless integration with elastic caching XC10 appliances • New System z integration capabilities allowing IMS transactions to easily consume external web services & easy consumption of IMS data as a service • Simple ability to create & deploy common DataPower configuration patterns
  12. 12. Highlights of DataPower v6.0.1 • Adds Application Optimization (optional add-on module) on XB62 • Support for self-balancing and intelligent load distribution • Eliminate load balancing hops - reducing cost & complexity + improving scalability & performance • Empowers XB62 to provide API gateway functionality for IBM API Management solution • Enables a converged solution for B2B and API management gateways • NIST SP800-131a security standard compliance + FIPS 140-2 Level 1 certified cryptography module • Enables U.S. Federal & Public sector customers to meet government mandated security standard • Supported on both physical & virtual appliances • Enhanced support for Web, Mobile & REST workloads • Enhanced Configuration Pattern Console • Improved error handling and description • Adds version support for configuration patterns • Important Note: This firmware is not supported on 9004 appliances, i.e. XS40, XI50 or XB60 • Links: • Release Notes: http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wsdatap/v6r0m1/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.dp.xi.doc%2FrelnotesXI.html 1122 © 2014 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Agenda • DataPower Quick Overview • What’s new in DataPower v6.0 & v6.0.1 • What’s new in DataPower v7.0
  14. 14. DataPower Firmware v7.0  GatewayScript: A JavaScript-based gateway runtime which simplifies configuration for developers and provides an easier development paradigm for Mobile, Web, & API  New Virtual Edition for Developers provides a low cost (per user pricing) and easy to use gateway for developers  Support for Citrix XenServer provides additional deployment flexibility for Virtual Edition deployment on-premise & in SoftLayer  WebSocket Proxy support enables full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web & Mobile applications  Network redundancy & increased throughput with support for Link Aggregation  Enhanced B2B functionality with support for Sterling Multi- Enterprise Integration Gateway (MEIG) integration, robust NFS functionality for storage of B2B payloads  Improved security & traffic control functionality in support of API Management offering  SFTP support on XG45 appliances enables additional DMZ use cases GatewayScript DataPower Appliances provides market leading Security & Integration Gateway for Web, Mobile, API, SOA & B2B, reducing infrastructure complexity & lowering TCO
  15. 15. GatewayScript™ (1 of 2) JavaScript-based gateway runtime which simplifies configuration for developers and provides an easier development paradigm for Mobile, Web, & API JavaScript-based gateway runtime which simplifies configuration for developers and provides an easier development paradigm for Mobile, Web, & API • GatewayScript is a JavaScript-based runtime for processing Mobile, Web, and API workloads ‒ Focuses on the “Developer” experience, with familiar and friendly constructs and APIs ‒ Why JavaScript?  Popular scripting language, large ecosystem, fast moving community driven, used on both client-side and server-side and now Gateway too ‒ Performance  Compiler technology & native execution  Ahead of time compilation with caching, not single threaded  Built on intellectual capital and expertise from 10+ years securing and optimizing XSLT parsing/compiler technology ‒ Security  Transaction isolation  Code injection protection  Short lived execution  Small footprint
  16. 16. GatewayScript™ (2 of 2) • Easily manipulate JSON and binary data to transform payloads or create gateway functionality • New Processing Policy Action ‒ Transformation style processing policy action ‒ Access to gateway functions through APIs
  17. 17. GatewayScript Modularity • Gateway functions exposed using modules ‒ CommonJS 1.0 Modules ‒ Develop custom modules ‒ DataPower Modules:  Metadata – headers and variables  Console logging (automatic)  Utilities  Testing / assertions  URL Opener • Developers can quickly deliver gateway functionality by creating and reusing modules GS Action write() JavaScript Engine Console (log) ‘output’ context ‘INPUT’ context ‘input’ context ‘named’ context ‘named’ context readAs….() error() Bod y Meta data modules / libraries meta-data Utilities Logging Testing Debugger V1 V2 V n … Context Variables
  18. 18. Example GatewayScript • Use any JavaScript editor to develop GatewayScript • Pass input context and GatewayScript action writes to an output context { “ f i r st Name” : “ John” , “ l ast Name” : “ Doe” } input GatewayScript Action1 output { “ f i r st Name” : “ John” , “ l ast Name” : “ Doe” , “ pr ocessSt eps” : “ act i on1 >> act i on2” }
  19. 19. Debugging GatewayScript • Debug individual GatewayScript files conditionally ‒ GatewayScript action contains a Debug option (script file must contain “debugger” statement) • The flow of a transaction is paused indefinitely ‒ The GatewayScript processing will break at the “debugger;” line
  20. 20. DataPower Virtual Edition for Developers Virtual Edition for Developers provides a low cost and easy Virtual Edition for Developers provides a low cost and easy toto u ussee g gaatetewwaayy f ofor rd deevveeloloppeersrs • Deployment support on VMware Type 2 hypervisors (desktop) such as VMWare Workstation/Player/Fusion  Increased developer productivity –Allows developers to have a dedicated copy of DataPower appliance for development and unit testing on their workstations –Be productive on your workstation anywhere without network connectivity  Cost-effective DataPower Virtual Edition for Developers VMWare Workstation VMWare Player VMWare Fusion –Per user licensing Available for XG45 and XI52
  21. 21. DataPower virtual Citrix XenServer hypervisor support CCitirtirxix X XeennSSeervrveer rp prorovvidideess d deepploloyymmeennt tf lfelexxibibiliiltiyty f ofor rd deepploloyymmeennt to onn-p-preremmisisee & & i nin S SooftfLtLaayyeerr  Ability to run DataPower virtual edition on Citrix XenServer hypervisor and management using Citrix XenCenter platform – Support XenServer tools and hypervisor management functions  Enables deployment of DataPower virtual edition on-premise or SoftLayer bare-metal and dedicated server deployment – Expand the usage of DataPower virtual edition within on-premise data centers or usage on infrastructure as a service (IAAS) public cloud platforms Public cloud Private Public cloud cloud Data center Private cloud Private cloud
  22. 22. DataPower virtual VMWare hypervisor enhancements • Enhanced management capabilities on VMWare hypervisor ‒ Central management using VMWare vCenter ‒ Live migration support using VMWare vMotion • Enables administrators to use VMWare vCenter to centrally manage multiple instances of DataPower virtual edition appliances ‒ Centralized interface for managing your infrastructure ‒ Leveraging vCenter management tools to optimize resources allocated to virtual machines • Use vMotion Live Migration to easily migrate DataPower virtual edition without downtime ‒ Existing connections, network settings, memory, execution state are maintained during transfer over high-speed network Server A Server B SAN
  23. 23. • WebSocket is a full-dulex, bidirectional frame based protocol for enabling real-time communication over supporting HTTP(s) infrastructure ‒ Designed to enable real-time applications such as: Messaging over the Web, Chat Applications, Video Applications, Notifications, … • Use DataPower to Secure, Route, Shape and Load-balance initial WebSocket connection establishment Trusted Zone WebSocket Proxy (1 of 2) Full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web Full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web & & M Moobbiliele a apppplilcicaatitoionnss Websocket server DMZ DataPower Gateway Appliance Websocket client DMZ DataPower Gateway Appliance
  24. 24. WebSocket Proxy (2 of 2) Full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web Full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web & & M Moobbiliele a apppplilcicaatitoionnss • Apply DataPower policy actions until and including WebSocket upgrade request over HTTP(s) ‒ After upgrade request is accepted, DataPower simply proxies the client and server communication. • Example: Chat application using WebSockets require client authentication and connection throttling ‒ Use DataPower AAA to authenticate and authorize client credentials and SLM to enforce connection concurrency MPGW Network infrastructure WebSocket server HHTTTPT(Ps()s F) SFHSH AAAAA,A S, LSMLM, …, … HHTTTPT(Ps()s F) SFHSH DataPower Gateway Appliance HHTTTPT(Ps()s) WebSocket proxy (pass-thru) WebSocket proxy (pass-thru) HTTP WebSockets HTTP upgrade: websockets WebSocket
  25. 25. Link Aggregation (1 of 2) Network redundancy & increased throughput with support Network redundancy & increased throughput with support f ofor rL Lininkk A Aggggrereggaatitoionn • Combines multiple Ethernet interfaces into a single logical network interface • Allows network administrators to improve the availability and/or bandwidth characteristics of the interface • DataPower supports 3 modes ‒ Link Aggregation Control Protocol, or lacp (industry standard)  Requires special switch configuration ‒ Active-backup uses only one port at a time  Does not require special switch configuration ‒ Transmit uses one port for receive and all available for transmit  Does not require special switch configuration  Most helpful where LACP is not possible
  26. 26. Link Aggregation (2 of 2) • Expose a single IP address from a set of multiple Ethernet interfaces • No IP address on ethernet • VLANs can be used on Link Aggregations eth10 eth11 eth12 VM VM VM Link Agg Interface 172.16.8.1
  27. 27. B2B Enhancements Enhanced B2B functionality with support for Sterling Multi-Enterprise Integration Gateway (MEIG) integration, robust NFS functionality for storage of B2B payloads Enhanced B2B functionality with support for Sterling Multi-Enterprise Integration Gateway (MEIG) integration, robust NFS functionality for storage of B2B payloads • Enhanced B2B security by offloading security from MEIG to DataPower within the DMZ • Use DataPower as Secure B2B proxy ‒ Perform AS2 signature verification using Multi-Protocol Gateway service • Integration with Sterling MEIG ‒ Retrieve partner and crypto information from Sterling MEIG ‒ Send visibility events associated with the transaction to Sterling Message Fabric • Allows optimized processing of B2B traffic – use DataPower B2B proxy for B2B security and Sterling MEIG for partner management Trusted Zone DMZ DataPower Gateway Appliance AS2 DMZ DataPower Gateway Appliance AS2 Application Server Document Sterling MEIG Partner profile and crypto
  28. 28. IBM API Management Improved security & traffic control functionality to support Improved security & traffic control functionality to support A APPI IM Maannaaggeemmeennt to offfeferirningg Management layer Gateway layer The management layer embodies the capability for organizations to define, manage, expose and control APIs. Provides API Manager, Developer Portal and Management Console IBM DataPower API configurations are deployed to the gateway, which provides the enforcement point for runtime policies to control API traffic. Gateway is DataPower physical or virtual
  29. 29. IBM API Management and DataPower  Assemble business APIs easily  Provide Secure or Open APIs  Control APIs at a fine-grained level  Analyze API usage  Manage private, partner, public app developers  Provide self-service app developer onboarding Developer Portal API Manager Management Console Explore API documentation Provision application keys Define and manage APIs Explore API usage with analytics Manage API user communities Provision system resources Monitor runtime health Scale the environment API Gateway (IBM DataPower) API configurations are deployed to the gateway, which provides the enforcement point for runtime policies to control API traffic.
  30. 30. Applications & Services on App Servers (WAS, WAS ND, or other Provider) IBM API Management and DataPower Security & Integration Gateway IBM DataPower Appliance Mobile Apps & clients API Integration API consumers & App Developers API owners ** Available in IBM API Management 2.0 APIs Create, Publish, Manage & Socialize APIs IBM API Management  Quick deployment and integration of fully controlled APIs Developer Portal  Enable “Self Service” Dashboard and API analytics  manage entitlements, quality of service and developers simply
  31. 31. Misc Enhancements • SFTP support on XG45 appliances ‒ Enables new use cases by allowing SFTP on the frontside, backside and during message processing (i.e. side calls) • Proxy Application traffic that leverages custom HTTP methods and response codes ‒ Use DataPower to proxy non-standard HTTP methods, e.g. ones used by WebDAV, and apply processing policy actions • Use the cookie attribute policy to enable granular creation of cookie attributes ‒ Generation of cookies within DataPower (HTML Form Login policy and AAA Post Processing) can be customized based on the environment • Global transaction id (GTID) for multiple chained services ‒ Enables easier correlation of HTTP requests across multiple DataPower services and appliances • RSA SecurID One-time password (OTP) support through RADIUS
  32. 32. DataPower Firmware v7.0  GatewayScript: A JavaScript-based gateway runtime which simplifies configuration for developers and provides an easier development paradigm for Mobile, Web, & API  New Virtual Edition for Developers provides a low cost (per user pricing) and easy to use gateway for developers  Support for Citrix XenServer provides additional deployment flexibility for Virtual Edition deployment on-premise & in SoftLayer  WebSocket Proxy support enables full-duplex, bi-directional, & low-latency communication for Web & Mobile applications  Network redundancy & increased throughput with support for Link Aggregation  Enhanced B2B functionality with support for Sterling Multi- Enterprise Integration Gateway (MEIG) integration, robust NFS functionality for storage of B2B payloads  Improved security & traffic control functionality in support of API Management offering  SFTP support on XG45 appliances enables additional DMZ use cases GatewayScript DataPower Appliances provides market leading Security & Integration Gateway for Web, Mobile, API, SOA & B2B, reducing infrastructure complexity & lowering TCO
  33. 33. IBM DataPower Appliances Lead the Market Over 2000 DataPower Appliance clients • Over 10,000 units sold • The largest portfolio of SOA appliances • 60% of customers are repeat buyers • Appliance Innovator: leading appliance “One of the strongest points for IBM comes from its industry-leading experience with both SOA and appliances. Because IBM has been in the SOA game for a long time, it has built up extensive and pervasive SOA skills globally...IBM has developed a solid business approach to the appliance marketplace, taking into account the challenges of adding new members to the range, maintaining a consistent focus and ensuring clients continue to get ongoing value.” -Source: November 2012, Lustratus Research, Inc: A Competitive Review of SOA Appliances http://www.lustratus.com/products-page/free-reports/a-competitive-review-of-soa-appliances-2012/ market since 2003 • Broadest support for open standards and programming models • Proven to accelerate time-to-market and lowers total cost of ownership The Leader in SOA Appliances Gartner reported that IBM continues to be number one in key areas including Integration Appliances - Source: April 2012, “IBM Named Marketshare Leader in Middleware Software” http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/37376.wss
  34. 34. DataPower Gateway Appliances Over a decade of innovation & over 2,000 worldwide installations with over 10,000 appliances Government • Agencies and ministries • Defense and security organizations • Crown corporations Banking • Majority of the big US and European banks • All of the big 5 Canadian banks • Numerous regional banks and credit unions Insurance • Used by 95% of top global insurances firms • SaaS providers, ASPs, regulators, etc. Many, many, more • Healthcare • Retailers • Utilities, Power, Oil and Gas • Telecom • Airlines • Others
  35. 35. IBM DataPower Appliance Resources  IBM DataPower Web Page (product info, support, technotes)  http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/datapower http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/datapower/library/documentation 35  developerWorks DataPower Discussion Area  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=1198  Vast library of published articles:  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/businessintegration/dp.html  (Also search for “DataPower” within “WebSphere”, “SOA/Web Services” and “XML”)  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views/websphere/libraryview.jsp (Search “DataPower”)  IBM Redbooks:  http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/cgi-bin/searchsite.cgi?query=datapower  DataPower SOA Appliance Handbook  http://www.amazon.com/IBM-WebSphere-DataPower-Appliance-Handbook/dp/0137148194  DataPower on YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ9KuL1mvl0UU4JcomW-_5U3MRES3u4Am  DataPower user community on LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/DataPower-IMPACT-4820454/about
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