One issue with cloud centric applications is how to effectively and efficiently deploy the applications that provides elasticity or on-demand scalability. The IBM PureApplication System provides a unique way to scale Web applications according to traffic and performance, simplifying the deployment experience, and releasing the administrators from the manual and time consuming error-prone configurations.
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Summary: The IBM Application Pattern for Java lets you easily move any existing Java application into a cloud-based environment and make it reusable as either a platform or a modifiable template. Find out how this pattern works with IBM’s cloud offerings, and get started with step-by-step instructions — including two video demos — for creating, deploying, and monitoring Java virtual applications in a variety of usage scenarios. Continue reading ->
In this article, I will explain how to install RTC plugin on an existing Eclipse environment to connect to the SmartCloud Application Collaborative Lifecycle Management Service.
This a serie of articles explaining step-by-step how to create a pattern-type for IBM PureSystems, IBM Workload Deployer and IBM SmartCloud Application Services.
When you provision the SmartCloud Application Workload Services, you have the option to store all data on an existing volume. For doing that, you just need to create a volume in the same data-center first and an IP address then enter the storage ID and the IP address while provisioning the SmartCloud Application Workload Services.
The answer is very simple and short
Imagine the following scenario, you create a SmartCloud Application Collaborative Lifecycle Management Service Instance or a SmartCloud Application Workload Service Instance and you start working with it, all data are stored in the virtual machine.