The Global WebSphere Community (GWC) organised a live chat Q & A session on 4th December 2013.
You can deploy Jenkins on Liberty profile. We’ve created a page on the Jenkins wiki describing how to do it. Take a look…
When we first released the Liberty profile we also released some great tools for developing applications with Eclipse, but what if you aren’t using Eclipse? What if you are using (as an example) IntelliJ IDEA?
Learn how to access a MongoDB database from the Liberty profile. This is a new feature in WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5.
We’ve just released the shiny new WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5. We are really excited about this new release, updating the Liberty profile with new programming model support such as Web profile, JMS and Web services, it also adds new management capabilities.
Today’s GA of WebSphere Application Server introduces to the Liberty profile support for WebSphere MQ using the Java Message Service (JMS) APIs. Read this blog post to learn how to use WebSphere MQ with the Liberty profile.
Alasdair Nottingham (lead developer for WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile) talks to infoQ about the Liberty profile, what makes it different to WebSphere Application Server full profile and the mindset behind Liberty’s development.
Attend our WebSphere Application Server (WAS) V8.5.Next Beta, Rational Application Developer (RAD) v9.0 Beta and WAS Developer Tools (WDT) for Eclipse V9.0 Beta Feature Focus Week sessions
When I choose a tool for any kind of job, there are around three questions I usually consider:
- Is this going to be able to do the job?
- Is this the easiest way to do it?
- Do I like using it?