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IBM tunes high-end WebSphere server

High-end version of IBM's WebSphere application server, which has utility computing-style features, will be available at the end of August.

A high-end version of IBM's WebSphere application server, which has utility computing-style features, will be available at the end of August, the company said Thursday.

Called WebSphere Extended Deployment version 6, the Java-based application server is designed to run multiple applications efficiently by automatically shifting computing workloads across several hardware servers. The latest edition improves the tools for prioritizing jobs, handles both transaction-intensive and batch workloads, and runs non-WebSphere programs. It also allows administrators to update software without bringing applications offline and improves performance with better data caching, according to IBM.