Easy virtual app automation using Workload Deployer

A pattern approach to building cloud applications

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Brian Stelzer, Davanum Srinivas, and Amit Acharya

Date archived: July 28, 2016 | First published: July 27, 2011

A virtual application is a customer-designed entity that contains industry standard artifacts that can be deployed on enterprise middleware components and a set of policies that govern runtime behavior of the application once it is deployed. In this article, the authors demonstrate some of the concepts behind building virtual applications, including automating the build process using patterns; real-world examples are provided using version 3.0 of IBM® Workload Deployer.

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Zone=Cloud computing, WebSphere, Information Management
ArticleTitle=Easy virtual app automation using Workload Deployer