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SOA and WebSphere Process Integration Education

For the next four days, I will be attending the SOA and WebSphere Process Integration V6 eSTEW. This is so I can help my fellow IBMers and you (Partners and Clients) as you call for information on our new product line. I like attending classes, even virtual ones. But I do have a short attention…

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It’s Project Crunch Time

There are so many things besides answering pre-sales questions we do that sometimes it gets mind-numbing trying to track every take-away you owe to everyone on everything. [takes a deep breath] Over the course of this week, I’ll be trying to finalize the RFP tracking application I’ve built for the coordinators across the Software Techline…

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WebSphere Technical Journal

Something I’ve always found of great value in helping me keep up to date on our technology is the WebSphere Technical Journal. This is a monthly web publication from the IBM developerWorks team, that provides a synopsys of the recent articles submitted to dW, as well as some weblinks to current events such as classes,…

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Why pay for a Java Application Server

Rich Sharples, from over at the Sun Blogs, posted this oh so true entry discussing why someone should consider purchasing a J2EE application server versus simply choosing your favorite open source alternative… Via Mirror World One reason you would pay the license fee is because free can often be more expensive. Sounds silly ? Let…

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WebSphere Application Server and OpenSSL

Got a call today from a Business Partner asking some really tough security-related questions on WebSphere Application Server Express, but sometimes, what seems most obvious is not. That particular question seemed simple enough: Can WAS Express 5.1.x use the OpenSSL libraries instead of the IBM provided ones? Humm, welll, I think so… lemme check… huh……

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