I often meet customers who have hundreds of large applications running on WebSphere. If you move those large applications into microservices you may easily end up with several hundreds or even thousands of microservices. Quite often these environments are provisioned… Read More ›
Authors: Li-an Yu (IBM), Michael Swenson (IBM), Taylor Allison (IBM), Timothy Causey (IBM). In today’s competitive environment, customers are turning to Open Source Software as “good enough” to meet their performance and financial goals. OSS initially became popular with Linux, Eclipse,… Read More ›
Finally I was able to spend some time and record a video of the session I delivered in LasVegas during the IBM InterConnect 2016 conference. Since the recording was done last week in my home “studio” I decided to record… Read More ›
Please see updated version of this post here: http://ibmadvantage.com/2016/04/04/video-recording-of-the-was-vs-jboss-weblogic-and-tomcat-presentation/.
This paper describes technical and cost advantages of IBM WebSphere Application Server over Oracle WebLogic Server. Findings presented here are the result of extensive research conducted by IBM based on publicly available information, including product documentation, user forums, industry conferences,… Read More ›
Key requirements of microservices are that they should be easy to manage, are highly available and can scale to handle workload variability. The fulfillment of this requirement largely depends on the runtime environment where these microservices are deployed. The runtime… Read More ›
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