Innovations within reach, Using WebSphere eXtreme Scale to enhance WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager performance

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Benjamin Parees, Wanjun Wang, and Ramakrishna Boggarapu

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 20, 2012

IBM® Web Content Manager in IBM WebSphere® Portal can make use of dynacache instances to store rendered content retrieved from Web Content Manager when advanced caching is enabled. This caching improves response time and reduces load on the database. WebSphere eXtreme Scale and the XC10 caching appliance offers an implementation of dynacache that stores cached content in an elastic data grid instead of using the default dynacache implementation, which stores cached content in IBM WebSphere Application Server heap space or on disk. This article examines the significant performance benefits of moving the WebSphere Portal advanced cache content into a data grid hosted by an XC10 caching appliance without requiring any application code changes. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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