- WebSphere eXtreme Scale V8.6 Fix Pack 1 is available for you to download
- Download WebSphere eXtreme Scale Version 8.6 Fix Pack 1 server upgrade
- Download WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client Version 8.6 Fix Pack 1 for Java and .NET
- Recommended fixes for WebSphere eXtreme Scale
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WebSphere® eXtreme Scale Version 8.6 Fix Pack 1 includes fixes for internal defects and usability improvements.
The WebSphere eXtreme Scale Trial and WebSphere eXtreme Scale for Developers - Liberty Profile images were also updated to 184.108.40.206. They can be found here.
If you have any issues upgrading, be sure to visit our Forum for eXtreme Scale.
WebSphere eXtreme Scale Version 8.5 Fix Pack 3 or the DataPower XC10 Appliance Version 2.1 Fix Pack 3 available for download!
WebSphere® eXtreme Scale Version 8.5 Fix Pack 3 includes fixes for internal defects and usability improvements.
Download the IBM WebSphere DataPower XC10 Appliance Version 2.1 Fix Pack 3 firmware upgrade. You can also download the client, which is required for the appliance to work.
This firmware release includes improved capability for WebSphere DataPower XC10 Appliance Version 2.1 Fix Pack 3, also known as V220.127.116.11.
If you have any issues upgrading, be sure to visit our forums!
WebSphere® eXtreme Scale Version 8.6 has many new features including:
The future of the web is scale. And when we're talking solving big problems, we mean, eXtreme Scale. Large Volumes, Highly Available, Reliable, Transparent, High Performance, Scalable, Accessible, Secure, Usable, and Inexpensive are just a few of the benefits of using elastic caching.
Data in memory is much quicker and easier to access than memory on disk. End user response times and system throughput are improved. Load on backend EIS and databases are reduced by large memory caches, thus increasing the workload you may process and your scalability.
WebSphere eXtreme Scale provides huge memory stores on commodity hardware solving all these problems being a dynamic, elastic cache. What can't you do with large, cheap memory stores?
Let's get started! What do you want to do?