Wednesday, 26 February 2014

IBM PureApplication System (IPAS) - More resources ....

The IBM PureApplication™ System is a platform system designed and tuned specifically for transactional web and database applications. This workload-aware, flexible platform is designed to be easy to deploy, customise, safeguard and manage. Whether you operate in a traditional or private cloud environment, this IBM solution can provide you with superior IT economics.

IPAS gives us a way to rapidly build out infrastructure stacks for solutions such as, for example, IBM Integration Bus, IBM Business Process Manager, IBM Business Monitor etc. using re-usable patterns.

IBM PureSystems Centre

Welcome to the IBM PureSystems Centre highlighting our first-ever family of integrated systems with built in expertise! On the PureSystems Centre, you can access patterns from IBM and IBM Business Partners, updates to systems and patterns, and expertise for maximizing the benefit of systems and patterns. PureSystems patterns are part of a broad portfolio of solutions that accelerate deployment and simplify management for cloud, business, and infrastructure applications.

PureApplication Service on SoftLayer Beta

Accelerate Development of New Enterprise Solutions for the Cloud with Codename BlueMix

Automatic scaling of virtual system pattern instances in IBM PureApplication System

A virtual system pattern is an IBM® PureApplication™ System deployment model that defines the cloud workload as a topology of middleware images. The virtual system pattern model supports only static scaling of virtual system pattern instance nodes. This article explains how to build a virtual application pattern that can implement automatic scaling of the virtual system pattern instance nodes. This technique leverages the virtual application pattern policy, the monitoring framework, and the Virtual System Pattern Clone API.

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