Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Advertisement: IBM WebSphere: Report about application infrastructure challenges and workload

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YOU
VS
REVENUE LOSS,
PRODUCTIVITY LOSS
AND HAIR LOSS
WebSphere | IBM
PUT WEBSPHERE IN YOUR CORNER.
Find out how in the Technology Trend Report by DH Brown.



HELP YOUR INFRASTRUCTURE RUN BETTER, STRONGER AND FASTER. You can't afford the stress and financial hit of a spike-induced server crash. Or applications that create lag time. Well, now you don't have to.

THE WORLD CHAMPION APPLICATION SERVER.
It all starts with WebSphere Application Server V6.0 (WAS V6.0). It's the industry-leading application server. This software can help provide a more stable and flexible infrastructure, including:

Increased infrastructure availability for critical business applications
Accelerated development and delivery of IT services by up to 30%*
Improved TCO by up to 30%*

TKO TCO.
WebSphere Extended Deployment (WXD) adds a not-so-secret weapon. A highly reliable, flexible and scalable environment that enables you to proactively allocate resources to handle workload increases. That reduces downtime, increases efficiency and brings down total cost of ownership. So workload spikes have met their match.

READ ALL ABOUT IT.
But don't just take our word for it. See what the experts are saying. Download this Analyst Report: IBM Raises the Application Platform Bar with WebSphere Extended Deployment by DH Brown Associates. It talks about how WXD helps enhance WAS V6.0 capabilities.

Read all about it in the Technology Trend Report by DH Brown.
DOWNLOAD YOUR REPORT NOW.

ADVICE FROM THE CORNER
FIGHT BACK
Workload spikes can hit you when you least expect them. Fight back with the one-two combo of WAS V6.0 and WebSphere Extended Deployment.

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*Based on information provided by customers. IBM does not guarantee comparable results.

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