WebSphere Application Server

it provides a complete communication layer between an application hosted on it and the Operating System (Windows/Linux) on which the middleware is configured and the client from which it's being accessed.

 

What is IBM WebSphere?

  • IBM WebSphere® is a highly scalable server environment designed to host cloud applications and micro services in all organization sizes.
  • WebSphere opens the door for any developer using any tool for any app — on any cloud.
  • Increase productivity
  • Thanks to zero-migration for your application infrastructure and the ability to access new capacity and move apps to the cloud in minutes, the developer productivity is increased by 25 percent.
  • Reduce cost
  • Lower overhead with simplified administration and a 30 percent reduction in infrastructure utilization.

  • Modernize your legacy WebSphere applications with containers and micro servicesApplication modernization is one of the most critical initiatives you will face in business today. Traditional applications can be modernized by moving them to the cloud to speed in-market delivery and improve developer productivity. By modernizing your existing WebSphere Application Server applications and creating a micro service framework, you can leverage your current investments to deliver new capabilities at your own pace — while reducing complexity and costs.

IBM Domino

IBM Domino is security-rich business collaboration software for business applications, messaging, and workflow. IBM Domino software provides world-class  collaboration capabilities that can be deployed as a core email and enterprise scheduling infrastructure, as a business application platform, or both.

 Integrated Web Application Server                           

 The integrated web application server for IBM i is a lightweight Java application server that is integrated into the operating system. The integrated web application server contains a web servlet container based on the Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) that is readily accessible and provides a flexible foundation for developing jsp and servlet-based Java applications. In addition, Java API for XML-Based Web Services (JAX-WS) and Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) applications can also be run within the integrated web application server.

 

What is IBM WebSphere?

  • IBM WebSphere® is a highly scalable server environment designed to host cloud applications and micro services in all organization sizes.
  • WebSphere opens the door for any developer using any tool for any app — on any cloud.
  • Increase productivity
  • Thanks to zero-migration for your application infrastructure and the ability to access new capacity and move apps to the cloud in minutes, the developer productivity is increased by 25 percent.
  • Reduce cost
  • Lower overhead with simplified administration and a 30 percent reduction in infrastructure utilization.

  • Modernize your legacy WebSphere applications with containers and micro servicesApplication modernization is one of the most critical initiatives you will face in business today. Traditional applications can be modernized by moving them to the cloud to speed in-market delivery and improve developer productivity. By modernizing your existing WebSphere Application Server applications and creating a micro service framework, you can leverage your current investments to deliver new capabilities at your own pace — while reducing complexity and costs.

IBM Domino

IBM Domino is security-rich business collaboration software for business applications, messaging, and workflow. IBM Domino software provides world-class  collaboration capabilities that can be deployed as a core email and enterprise scheduling infrastructure, as a business application platform, or both.

 Integrated Web Application Server                           

 The integrated web application server for IBM i is a lightweight Java application server that is integrated into the operating system. The integrated web application server contains a web servlet container based on the Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) that is readily accessible and provides a flexible foundation for developing jsp and servlet-based Java applications. In addition, Java API for XML-Based Web Services (JAX-WS) and Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) applications can also be run within the integrated web application server.