More About High-volume Web Sites
by IBM Redbooks
Publisher: International Technical Support 2004
Number of pages: 192
From the table of contents: Prepare your WebSphere Web site for e-business on demand, architecture for virtualization with WebSphere Application Server, advanced clustering techniques for maximizing Web site availability with WebSphere Application Server, resilience of WebSphere Portal clusters under load, how WebSphere caches dynamic content for high-volume Web sites, impact of object serialization and local Enterprise JavaBeans on application server performance, using IBM’s Content Manager to manage Web content, and more.
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