Top 10 Reasons To Implement WebSphere V8

By Wendy Sanacore
WebSphere V8 became available on June 17, 2011.
The new version of WAS increases users’ security and control, and delivers automated enhancements for the installation, maintenance, testing and problem resolution of business applications.
In addition to these capabilities, there are new features that extend the reach of WAS to support applications from the desktop to mobile devices, including popular Smartphones and tablets such as Apple’s iPad and iPhone, products running Google’s Android OS, and RIM’s BlackBerry portfolio.
With more than 100,000 WebSphere clients worldwide, mobile applications are such a large part of every business now that it is critical that there is mobile support for these devices.
The newest version of WebSphere sports the following mobile features.

  • Mobile Capability
  • UI Mockups
  • Native Experience
  • New Controls
  • Touch-Enabled UIs
  • Charts
  • No Plug-Ins
  • OSGi Support
  • IBM Rational Support
  • z/OS Support

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