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Question about manageability - part 3.

Fernando Franzini
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Hi Ranchers

I'm worried to answer the question about manageability. As far as I am aware, manageability is related to the management of available resources on the application server such as security, concurrency control and resource management as polling object and so on.
I believe it have nothing I can do in the solution architecture that can provide "greater manageability". Only use these resources available in AS as datasource pooling, pooling stateless, etc..
How could I answer the question of manageability
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Fernando Franzini
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Someone had to answer this question in part 3?
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