WebSphere refers to a brand of proprietary IBM software products, although the term also popularly refers to one specific product: WebSphere Application Server (WAS). WebSphere helped define the middleware software category and is designed to set up, operate and integrate e-business applications across multiple computing platforms using Web technologies.
Organizations have a number of methods for accelerating Web performance, one of which is leveraging a content delivery network (CDN). But not all CDNs deliver the same level of service, so it is important to think about your objectives before evaluating vendors. This paper offers practical advice and tips on how to determine what is most important to your organization.
In today's business environment, organizations of all sizes are struggling to maintain the advanced IT capabilities they need to be competitive while reining in cost and complexity. Shifting to off-premise hosted models, such as software-as-a-service (SaaS) and business process outsourcing, is a common activity undertaken to manage costs.
One of the main challenges businesses face in adopting cloud and SaaS delivery models is the task of synchronizing data and integrating the multitude of systems already in datacenters with new cloud-based applications, not to mention within the cloud itself. Traditionally, this required organizations to leverage existing tools as well as custom development.
This white paper looks at how two enterprises encountered problems with cloud integration and adopted IBM WebSphere Cast Iron to solve their immediate problems and extend use more broadly across their organizations.
The IBMWebSphere® portfolio offers extreme transaction processing(XTP) capabilities that ensure you have a SMART SOA™-based application infrastructure, which can support your most demanding business-critical applications.
This IBM® Redguide™ publication provides a high level overview of the new IBM WebSphere® CloudBurst™ Appliance, including current issues being faced in the information technology (IT) industry and how WebSphere CloudBurst can address many of these issues.
This chapter describes some of the scalability challenges that exist in today's dynamic business and IT environments and how WebSphere eXtreme Scale addresses these challenges. An introduction of WebSphere eXtreme Scale and the key features of the product is also provided.
Businesses today need a Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS) solution that supports business changes and cycles far more effectively than traditional methods and takes direct advantage of business expertise. This IBM RedpaperT publication is intended for anyone who is interested in learning more about IBM WebSphere ILOG Rules for COBOL.
Smarter State Government Processes in 2010 - Enabling Citizen-Centric Processes, Transforming Service Delivery and Reducing Costs with IBM WebSphere ILOG Business Rule Management System (BRMS) Technology
IBM WebSphere ILOG Rule Solutions for Office meets the demands of business users by integrating Microsoft Office Word and Excel with the market-leading WebSphere ILOG BRMS. See Rules for Office in action during this one-hour webinar, including a live demonstration.
So what if things are tough out there, you can still deliver your business objectives while saving costs with the right application foundation. In this Web seminar we'll compare IBM WebSphere Application Server with JBoss, explain their various differences, and how they add up in a Total Cost of Ownership study.
Succeeding in today's economy not only means utilizing technology to create intelligent, instrumented and interconnected solutions, but leveraging technology to optimize costs and do more with less. This brochure describes how the 3 key attributes of IBM's application foundation help deliver higher quality of service at a lower cost than JBoss.
This webcast, "Untangle Your Connectivity Infrastructure - Free Up Your Cost," shows how IBM SOA solutions and IBM WebSphere untangle costly and debilitating complexities associated with connecting and integrating applications, services, and processes spread throughout the organization. The result is business agility and cost optimization.
"Recently, Open Source Software has been gaining in popularity due to the ability it provides users to view and modify source code. Another attraction is the perceived cost savings. Read the white paper that takes a look at the truth about those savings.
Initially, deployment environments like JBoss have an advantage-zero initial software acquisition costs. However, the white paper will show how, over time, IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment (WAS ND) win the TCO battle. Learn more."
Managing different international hotel brands is far from simple. Each brand needs to develop and preserve its own identity in order to drive differentiation and minimize inter-brand competition. In the modern hospitality sector, Web sites provide an important first point of contact for potential customers, so it is particularly important for each brand to have its own individual look and feel on the Web.
Ensuring that data can be exchanged between disparate systems reliably and with speed and transactional integrity is a difficult trick to pull off. And it gets even trickier when things don’t work as anticipated. Yet this is exactly the challenge IBM has addressed for over a decade: first with IBM MQSeries® and now with IBM WebSphere® MQ.
Business integration, along with the IT integration resources required to support it, has become an essential focus for companies across industries. These organizations want to update existing technology assets—and realize new value from what were previously disconnected and isolated applications.
The purpose of this Redbook is to provide guidance for the preparation of business process models, developed with the WebSphere® Business Modeler, which will ultimately be monitored by the WebSphere Business Monitor.
This paper explores what cross-channel transparency looks like through the consumer's eyes, the costs retailers incur by maintaining the status quo, and key steps retailers need to consider as they undertake cross-channel initiatives.