Software as a Service: Tenant specific HTTP and data source partitioning using WebSphere eXtreme Scale

Explore how SaaS service providers can improve application scalability by partitioning tenant specific HTTP requests and datasources in a multi-tenant application. This technique also referred as "Sharding" is shown using an example in WebSphere eXtreme Scale. Using a fictitious mult-tenant application called Jivaro, this demo explores how to integrate WebSphere Application Server Community Edition applications with WebSphere eXtreme Scale.

Technology team SOA , IBM Software Group, IBM

This team, in partnership with IBM's ISV and Developer Relations team, is responsible for assisting partners by demonstrating the applicability of IBM enterprise level middleware for deploying Software as a Service applications. Included in this team are: Mary Taylor, Devaprasad Nadgir, Jatinder Malik, Sobha Warrier, Sowmya Grama, David Carew, and Indrajit Poddar.



01 February 2009

Explore how SaaS service providers can improve application scalability by partitioning tenant specific HTTP requests and datasources in a multi-tenant application. This technique also referred as "Sharding" is shown using an example in IBM® WebSphere® eXtreme Scale. Using a fictitious mult-tenant application called Jivaro, this demo explores how to integrate WebSphere Application Server Community Edition applications with WebSphere eXtreme Scale.

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Sample implementation artifacts for metering and billing multi-tenant Web service resources

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8 minutes

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DescriptionNameSize
TranscriptScenario3.5_WebSphere_eXtreme_Scale_Script_v8.pdf430KB
Scenario setup instruction documentSetup_and_Instructions_Scenario3.pdf321KB
Development and deployment artifactsScenario3.5_Downloads.zip512KB

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