In these challenging times, I wanted to offer any additional assistance that I or the WebSphere team can provide. If you need one on one advice on any topic from our subject matter experts (for example, performance, scaling, monitoring), please don't hesitate to contact me and I'll set up a meeting, or forward me your questions and I'll get them answered.
We know today that many customers are struggling with additional workload and are concerned about slow systems, reliability and performance. To help you navigate these issues we are offering two complimentary webinars run by our experienced SWAT team:
Troubleshoot WebSphere Application Server (The Basics), Wednesday, April 15, 3:00 PM ET
Self-paced WebSphere Application Server Troubleshooting and Performance Lab, Wednesday, April 22nd, 3:00 PM ET
As part of our commitment to our clients and the need to maintain business and application continuity at this time, IBM has announced that WebSphere Application Server (WAS) will be supported until at least 2030. Our WAS clients have stability, with support, allowing you to continue to run mission-critical applications on WAS while focusing on delivering new capabilities to address the crisis.
Learn more here:
If you or your team is looking for additional education during this time, we are also starting a new complimentary webinar series targeted at Developers. The first session is Thursday April 16th.
An Open Future for Java in the Cloud? Thursday April 16th, 2:00 PM ET
You can also catch up on the latest Technical overview on Liberty
Liberty 20.0.01,2,3 Technical Overview, Update and Q&A session, Wednesday April 8th, 1:00 PM ET
or Wednesday April 22nd, 9:00 AM ET
If there's anything else you'd like education or help on at this time, please let me know.