n. A family of IBM software products that provide a development and deployment environment for basic Web publishing and for transaction-intensive, enterprise-scale e-business applications.
software from IBM used for creating Web-based applications that are supported on many platforms.
1.4 IBM's offering. Comes with a wheelbarrow full of documentation. Very expensive.
J2EE-based application server platform that is the foundation of the IBM WebSphere software platform. It provides support for dynamic e-business and SOA by providing an application deployment environment with application services that provide enhanced capabilities for transaction management, as well as security, performance, availability, connectivity, and scalability. Sometimes it is abbreviated to WAS.
A Web Enterprise software program developed by IBM. It functions as a servlet engine and is used in conjunction with the HTTP server, included with WebSphere.
An IBM Internet software platform that supports e-business applications. The foundational products are WebSphere Application Server and MQSeries. WebSphere Foundation Extensions include: WebSphere User Experience, Interwoven TeamXpress, VisualAge for Java, VisualAge Generator, WebSphere Homepage Builder, WebSphere Transcoding Publisher, WebSphere Translation Server, WebSphere Everyplace Suite, MQSeries Integrator, WebSphere Site Analyzer, WebSphere Adapters, Versata Studio, WebSphere Studio Site Developer, WebSphere Studio Application Developer, WebSphere Business Components, WebSphere Voice Server, WebSphere Portal Server, WebSphere Personalization Server, WebSphere Edge Server, WebSphere Host Integration Solution. WebSphere Application Accelerators include: WebSphere Commerce Suite, MQSeries WorkFlow, Universal Description, Discovery and Integration ( UDDI) services, WebSphere Payment Manager, Lotus Domino, WebSphere Business Integrator, WebSphere Partner Agreement Manager, MQSeries Financial Services Edition.
IBMs famous application server.