Customize deployment behavior using WebSphere CloudBurst environment profiles

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Dustin Amrhein and Jose Ortiz

Date archived: November 29, 2016 | First published: November 01, 2010

Self-service access and customization capability are key themes when using WebSphere® CloudBurst™. Multiple users can create and provision their own unique middleware a/pplication environments by using a range of customization techniques that apply to image construction, pattern building, and pattern deployment. The newest release of WebSphere CloudBurst expands the reach of the customization capabilities to allow a single appliance to support users' various deployment needs. Users can utilize the new environment profiles feature to affect the placement of the parts in a virtual system, apply their own naming conventions to virtual machines, and provide hostname configuration for each virtual machine in the system.

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