Increasing Resiliency for IBM WebSphere Application Server Deployments
JohnPape 0600007J6A Visits (3998)
In my tenure with the IBM WebSphere Foundation SWAT team, I've seen many scenarios in which clients, unfortunately and for lack of a better term, shoot themselves in the foot either with the products they use or with their processes and design choices.
To bring about awareness of these scenarios, the SWAT team wrote a guide in 2009 that exposed these malpractices and explained how to mitigate them to avoid these costly mistakes, saving the business bottom-line. In 2013, we started a project to re-write the document, the result is a paper that provides examples that can give a better understanding of how and why these issues can occur and explains possible solutions. Understanding these practices can help provide increased resiliency for WebSphere Application Server deployments. The RedPaper "Increasing Resiliency for IBM WebSphere Application Server Deployments" is available in a variety of formats including EPUB (for you e-reader lovers).
Whether you're a WebSphere Application Server owne