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Installing Liberty on z/OS: Java EE 7 on the Big Iron – up to 141 processors and 10 TB of memory (on psamolysov.blogspot.co.uk)

Pavel Samolysov explains how to implement all Java EE 7 capabilities on z/OS. Mainframes and Liberty work together providing up to 141 5 GHz processors...

WebSphere Application Server documentation (Knowledge Centers)

Here's where you can find the official WebSphere Application Server documentation (V7, V8, V8.5, V9) in the IBM Knowledge Center.

Back to basics: Debug a Liberty app in Eclipse with WDT

This article will cover some basics to help you develop and debug applications quickly using Liberty and the WebSphere Developer Tools for Eclipse (or WDT...

Microinvader: The importance of common interfaces in microservices

Common interfaces are essential when building microservices. If each microservice in a larger application has the same interface implemented, it makes maintenance of the microservices...

1hr Lab: Accelerate your web app development on Liberty!

Learn how to quickly deploy applications in Liberty using WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse!

Writing a simple MicroProfile application (1)

Alasdair introduces MicroProfile by explaining how to write a simple application based around the mundane but real-life requirement to book meetings.

Kibana 4 dashboards for Liberty on the Bluemix log collection service

Felix gives a quick tour of the Kibana 4 dashboard support in the Liberty beta. Send log records from LIberty to the Bluemix log collection...

JDBC connection validation and initialization in Liberty

Use connection validation to check that pooled connections are still valid before using them, and connection initialization to run SQL commands when connections are created.

MicroProfile and WebSphere Liberty

What are microprofile.io and MicroProfile? microprofile.io is a community created in 2016 dedicated to rapid innovation around Microservices and Enterprise Java, supported by many people...

Accessing Liberty’s JMX REST APIs

Liberty has always exposed a JMX REST connector Java client to be used remotely. The REST APIs used by that Java client were made public...

Installing an application on Liberty using UrbanCode Deploy

install a Java EE application on a Liberty server using an UrbanCode Deploy component process.

Creating a collective and installing a simple application using UrbanCode Deploy

A sample UrbanCode Deploy application that runs processes to create a WebSphere Liberty collective and deploy a simple web application to the servers in the...

Managing global (XA) transactions on AWS with WebSphere Liberty

A transaction is an atomic unit of work in which multiple updates (e.g. to a database) must be completed within the transaction or, if...

HTTP session management with WebSphere Liberty, eXtreme Scale, and Amazon Web Services

HTTP sessions are used to manage state. A common example is the contents of a shopping cart. A user might make multiple visits to a...

Using JSON data from the Migration Toolkit for Application Binaries

In the latest release of the Migration Toolkit for Application Binaries (which scans binaries), we have added the ability to produce the reports in JSON...