Best Practices for Implementing WebSphere Extended Deployment

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 23 February 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738489638
ISBN-13: 9780738489636
IBM Form #: SG24-7343-00


Authors: Carla Sadtler, David Buchanan, Naveen Deshwal, Tomonori Iwashina, Edward McCarthy and Hendrik Van Run

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication looks at scenarios for using WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0.2 and outlines procedures and best practices for these scenarios. Scenarios for operations optimization, long-running application extenders, and data-intensive application extenders are included.

    This book focuses on process, design, and usage guidelines, complimenting the "how to" information found in Using WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0 To Build an On Demand Production Environment, SG24-7153. In addition, the business grid (batch and compute-intensive) capabilities are covered extensively including how to and best practice information.

    This book applies to WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0.2 only.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Operations optimization

    Chapter 1. Service level optimization

    Chapter 2. Application hosting and chargeback

    Chapter 3. Application performance monitoring and health management

    Part 2. Long running application extenders

    Chapter 4. Introduction to long-running applications

    Chapter 5. Configuring a long-running runtime environment

    Chapter 6. Configuring a long-running development environment

    Chapter 7. Building batch applications

    Chapter 8. Building compute-intensive applications

    Part 3. Data-intensive application extenders

    Chapter 9. HTTP session management

    Part 4. Appendix

    Appendix A. Appendix - Visualization logs

     

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