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IBM WebSphere

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IBM WebSphere refers to a brand of computer software products in the genre of enterprise software known as "application and integration middleware". These software products are used by end-users to create applications and integrate applications with other applications. IBM WebSphere has been available to the general market since 1998.


  • History 1
  • IBM WebSphere software 2
    • Application Infrastructure 2.1
      • Main Products 2.1.1
  • See also 3
  • Notes and references 4
  • Further reading 5
  • External links 6


IBM introduced the first product in this brand, IBM WebSphere Performance Pack, in June 1998.[1] As of 2012 this original component forms a part of IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment, which itself is one of many WebSphere-branded enterprise software products

IBM WebSphere software

The following complete list of IBM WebSphere software uses IBM classifications.[2] Several tools appear in more than one category.

IBM has also classified WebSphere software according to the capabilities offered for individual industries.[3]

Application Infrastructure

Main Products

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ IBM Introduces WebSphere Performance Pack
  2. ^ IBM WebSphere software - Products by category
  3. ^ IBM WebSphere industry solutions
  • [3] Websphere
  • [4] Websphere Liberty Profile

Further reading

  • Budinsky, F.; G. DeCandio, R. Earle, T. Francis, J. Jones, J. Li, M. Nally, C. Nelin, V. Popescu, S. Rich, A. Ryman, T. Wilson (2004). "WebSphere Studio overview". IBM Systems Journal 43 (2): 384–419.  

External links

  • IBM WebSphere software catalog
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