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Most of us are faced with the same challenge on a daily basis: the need to succeed in today’s dynamic and increasingly competitive marketplace. If you’re a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) administrator, developer, architect or a manager and are looking to enhance the resiliency of WAS and add mobile and cloud access to your back-end systems without buying additional software tools, then this article is for you. Learn how you can improve the availability and scalability of your WAS applications on distributed and z/OS platforms by taking advantage of new distributed dynamic clustering, intelligent routing capabilities and health management…

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Brocade announced that Yahoo Japan Corporation, the country's largest Internet company and a global digital market leader, has completed deployment of a Brocade Ethernet fabric solution as the network foundation for an enterprise-wide big data project. The new Brocade Ethernet fabric is now delivering high-performance data throughput for Apache Hadoop, while cutting operational costs in half compared to the prior infrastructure…

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IBM announced that International Data Corp. (IDC) has ranked IBM as the top ranking supplier of Software Defined Storage Platforms (SDS-P) in its latest Worldwide Storage Software QView for the second quarter 2014, based on software revenue. The ranking reflects widespread adoption of IBM’s SDS-P technologies by clients looking to gain faster, more reliable access to their growing data volumes…

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Since it was introduced in 1993 under the MQSeries name, IBM’s WebSphere MQ messaging integration middleware product has allowed systems and applications to be connected, regardless of the platform or environment. WebSphere MQ can, for example, allow a desktop application to communicate seamlessly with an IBM CICS transaction that’s running on the IBM z/OS operating system…

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Today, it’s generally accepted that System z environments span multiple, geographically dispersed data centers. these data centers are increasingly interconnected for the purposes of disaster recovery (dr) and continuous availability (Ca). there are many reasons for this, including the ever-increasing dependency of businesses, governments and society on It services. there’s also the requirement to meet government regulations related to the availability of these It services. Finally, advances in connectivity technology mean it’s now possible to do what previously was impossible, not feasible or even unthinkable…

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