.jar files,.war files and .ear files

In J2EE, application modules are packaged as EAR, JAR and WAR based on their functionality .These files are simply zipped files using java jar tool. These files are created for different purposes. .jar files: JAR files (Java ARchive) allows aggregating many files into one, it is usually used to hold Java classes in a library. i.e. Math.jar These files are […]

Webserver and Application Server

A  lot of views all around the web could be found regarding the discussion on difference between a Web-server and an Application server.Even I am not sure of the exact difference between the two.I am compiling this post so that we can try to shed out some light on this so as to come with […]

What is DataPower?

Definition of DataPower from IBM Site : IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances are purpose-built, easy-to-deploy network devices that simplify, help secure, and accelerate your XML and Web services deployments while extending your SOA infrastructure. IBM WebSphere DataPower Family Suite 1.DataPower XML Accelerator XA35 2.DataPower XML Security Gateway XS40    3.DataPower Integration Appliance XI50  (Note : XI50 […]

Web Service Proxy (WSP)

DataPower Service Types There are three major service types available in the DataPower appliance. Multi-Protocol Gateway (MPGW)  Web Service Proxy (WSP) XML Firewall (XMLFW)  Each type of Data-Power service has built-in features and functionality to handle different types of transactions and protocols for the type of traffic that is to be expected, as well as […]

Concept of Server Virtualization

Many times we use the word Virtual Server.What is it actually and whats the need of it.Lets try to find out. When we use the term server,the first thought that comes to our mind is that its a computer used to host a website or a computer  on which some application is deployed.And its absolutely […]

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