IBM's WebSphere best on Windows, Microsoft

Microsoft took the covers off a new website named “WebSphereLovesWindows.com,” that purports to prove that users can knock down hardware costs by as much as two-thirds by simply adopting less-expensive Intel servers and, of course, Microsoft software. "Given the current economy, we're looking for places our customers can save," Steven Martin of Microsoft said. The site's main aim is […]

Microsoft took the covers off a new website named “WebSphereLovesWindows.com,” that purports to prove that users can knock down hardware costs by as much as two-thirds by simply adopting less-expensive Intel servers and, of course, Microsoft software. "Given the current economy, we're looking for places our customers can save," Steven Martin of Microsoft said. The site's main aim is to convince IT decision makers that Intel-based servers running Windows Server 2008 are as capable, if not more so, of running high transaction WebSphere enterprise applications as IBM AIX systems.

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