Wednesday, 12 February 2014

The WebSphere Contrarian: Options for accelerating application deployment

This from the uber-genius Tom Alcott: -

Looking for ways to speed up application deployment in IBM® WebSphere® Application Server? In this installment, The WebSphere Contrarian outlines how applications are deployed and offers options for accelerating the deployment process. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

It's time for the holidays again, which means everyone is hurrying to finish up projects for the year, take care of shopping, and a variety of other traditional year-end tasks. All this activity likely means that you'd welcome any time saving tips, since you're probably dealing with too much to do and too little time to get it all done. In doing my part to improve your efficiency, I'll spend some time in this month's column offering some tips for speeding up application deployment in IBM WebSphere Application Server, which will also apply to products such as IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Process Server, and others that are based on WebSphere Application Server.

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