I’ve been at IBM for several years, all in the software business, and have seen some very interesting campaigns designed to tell the world about capabilities. Now I know marketing can often be, well marketing, but some of these campaigns… Read More ›
My “prayers” were finally answered by the IBM pricing gods. Starting mid-March 2015 you will be able to get Liberty Profile for free production. There are some caveats, mainly you have to keep your sum total of the Java heap… Read More ›
This new (free) WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook covers performance tuning for WebSphere Application Server, although there is also a very strong focus on Java, Operating Systems, and theory which can be applied to other products and environments. This is… Read More ›
A couple of years ago I wrote an app that runs on the Google App Engine (GAE). This month I had to add a couple of new features to the app and decided to port it to IBM’s BlueMix. This… Read More ›
December release of Liberty brings dynamic clusters, Servlet 3.1, WebSocket 1.0, JSON-Processing, CouchDB support, REST connector for non-Java clients, Concurrency Utilities and a host of other cool features and tools.
Alex Mulholland has posted an article describing how WAS Liberty Profile can be run in PaaS offerings, such as BlueMix, CloudFoundry, OpenShift, Heroku, and why it is a good choice to run your Java applications on IaaS, such as SoftLayer,… Read More ›
Every week good percentage of my email inbox is filled with questions about features supported in various Java application servers. To make it easier to answer these questions I compiled a matrix comparing the following products (all latest versions as… Read More ›