Create your own pattern-type on PureSystems/SmartCloud Application Services (Education series)

This a serie of articles explaining step-by-step how to create a pattern-type for IBM PureSystems, IBM Workload Deployer and IBM SmartCloud Application Services.

- Pattern-type (Part 1): Create step-by-step a simple pattern-type with SmartCloud Application Workload Services

- Pattern-type (Part 2): Create step-by-step a Master-Slave pattern-type with SmartCloud Application Workload Services

- Pattern-type (Part 3): Adding Static scalability to a pattern-type with SmartCloud Application Services

- Pattern-type (Part 4): Adding your own monitoring collector to a pattern-type with SmartCloud Application Services

- - Pattern-type (Part 5): Scaling in/out based on your own monitoring collector with SmartCloud Application Services

- Pattern-type (Part 6): How to add operation with SmartCloud Application Services

- Pattern-type (Part 7): Scaling in/out based on OS metrics with SmartCloud Application Services

- Pattern-type (Part 8): How to extend an existing pattern-type with SmartCloud Application Services

- Pattern-type (Part 9): Add the capability to Tweak a virtual application instance.

- Pattern-type (Part 10): Attach a storage to a virtual machine on SmartCloud Application Services.

- Pattern-type (Part 11): Add a post processor to a deployment.
- Pattern-type (Part 12): Call a service to insert parameters in the vm topology.
- Pattern-type (Part 13): How to create shared services for IBM SmartCloud Application

- Pattern-type (Part 14): How to create a client using ServiceProvisioner for a shared service on IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Service
- Pattern-type (Part 15): How to create a client using Python scripts for a shared service on IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Service
- Pattern-type (Part 16): Create a plugin that modify automatically all generated Topology for SCAS
- Pattern-type (Part 17): Tips: How to attach a URL to your pattern
- Pattern-type (Part 18): Create multiple VMs for the same component
- Pattern-type (Part 19): internationalization and localization of Pattern-type
- Pattern-type (Part 20): Parametrize a plugin
- Pattern-type (Part 21): How to call a java method from your topology template
- Pattern-type (Part 22): Create a component which doesn’t generate a VM.
Workload Service
- IWD infocenter
- SCAS infocenter