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WebSphere is the IBM brand name, as well as sometimes used as a short name for the IBM WebSphere Application Server (sometimes referenced in short form as WAS) which has several flavors and forms such as WebSphere Liberty (Profile) and ND. There are also various solutions under the IBM WebSphere brand, like IBM WebSphere Commerce.

Products in the Wiki may rely on, make reference to, or connect to one or many IBM WebSphere Application Servers.

Performance and WebSphere

References

We do recommend review of the IBM WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook for further knowledge on WebSphere performance.

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