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Traffic shaping is the ability of the server to intelligently handle user requests according to the rule set defined by the system administrator, instead of having a system where every request is treated equal and is processed with the same… Read More ›
Author: David VandePol (IBM) Moving Java EE resource configurations from server to server has always been a time consuming and manual process. IBM has suggested scripting as a best practice, however creating the scripts on existing environment usually isn’t on the… Read More ›
It’s been two years since I wrote the original article comparing Liberty Profile, WAS classic, Tomcat, Jetty, WildFly, JBoss, GlassFish and WebLogic from a developer point of view. The point of this research was to measure the typical developer experience,… Read More ›
A few weeks ago Don Vines wrote a post about the new online WebSphere Migration Discovery Tool. This tool can estimate the work effort required to migrate applications from Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic, OC4J and GlassFish to WebSphere Application Server. The… Read More ›
Article updated: September 15, 2015 A lot has happened in the last 2+ years since I wrote the original version of this article. It is time for an update. Software developers have many different tools at their disposal when building… Read More ›
Author: Don Vines (IBM) Four years ago IBM funded a team with the mission to resolve the concerns of customers that are considering the migration of their Java EE applications from competitor’s applications servers to WebSphere. During that time IBM… Read More ›