Read this article to get an introduction to WebSphere CloudBurst and WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition and discover how these new offerings bring the significant advantages of private cloud computing to WebSphere enterprise environments.
This e-guide takes a deeper look at whether roaming profiles can increase the use and mobility of a cloud app among providers and discusses the impacts of end-user identity management on the success of your cloud apps.
The GemFire HTTP Session Management Module enables quick and easy session management support for simple deployment scenarios. GemFire also supports decoupling of session management from VMware vFabric tc Server or Tomcat application servers, as well as moving session data into a seperate GemFire process. Read on to learn more.
This white paper briefly covers key differences between IBM WebSphere Application Server and Oracle WebLogic Server. While both products are of high quality and will perform well even in demanding mission-critical environments, there are still some differences in their efficiency and resulting total cost of ownership.
WebSphere Application Server Community Edition is a pre-integrated, lightweight Java Platform application server built on Apache Geronimo technology. Available at no charge, it harnesses the latest innovations from the open source community to deliver a readily accessible and flexible foundation for developing and deploying Java applications.
This high level overview of the IBM WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance discusses current issues being faced in the information technology industry and how WebSphere CloudBurst addresses many of them.
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