IBM WebSphere Application Server Pros and Cons

IBM WebSphere Application Server Pros

reviewer1378179
Head, Operations at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It does integrate well with the Tivoli Federated Identity Management system.
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GanapathyElumalai
Principal Architect with 1-10 employees
The solution is robust. The connection management and the scalability, which IBM provides to the Stack, are also valuable.
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reviewer1343838
Service Relationship Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We needed this type of integration and WebShepere is the best tool for it.
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Gurvijay Bhatti
Senior Solutions Architect at Department of Justice
High availability, alert management, and deployments are the most valuable features for us. We have the ND version so we can do deployments.
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reviewer1322091
System and Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
This solution is easy to use with a GUI that is intuitive and very helpful.
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reviewer1215750
Sen. Fab Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The scalability of the product is quite good.
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SherifHassan
Application Integration Engineer at EFG-Hermes
It has good stability of the application server in the long term compared to other solutions.
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Akkari Fay
Director of Operations at ufi
The most valuable feature of this solution is Portal Virtualization.
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IBM WebSphere Application Server Cons

reviewer1378179
Head, Operations at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Based on the field and based on the build that was provided, we've noticed a lot of constraints in terms of the performance now.
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GanapathyElumalai
Principal Architect with 1-10 employees
They should make the solution more lightweight and not bundle everything into a single product.
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reviewer1343838
Service Relationship Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
I think that this is a good product but I think that the cloud environment could be improved. I think that the future is in the utilization of the product in a product as a service way which is something that is lacking at this moment.
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Gurvijay Bhatti
Senior Solutions Architect at Department of Justice
The footprint could be reduced so that we can use a smaller virtual machine to run the application. We could also use more scripts. I would like this solution to be more script oriented, rather than GUI oriented.
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reviewer1322091
System and Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Some things are very difficult to do, so the interface and usage could be more intuitive for those.
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reviewer1215750
Sen. Fab Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The availability of the solution needs improvement.
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SherifHassan
Application Integration Engineer at EFG-Hermes
It should be able to serve more concurrent requests like Oracle. Oracle has more powerful stability, availability, and real-time serving.
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Akkari Fay
Director of Operations at ufi
In the next release of this solution, I would like to see support for the Arabic language.
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