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Rapid WebSphere Application Server Provisioning with WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance

Published By: IBM Corporation
IBM Corporation
Published:  Sep 20, 2010
Length:  22 pages

Cloud computing is a concept that describes the pooling of computing resources in a “cloud” to provide a single source of computing power to multiple users. The cloud  manager provides a self-service deployment interface that maintains permissions, information about cloud artifacts such as virtual images and patterns, and resource usage (for chargeback).

The WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance is a secure hardware appliance that represents such a cloud manager. It optimizes the configuration, deployment, and management of WebSphere Application Server environments in a cloud. While the WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance is targeted for private or on-premise cloud computing environments, it can also be used by service providers providing hosted public clouds and software-as-a-service environments to simplify and standardize repeated deployments of their software.

WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance is part of a powerful and comprehensive set of cloud computing and virtualization solutions for intelligently deploying and managing service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, services, and environments to achieve smarter business outcomes. These solutions deliver robustness and agility to enable applications to adapt to changing market conditions while lowering costs.

Tagsapplication servers, enterprise software, ibm websphere, application server, middleware, cloudburst appliance, server provisioning