Tuesday, 22 May 2018
WebSphere Application Server and HTTP Session Affinity
I was chatting to a colleague about this, and thought it'd be worth writing down for future reference.
He was asking about HTTP Session Affinity between a client/browser and a downstream WebSphere Application Server (WAS) cluster.
I explained that the WebSphere Plugin can leverage Session Affinity using the JSESSIONID cookie, as described here: -
Source: Webcast replay: WebSphere Application Server 6.1 Plug-in: Technical Overview
and this: -
Source: Webcast Replay: WebSphere Plug-in Session Affinity and Load Balancing
at May 22, 2018
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