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Nitin Gaur

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What Is XC10: Data Grid in a Box The WebSphere DataPower XC10 Appliance is a purpose-built, easy-to-use appliance designed for simplified deployment and hardened security at the caching tier of your enterprise application infrastructure. It incorporates 160GB cache into the DataPower line of appliances from IBM, adding elastic caching functions that enable your business-critical applications to scale cost effectively with consistent performance. The DataPower XC10 is designed for rapid, "drop-in" use in conjunction with WebSphere Application Server and other WebSphere family products where it can deliver a cost-effective, distributed caching solution in support of data-oriented distributed caching scenarios. Figure 1 : Scalability enabled by XC10 – Caching Appliance What Is XI50: ESB in a Box The IBM DataPower XI50 network device offers a light message broker, ente... (more)

Anatomy of Cloud Computing Platform

Introduction As the IT operations continue to evolve and transform the business towards agility and adaptability to ever changing rules of marketplace, the efficiency of any IT operation is of paramount significance. The phrase ‘time to market' has a completely new meaning in today's dynamic business environment where the only constant is change. This rapidly changing environment has lead the IT and business leaders alike to re-think the ‘procurement to provisioning' process with one goal in mind - Efficient use of resources. These resources include IT assets such as hardware an... (more)

The Changing Landscape of Middleware

Lately I have been engaged with many clients that are maniacally focused on reduced costs by means of reduced footprint. In this post, I attempt to discuss some of my thoughts and experiences towards this trend: Growth poses a problem: As business grows so does the resulting infrastructure and primarily the middleware which houses the business logic and in some cases this tier shares the presentation or the store front with business logic. So with growth in business either due to larger client base or new business model implies similar growth in middleware. This consistent growt... (more)

IBM CloudBurst and WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance Compared

What is a cloud computing platform? Is it simply automated provisioning systems coupled with a resource virtualization, where the workload is policy driven, and resources over committed and any resource contention handled by policy driven resolution? As it turns out technologies that provide provisioning, virtualization and policy enforcement form the building blocks of a true cloud computing platform, but not any one technology is a cloud offering in and of it self. IBM’s CloudBurst family attempts to provide a single cloud solution with an appliance form factor. This paper will... (more)

Scalable HTTP Session Management with WebSphere Extreme Scale (WXS)

HTTP session management is a function offered by Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) application servers. It allows JEE applications to store state information about a given user across many HTTP requests. The JEE specification provides an API to store and retrieve information specific to the given user. WebSphere application servers and other competing products, provide session replication functionality. This is normally done either by writing to a database or through memory-to-memory replication technology.  These approaches while extensively used today, have operational challenges ... (more)