Optimizing operations with WebSphere Extended Development: A checklist for moving solutions into a goals-oriented production environment

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Snehal Antani

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: November 07, 2007

A goals-oriented, virtualized run time, such as one provided by the Operations Optimization component in IBM WebSphere Extended Development (XD), can help you reduce your data center's overall hardware footprint and middleware complexity. However, using such a run time requires that you understand some new concepts and consider their ramifications. This article defines a checklist of areas to consider when deploying applications into production when you choose a virtualized, goals-oriented environment.

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