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Posted by: Charley on May 14, 2013 at 12:28:08 PM
TechTalk on Smart Logging: Supercharge Application Logging and Tracing
Nastel, CTO Albert Mavashev will discuss how to use application logging to track transactions, messages or any activity across applications for effective diagnostics and troubleshooting.
Attendees will learn, how to:
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: Steve Robinson (The Middleware Shop) on Feb 1, 2013 at 10:33:15 PM
A chained personal certificate is a personal certificate that is created by using another personal certificate to sign it. This chaining allows a certificate to be signed with a certificate (a root certificate) that has a long life span. Root certificates are stored in the DmgrDefaultRootStore or NodeDefaultRootStore. The server's default personal certificate is a chained certificate created when the profile is created. Chained certificates can also be created after profile creation You use the administrative console to create a chained personal certificate. Below is some sample jython code to create a chained certificate.
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Jan 15, 2013 at 09:46:02 AM
Sales of miniscule computer Raspberry Pi hit 1 million this month, an incredible benchmark of success since its launch to the public in 2012. The nonprofit Raspberry Pi Foundation initially built the tiny machine as an affordable computer to help teach children the basics of programming. But Pi has gotten a lot of attention for being so small.
The credit-card-sized computer is available online for just $25 a piece; meaning just about anyone can afford to experiment with its capabilities. And many developers have taken up the challenge already. So what could you do with the world’s smallest computer, Raspberry Pi?
In a new article from WebSphere Insights, IBM Technology Evangelist Simon Maple explains how he decided to run the new WAS Liberty Profile on Raspberry Pi. He...
Expect high performance improvements when Migrating to v8.5 from older versions of WebSphere Application Server
Posted by: Arun on Jan 15, 2013 at 02:15:47 PM
What’s New - WebSphere Application Server v.8.5, view the latest WAS version 8.5 performance points included in this product page. Customers migrating from version 7 of Application Server to the latest version 8.5 can experience at least 4x increased performance. And even more when customers migrate from WAS version 6 to version 8.5.
Posted by: Arun on Dec 4, 2012 at 11:25:28 AM
Learn from WebSphere Product Managers on Investment Protection and benefits from the latest product upgradesWebSphere products help customers respond to market challenges through periodic enhancements and upgrades. Protect your investment with WebSphere subscription and support services. Here are the highlights of recent enhancements:
WebSphere Subscription and Support creates a partnership between clients and IBM - to benefit...
Posted by: Steven LaFond on Oct 17, 2012 at 10:19:57 AM
"I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, 'If this isn't nice, I don't know what is.'"
Above's a mantra that I try to keep in mind every day since I first read it five years ago. The good news is that there is plenty of things for me to smile about lately. One of them is that we announced the 3Q Winners last week, and I got to list our winners, while shedding light on the things they did that proved their worthiness.
But I'd be remiss to not mention other great things that are happening on the site, because there's a ton of useful information popping up from our members.
Jeff Summers posted a thread in our forums about the New Alpha Program for WebSphere Applicaiton Server and Development Tools. ...
For existing customers WebSphere Application Server v8.5 offers improved operational Efficiency, Reliability and Security
Posted by: Arun on Sep 3, 2012 at 06:43:30 PM
WebSphere Application Server is the industry’s leading standards based, high performance, proven, and trusted application foundation that is optimized for developer and operational productivity.
Some notable improvements in this version;
Posted by: Arun on Sep 3, 2012 at 06:41:42 PM
IBM Software Services for WebSphere can help you evaluate options for migrating your WebSphere applications and infrastructure to a new version of IBM WebSphere Application Server. Our version-to-version migration assessment for WebSphere provides information required to plan and execute a successful migration between different versions of WebSphere Application Server. We can help ease your migration effort by providing a plan that incorporates the best practices achieved from our past migration engagements.
For more detail about our migration assessment
Posted by: Steven LaFond on Jul 30, 2012 at 01:09:00 PM
As this decade marches on, online and mobile commerce is on the rise. When getting to the great heights necessary to access data and process transactions at multiple locations, Cloud services are the visible solutions to connecting companies to their information. The WebSphere Application Server V8.5-Liberty Profile Plugin V1.0 is another rung on the ladder for businesses looking to create lightweight, cloud-based environments to work with the ultra-slim and robust WebSphere Application Server - Liberty.
Mobile devices are ever-present in today's business environment. The zippy little apps that bring us stock prices and travel information are using HTML 5 to deliver the content and functionality we want from our "traditional" online environments and being customized to give us what we...