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    • Prof. Dr. Martin Welsch | IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH, Böblingen, Portal Development 16. September 2010 IBM WebSphere Portal - die nächste Generation © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Disclaimer The information on the new product is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on the new product is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on the new product is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • WebSphere Portal – Markführer in den letzten 10 Jahren Bereit für die nächsten 10 Jahre 100+ weltweite Technologiepatente by IBM Portal Development ’01 ’02 ’03 ’04 ’05 ’06 ’07 ’08 ’09 ’10 V5.1 V6.0 V6.1 Portal V1.1 V4.2 NOW Virtual Drag Web 2.0 & V2.1 V4.1 & V5.0 Portals & Drop Mashups Support Rapid Portal Deployment XML Forms IBM's Portal Introduced Deployment, Platform family of Scale, V6.1.5 Composite offerings Maintainability End-user & Portal Model Personalization Optimization Collaboration Portlet Factory Accelerators Industry Web Content Mobile Content Management Dashboards Bus Process Toolboxes Learning Collaboration Government Insurance Industrial Banking Healthcare Retail Travel and Transport Insurance Banking Telco Telecom © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • What does this mean to existing WebSphere Portal Customers? IBM Project Northstar ■ Portal Family of offerings are strategic components of IBM Project Northstar ■ And we have been moving toward this convergence for a while ■ Completely leverages existing customer Portal investments ■ Stays in sync into the future with customers expanding Portal investments ■Brings together the scope of technology, services, industry specific needs expected to dominate extranets over next 3-5 year into a cohesive and consumable extension if and when desired. New incremental packaged offerings to allowing accelerated deployment of ■ differentiated, best of breed, customer facing experiences Represents IBM's commitment to lead and outpace any alternative challengers ■ pursuing the Exceptional Web Experience opportunity © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • The New News! WebSphere Portal v7.0 and Lotus Web Content Management v7.0 Both ready and shipped on September 1, 2010! © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • WebSphere Portal and Lotus Web Content Management V7.0 Exceptional Web Experience Foundation ■Seamless convergence of Web Portal and Web content management ■Socially-Infused Web experiences with out-of-box Blogs and Wikis with Tagging ■Community content value measurement enabled by Ratings ■Ubiquitous Web experience development with new IBM Universal Hub Integration capability ■In-line business user content management via Rich Editor enhancements and Lotus® Symphony™ integration ■Enhanced Web analytics support for greater insight into user behavior ■Virtualization support increases deployment/cost-of-ownership flexibility ■Faster custom Web experience development with new WebSphere Portlet Factory V7.0 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Tagging and Rating Ratings allow users to provide their input on information available through your site. Tags allows users to create a natural taxonomy of the information on your site WebSphere Portal users can tag and rate content you publish with WCM, content they create within user generated content, and portal pages and portlets. 7 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Adding Tags and Ratings Tagging and Rating UI widget embedded in themes/skins Hook for filtering content (for profanity, etc. scanning) Tag icon opens light box in middle of page 8 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Tag Center 9 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Web Site Analytics Who is coming to my site? How did they find it? What are they doing? What did they search for? Did they find it? What are the most popular areas? What are the most popular topics/content? What if I try this image vs that image? Do more people click on it? What if I pick content with Rule B instead of Rule A? Are they using the benefits tool? … 10 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Web Analytics WebSphere Portal partners with market-leading web analytics companies to support these use cases and more Coremetrics, Omniture, WebTrends, unica Enabled out of the box and allows admin to turn on the insertion of appropriate scripts onto portal pages or individual portlets Scripts for partner analytics products out of the box with ability to also customize to customer’s choice Technique to insert appropriate page, content or portlet info into the script Include logging for WCM content Make the info available to WCM Authors Increased from 4 out of box metrics in 6.1.5 to 17 in Portal Version 7 Ability for customers to add additional metrics 11 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Universal Integration Hub - The Theme to End all Themes! Consistent, comprehendible architecture and programming model for rendering different component types (portlets, widgets, …) in different client runtimes (CSA, SSA, …) Single and consistent Theme Architecture Baseline for a programming model which customers can easily understand. Extendable as more runtimes/component types might show up (Open Social, Flex, …) Combine iWidgets and Portlets on same page Leverage WSRP enabled Portlets in Client Side Mode Automatically wrap iwidgets as portlets for Server Side Mode Based on Dojo 1.4 12 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Define Theme and Pages in your favorite HTML Editing Tool We HTM bDA L De V In s ig n teg too rati l on HTML Theme HTML Page HTM We L De bDA s ig n V In too teg l rati on © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Adding Components Portlets Pag e Bu ilde r iWidgets Content (Rendering Portlet) © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Cost of Ownership Improvements in Portal Version 7 Portlet Load Monitoring Allow portlets to define maximum number of concurrent requests If maximum number of requests reached take portlet off line and isolate the failure Additional Cloud Support including Private Clouds Support ‘Portal Farms’ 15 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Portal in the Cloud Amazon Web Services (AWS) Started in 2006 using excess capacity from core retail site Featured partners include: Core services: Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Run time environment. Five configurations starting at $0.10 per hour. Simple Storage Service (S3). Storage on demand. Pricing starts at $0.15c per GB/Month 500,000 Developers using AWS today – growing at 10,000 each month AWS and it’s ecosystem is estimated to serve more than 80% of developers using Cloud Computing Developer Services Cloud-based machine instances start in minutes with fully configured, ready to use Portal and WCM Four AMIs: 1 WP/WCM 32-bit Development AMI Free for use (pay Amazon for time and space) 2 WP/WCM 64-bit Production AMIs Additional charge above Amazon fees WP Server/WCM Standard Edition WCM Standard Edition 1 Portal.Next perpetual beta AMI Free for use 32-bit “Bring your own license” option for moving your own installations into EC2 16 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Portal Clustering and Farming Site A and Site B concurrently serve Dispatcher Dispa ... user requests. Ap Ap Ap ps ps ps WP WP WP ... Dispatcher Dispatcher OS OS OS Site A Caching Proxy CBR Caching Proxy CBR Ap Ap Ap WebSphere Portal WebSphere Portal ps ps ps ... Deployment Mgr Portal Search Portal Search ... WP WP WP Content Apps Content Apps Deployment Mgr OS OS OS Directory Server Database Server Directory Server Ap ps Ap ps Ap ps ... Shared DB: Database ... WP WP WP • Customization Data • Community Data Database S ... OS OS OS © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Portal and Web Content Management Version 7 Themes A Simpler, Richer Web Experience Web Content Management 1 Excellence Improve authoring and user experience. Tighter Portal integration. Simplified page creation and user customization. 2 Web 2.0 and Social Web content tagging, rating, searching. Dynamic blogging and comments. Person card integration. Lower Cost of Ownership 3 Virtualization and Portal farming. Problem determination and serviceability. Public and private cloud deployment options. 18 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Portal versus Web Content Management Live updates to System by Deployment Web adding new apps on the fly Development Applications Certification Production Template Test Delivery Staging to API Production Dynamic Production Navigation Authoring Site Formal Staging to Authoring Production Process Portal/Portlet Integration Production Development & Staging Delivery Designers/ Folder Web Developers Web Content Author Template Publish Layout live Review Static Application Platform Application © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • WCM Version 7 Improved User Experience More granular and personal authoring views Fly outs to reduce clicks New folder metaphor lets users see what they can access “Projects” let you bundle groups of changes together, staged, and preview in context of a live site Improved Content Delivery Setting the portlet and page title at runtime New "Web Content" portal pages that allow you to associate web content directly with a portal page Friendlier URLs - WCM context path appended to friendly portal page URL Session free rendering Custom render time components Tagging / Rating of WCM content personalized content based on the remember-me cookie Improved Admin and Operations Improved syndication reporting and error recovery Support for cross fix pack level syndication Extend and integrate external applications via JMS First Failure Data Capture and improvements in Message Catalog content make problem determination easier 20 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Making Authoring Simple - Template Pages Template Page with one  WCM rendeirng portlet Admin area listing  all templates Template Page with one  WCM rendeirng portlet and 2 other portlet © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Making Authoring Simple – Web Content Pages Page with portlets fully functional Links to content items displayed on other portal pages work automatically Select any content link 22 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • WCM Templates and Samples Comprehensive set of web content types and presentations… News Overview News Events Landing Pages Biographies Training Interactive Flexible Announcements Animations Teasers On the Portal Catalog: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/brandcatalog/portal/portal/details?catalog.label=1WP1002G6 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Portal Trends Toolboxes IBM WebSphere® Portal Industry and LOB templates, assets, and Core Integration Platform Accelerator Suites of Functionality best practices to maximize to Match Customers Needs “Out of Box” value Platform Excellence Suite Excellence “Out of Box” Excellence 2000 to Present: 2006 to Present 2009 into Future ● Out of box value from Suites ● Platform vs pure play battles ● Suites by big players ● Customized Templates ● Build Portal Applications ● Build Suite Composite Apps ● Deployment Flexibility ● Market consolidated to the largest ● Integration of Components - Click To Cloud, Host-SaaS platform players ● More Consolidation – ROI, Business ● Agile, Business user directed Impact focus 24 IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH - WebSphere Portal Development © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Mobile Portal Accelerator Version 7 Themes An Exceptional Web Experience on each device WebSphere Portal Version 7 Currency 1 Tighter integration with Portal Version 7 (APIs and logging),WAS 7.0, Component updates to MCS 5.3 and MAP 5.3, zLinux support. Ease of use / User Experience 2 Accelerate time-to-value with How-To mobile development samples, papers and articles. Improved installation. Mobile Toolkit updates. MPA Demo Customer Support http://lotus201 3 Problem determination and serviceability. Standardize to Portal APIs and Portal logging, and eliminate updates to WPS.ear. 0.com Rich Mobile Device Repository •Over 7,000 devices and growing… •Up to 600+ attributes per device •Robust Device Identification •compressed XML file in RAD •DB based on Server (DB2, Oracle, SQL Server) •Inheritance/fallback •Device Attributes, Design Policies •Device update service © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Industry Toolboxes for WebSphere Portal Government Application Briefs describing solution scenarios. Business Value Guides Healthcare describing the value enabled by the WebSphere Portal and Accelerators, and help illustrate best-practice process and information flow. Banking Templates which can be used on top of WebSphere Portal to help jumpstart design and assembly of end Insurance solutions. Demonstrations and recordings of example solutions design that illustrate how end Retail solutions can look like. www.ibm.com/websphere/portal/industry Other Code Assets include sample Forms, Dashboards, Industrial Travel and or other Portlets which can help Transportation Telco expedite the assembly of a solution. 26 IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH - WebSphere Portal Development © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Reusable Assets and Resources for WebSphere Portal •Content Templates Catalog •Tag Cloud portlet The IBM WebSphere Portal Content Templates Catalog gives you a The IBM WebSphere Portal Tag Cloud portlet provides a visual, stylized representation of the occurrences of words used as tags. quick start for using IBM Lotus Web Content Management when creating portal sites. The catalog contains template definitions for creating dynamic Web content. •Checklists ■The IBM WebSphere Portal Checklists organize and display tasks that •Unified Task List portlet users must complete to accomplish tasks. NEW The IBM Unified Task List portlet aggregates tasks and activities from multiple systems into a single user interface. WebSphere Portal •Content Teaser portlet users access the Unified Task List portlet to view all tasks relevant to The IBM WebSphere Portal Content Teaser portlet is a customizable them and can then complete these tasks and activities in order to portlet that allows content providers to provide a visually appealing way advance workflows. to link into their content. NEW •eBanking portlets •Sametime Chat portlet The IBM WebSphere Portal eBanking portlets provides several The IBM WebSphere Portal Sametime Chat portlet provides real time NE customizable portlets that deliver a range of electronic banking W communication capabilities on your portal, by leveraging your existing services. IBM Lotus Sametime infrastructure. •Self Registration portlet •Portlet Skins The IBM WebSphere Portal Self Registration portlet package The IBM WebSphere Portal Skins provides a few samples of custom NE consists of several models that provide a presentation layer where W portlet skins which are rendered with rounded corners and with portal users perform registration tasks. The presentation layer gradients as background images. interacts with a service provider layer that uses Portal User Management Architecture (PUMA) interfaces to access, create, modify, and delete data in the WebSphere Portal user registry. http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/portalwiki.nsf/dx/Reusable_assets_and_resources_for_WebSphere_Portal © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Jump-Start Templates Speed Time to Value Extensible, Configurable Software Templates "We see the IBM solution – Software to accelerate solution construction for specific business as more than just a one- needs off project. It’s a platform for change that is – Prebuilt Portal sites, structure, and collaboration components transforming our company commonly used in a target industry from the inside out." – Code that customers or partners can easily modify and customize Geoff Pearce Store Systems Applications Manager Built-in Best Practices The Reject Shop – To help IT speed deployment and reduce the cost of portal-based business solutions – Solve recurring user needs in a best practice way – Showcase for successful interaction patterns spanning the Lotus collaboration portfolio Examples Healthcare Patient Portal Government-to-Business Online Banking Retail Vendor On-Boarding 28 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • For More Information (1) WebSphere Portal – IBM Site http://www-01.ibm.com/software/websphere/portal/ IBM Project Northstar www.ibm.com/software/software/info/northstar/ Industry Toolboxes for WebSphere Portal www.ibm.com/software/websphere/portal/industry/ WebSphere Portal Information Center http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/proddoc.html WebSphere Portal Business Solutions Catalog (on Lotus Greenhouse) https://greenhouse.lotus.com/catalog/home_full.xsp?fProduct=WebSphere%20Portal WebSphere Portal Blog https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/WebSpherePortal/ © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • For More Information (2) IBM Accelerators for WebSphere Portal www.ibm.com/software/lotus/portal/value/ IBM Web Content Management www.ibm.com/software/lotus/products/webcontentmanagement/ IBM Lotus Connections http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/products/connections IBM Lotus Forms http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/forms IBM Lotus Quickr http://www.ibm.com/lotus/quickr © 2010 IBM Corporation
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