Capitalizing on large numbers of processors with WebSphere Portal on Solaris

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Martin Presler-Marshall, Laura Yen, and Daniel Edwin

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: July 21, 2009

IBM® WebSphere® Portal can run on a variety of systems with widely different architectures. Architectures with a large number of processors can pose a challenge: how can you achieve good performance on such systems? This article describes the experience of the WebSphere Portal performance team, showing how we configured the system to make good use of the resources available. It is targeted at an experienced system administrator or architect considering a deployment of WebSphere Portal on a Sun Solaris environment, though the basic lessons in the article also apply to other platforms as well.

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