Scalability and elasticity for virtual application patterns in IBM PureApplication System

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Andre Tost and José De Jesús

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: September 04, 2013

IBM® PureApplication™ System is an integrated system that combines hardware resources (compute nodes, storage, and networking) with software resources, using virtualization to maximize the utilization of the system. Workloads (for example, transactional applications, web applications, or data-centric applications) are supported via the use of patterns, which offer abstract views of the software components of a solution; for example, web applications, or databases. This article describes the various options that exist in IBM PureApplication System and IBM Workload Deployer for the creation of scalable middleware deployments using virtual application patterns. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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