Results for tag: WebSphere
Posted by: Paul on May 11, 2013 at 10:28:17 AM
I irregulary maintain a list of WAS related web links and articles. Below is my latest set of links.
WebSphere Application Server v8.5
IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 delivers a faster, more flexible development environment along with new intelligent management capabilities for enhanced resiliency: www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssiali...
IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS , V8.5 delivers a faster, more flexible development environment along with new Intelligent Management capabilities for enhanced resiliency: www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssiali...
WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools and WebSphere Application Server for Developers - www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/ws/...
IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment...
Posted by: Gabriel on May 3, 2013 at 07:02:01 AM
Impact has finished....snif, ufff, snif, ufff,...
Last sessions, it shows that there are far fewer people, even so, there are a lot of people.
of today's sessions I prefer
TAW-2049 : Server Consolidation on Linux for System z: Real Success
The name of the session has confused me, I'm was expecting a practical case about how to consolidate server in z/Linux and the session has been about to how to tune and configure your z/Linux to get 100%, very interesting.
TAP-2248 : Enhancing WebSphere Commerce Capacity Using DataPower XC10 for DynaCache
Real case about how using XC10 Datapower for DynaCache, WebSphere Commerce can get more. The tests and obtained datas shows how DataPower shows all their power when the load increase
TES-1756 : Roundtable: What Do You Need from PureApplication System?...
Posted by: Jim on May 2, 2013 at 06:24:10 AM
There were several positives for this lab. It covered the full cycle of setting up a 2 node WebSphere cluster with all the resources to run 2 Worklight applications: a Web database application and a Web reporting application. You then deployed and tested the applications. Excellent. The documentation in the lab was very well done. The lab developers actually had us setup MySQL data sources which can involve slightly more configuration than some of the other default JDBC types – good experience. All in all, a great chance to learn many of the basics on WebSphere server administration on version 8.5.5.
Oh yes. There was also another “free” lab included: ad-hoc performance analysis on the IBM lab environment: Thinkpads with 2 GB and i5 processors trying to run heavy hitting...
Posted by: Gabriel on May 2, 2013 at 09:38:08 AM
The session is basede in questions from attendans and answers from speakers
speakers: Vanessa Grose, IBM; Donald Vines, IBM; Dana Duffield, IBM; Walt Noffsinger, IBM; Tom Alcott, IBM
¿Migrate into the same server or in different server?
The answer is depends....if we do in the same server we need to take in mind the coexistence and the machine resources.
¿Why to migrate to v8.X and not to 7.0?
we have performance considerations and the important version 7 has a lower support lifecycle it hasn't yet EOS date but we have V8 and V8.5 so sure that is lower than v8
¿We don't migrate to a version until is the next version, so we don't migrate to version 8.0 until we have version 9.0?
Posted by: Gabriel on May 2, 2013 at 09:22:07 AM
Today has been the last general session. Among other things Jerry Cuomo has highlighted developers work and us, IBM Champions
amazing chat between O'Reilly and Grady Booch
I have been invited to WUG Leader Recognition Luncheon with Kristen Lauria at the beautiful Dal Toro Ristorante at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Thank you so much to all WIS team.
Finally I have had the honor to great Don Bagwell in a Meet the experts: WebSphere Java Batch session.
for 5:15 PM all the solution center has disappeared and the GWC area too.
At 5:30 PM all IBM Champions have had a VIP reception at TAO Opium room in the Venetian, with Marie Wieck -IBM general Manager, Application and Integration Middleware- 2013 ACE of the year Award winners, 2013 ACE...
Posted by: Karun on Apr 30, 2013 at 12:24:04 PM
SRVE0255E is an error that you may see frequently especially when you are working on new deployments. There are three steps you can take to fix this
1. Check for correct virtual host 'host aliases' definition in WebSphere Admin Console
Access to a Web Application hosted in Websphere is governed through virtual hosts definition. Pay close attention to the URL you are trying to access. You must have a virtual host host alias definition in Websphere in order for the Web container to process your request.
Chances are you have a 'port number' in your URL and you don't have a corresponding virtual host definition.
For example, if your URL reads https://myserver:9444/myapp/login.html, you must have a virtual host 'host alias' defined something like
Hostname = *
Port = 9444...
Posted by: Gabriel on Apr 30, 2013 at 04:27:46 PM
Goooooood morninnnnggg Impaccccttttt!!!!!!
Today we have another miscelaneus day. Openend with General Session, today the speaker are Abigail Moreland, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Stephen Nugent , HCF; Jim King, Broadcast Music, Inc.; Paul De La Rochefoucauld, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Adam Klaber, IBM; Marie Wieck, IBM; Steve Mills, IBM
Yesterday I saw that the IBM Champions have reserved place in the General Session today I will attend the session from there
My first z session, more mobil and "meet the experts" sessions. Today the first one about WebSphere Performance.
Yesterdays "TAW-1873 : Meet the Experts: WebSphere Application Server - Open Questions and Input on Best Practices" do not disappoint me, amazing...
Posted by: Gabriel on Apr 30, 2013 at 05:01:18 AM
Last night we had a reception all IBM Champions.
Arrive late because the Impact is exhausting, I'm still with the effects of jet lag (9 hours from my local time). I guess the years either go in vain
The place, a booth Aquaknox (restaurant specializing in fish and seafood). Our disposal a small buffet, salad, sauces, tempura and then waiters were taking what I know as "pintxos" international name canape (in Spain also namked tapas). I'll take some shrimp skewers and a mushrooms gratin. I invite them to come to Bilbao to eat some good "pintxos" and good mushrooms
It was nice to be with other IBM Champions, tell our experiences and know a little better.
This is one of the things I wanted and expected from IMPACT to meet people, and know that if you come back next year I'll have with who to contact...
Posted by: Gabriel on Apr 30, 2013 at 01:56:29 AM
The day has started at 7:30. Jim Manson and I have taken the freakfast with Sara Cenedella. She have explain us what expect about the blog and articles.
Today it's a bit of everything, what's news, security, Architecture, case use and a Gerry Cuomo session and meet the staff of WebSphere ... almost nothing!!!!
GEN-3123 : Day 1 General Session: Business. In Motion. 08:30 AM - 10:00 AM Venetian - Hall D, Level 2
TAW-1698 : What's New in WebSphere Application Server Security. 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Venetian - Palazzo O
BPB-3289 : Architecting for High Availability, Performance and Security. 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Venetian - Marcello 4405
TSS-3111 : SOA as the Foundation for Cloud Adoption. 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM ...
Posted by: Gabriel on Apr 28, 2013 at 03:56:43 PM
The Impact is dawning
First day of the Impact after a long, long day of trip (more than 25 hours)
Today I have in front a tight schedule, well, I think it will be like this every day
First session of Impact, first article, a video with IBM Champions, meet the GWC team and get to know a lot of people and finally the reception of the IBM Champions...
What I hope of the day? not being like an octopus in a garage and start to meet a lot of new people!!
Venetian - Palazzo E
3260 : Turning opportunities to outcomes: Growing with IBM PureApplication System and IBM MobileFirst
12:30PM - 01:30PM
Venetian - Lido 3103
SUN-3247 : The IBM Global Technology Outlook 2013
14:00PM -14:30PM VIDEO Shoot IBM Champions
3:00PM - 4:00PM
Venetian - Titian 2303
3269 : Leverage WebSphere Portal ...