Networks, storage, and all other information technology infrastructure are fairly complicated things and it takes substantial planning and flawless execution to get it right. Project managers and analysts do great work to ensure that what runs on these infrastructure systems is properly specified and delivered on time. And with all
Finally! Some long-needed innovation in WebSphere application servers from IBM, and some fresh thinking that may boost the long-term viability of IBM leadership in middleware software. Whether it is the pressure from Oracle or open-source innovation, or a long-overdue grounds-up overhaul of the WebSphere application server architecture that has been
... long since fixed UPDATE: Most of these issues are fixed in Ganymede SR2, and I am using the OSGi update mechanism now. Eclipse is a great tool with its main strength being its modular architecture. Everything is a module, and modules can bee updated from within Eclipse. This architecture propelled
(Note: This technique is NOT supported by IBM) IBM's Rational family of IDE's (integrated development environments) are based on the Eclipse1 platform. IBM WebSphere Commerce Developer 6.02 is one member of the family that is based on the Rational Application Developer 6.03 and the WebSphere Application Server 6.