Build strong, flexible J2EE apps with a WebSphere cluster environment

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Bin Zhou

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 07, 2006

When you need strong, extensible, and flexible J2EE apps, tap into a WebSphere® cluster environment. This article describes what you need to consider when designing a Web-based application in a WebSphere Application Server cluster environment, including application file update and synchronization, serialization of session objects, and dynamic caching. Don't have the WebSphere Application Server software? Download a free trial of WebSphere Application Server version 6.1 for Windows and Linux.

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