Improve Application Resiliency with IBM WebSphere Network Deployment V8.5

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Published on 10 May 2013

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IBM Form #: REDP-4990-00


Authors: Ravi Gopalakrishnan, Keith Smith and Christopher Vignola

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    Abstract

    IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Network Deployment V8.5 (referred to as Network Deployment from this point on) improves application server resiliency and delivers enterprise quality service for batch workloads. These capabilities lower total cost of ownership and result in higher availability and agility of the application server environment. This IBM Redpaper™ publication describes several implementation scenarios that Network Deployment clients can review to quickly illustrate the value of these enhanced resiliency and batch capabilities.

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    Scenario 1: Nondisruptive application edition management with roll-back option

    Scenario 2: Prioritize, load balance, auto-learn application state, and dynamically scale resources to protect business critical applications

    Scenario 3: Sense and respond to common problems before user outages

    Scenario 4: Eliminate single point of failure for administrative functions by using the high availability deployment manager function

    Scenario 5: Leverage OLTP infrastructure for new batch workloads

    Scenario 6: Improve batch elapsed-time by using system managed parallel batch

    Scenario 7: Extend reach of enterprise workload scheduling to WebSphere batch

     

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