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IBM WebSphere on Raspberry PI
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Wannes Rams    

I happen to have a Raspberry PI at home connected to my tv to stream content from my NAS to my television. I think it does a great job, but I could not imagine using it for something work related. And then I came across this article from Simon Maple on running the IBM WebSphere Liberty profile an a Raspberry PI.

Next step, IBM Connections on Raspberry PI??

I guess we won’t be running any enterprise apps on this platform, but it shows how valuable the new Liberty profile truly is from a resource perspective..

Unless you wanted to do something like this.

 

raspberry-pi-supercomputer-1-620x465

 

More info about the liberty profile


Filed under: Technical Tagged: lego, Libertyprofile, raspberry, raspberrypi, WebSphere

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http://wannesrams.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/ibm-websphere-in-raspberry-pi/
Sep 05, 2014
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