IBM WebSphere Application Server is increasingly focused on delivering content that is social. As a result, this document will no longer contain a quarterly summary of content. We would like to encourage you to engage with the WebSphere Application ServerTeam in our social channels..
Recent industry surveys show a trend towards social content that allows clients to collaborate with companies like IBM. As part of becoming more social, WebSphere Application Server Support will no longer be sending out emails for the quarterly Support Newsletters or updating the associated featured links that were previously in this on-line document.
In addition to blogging, tweeting, and posting to Facebook and YouTube, the WebSphere Application Server support team is now posting questions and answers on developerWorks Answers (dW Answers ) where anyone can contribute easily. You can "Like", "Unlike", or "Comment" on any question or answer. You can post questions and receive responses from the community of users, many of which are IBMers. You can also share your expertise by answering questions from others in the community.
dW Answers makes it easy to view content in different ways. For example, you can view the Newest content tagged with WAS on dW Answers or view the WAS content with the most Likes on dW Answers. From any question with the WAS tag, you can click the tag then click "+Follow" to be notified by email of things like new questions asked or new answers accepted. You define the email notifications that you want and the frequency by setting up "My preferences" within dW Answers. You can also follow tags using the RSS feed.
If you would like to see IBM WebSphere Application Server content and other related content shortly after it is published to the various social channels including dW Answers, make sure that you follow IBM_AppServer on Twitter.
As a result of these changes, this document will be removed from the web in January of 2016 so please bookmark the new pages.
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