IBM WebSphere Portal offers extensive support for Web 2.0 technologies, enabling organizations to easily deploy high performing, intuitive applications that satisfy end users' expectations for a rich browser experience.
Read this article to see how IBM WebSphere sMash and IBM DB2 Express-C Amazon Machine Images can be combined to help you deliver Web applications hosted on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) infrastructure.
As your business moves forward, it’s critical that the infrastructure that supports your business applications also supports your goals. Watch to see how easy WebSphere Application Server Feature Packs enable you to deliver innovation without disruption and leverage the latest open standards and programming models - while optimizing costs.
A survey from Morgan Stanley of FORTUNE 1000 CIOs indicates that portals are at the top of technology spending priorities, learn how to achieve a successful portal strategy deployed in an SOA environment.
In today’s unpredictable economy, it is more vital than ever to know your business processes and understand how you can gain a competitive edge. Read this e-book and see how IBM’s suite of solutions can simplify work processes and provide you with unrivaled connectivity and seamless integration.
This white paper is intended to inform the reader of what business process management (BPM) is about, the benefits that can be obtained from its implementation, how to place BPM into operation and why IBM WebSphere® Process Server should be deployed on the IBM System z™ mainframe.
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.
This white paper outlines the potential integration options between IBM WebSphere® Portal and IBM Mashup Center software. Organizations can implement these integration options to achieve greater flexibility while lowering costs.
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