Frans Thamura Meruvian Foundation [email_address] OpenSource Stack Flexible Platform to create Great Solution rapidly
Workspace Definition <ul>Workspace  Platform is the single web platform  <li>employees to go to get information
find experts
work with other colleagues
attend e-meetings
take actions
change an employee benefit
even take a course. </li></ul>
Enterprise  Platform is a platform for building any portals
OpenSource Stack <ul><li>a foundation to build any industrial-based stack </li></ul>. .
Level 0 – Operating System <ul><li>Linux
Windows
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  • biarin yang non java suruh kontribute. i just have interest in java doang.
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  • It's too java oriented. In some cases enterprise application built in php, python, or ruby might be more appropriate. Or just rename the title to 'Open Source Java Stack'.

    Where do you put SSO/LDAP?
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Open Source Stacks

  1. 1. Frans Thamura Meruvian Foundation [email_address] OpenSource Stack Flexible Platform to create Great Solution rapidly
  2. 2. Workspace Definition <ul>Workspace Platform is the single web platform <li>employees to go to get information
  3. 3. find experts
  4. 4. work with other colleagues
  5. 5. attend e-meetings
  6. 6. take actions
  7. 7. change an employee benefit
  8. 8. even take a course. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Enterprise Platform is a platform for building any portals
  10. 10. OpenSource Stack <ul><li>a foundation to build any industrial-based stack </li></ul>. .
  11. 11. Level 0 – Operating System <ul><li>Linux
  12. 12. Windows
  13. 13. Apple
  14. 14. Solaris </li></ul>
  15. 15. Level 1 - Database <ul><li>MySQL
  16. 16. PostgreSQL
  17. 17. Derby </li></ul>
  18. 18. Level 2 – Middleware – JavaEE - WS-I <ul><li>Java EE container </li><ul><li>Tomcat
  19. 19. Jetty
  20. 20. Glassfish
  21. 21. Jboss
  22. 22. Jonas
  23. 23. Gernomio </li></ul></ul><ul><li>SOA Middleware </li><ul><li>Mule
  24. 24. ActiveMQ </li></ul></ul>
  25. 25. Leve 3 - Framework <ul><li>Framework </li><ul><li>ORM – Hibernate
  26. 26. IoC – Spring
  27. 27. Viewer – Velocity
  28. 28. Report – Jasper
  29. 29. Barcode - Barbeque </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Integration Framework </li><ul><li>Cimande
  30. 30. Appfuse </li></ul></ul>
  31. 31. Level 4 – Workspace <ul><li>User Management
  32. 32. Module Management
  33. 33. ACL
  34. 34. Theme/Templating </li></ul>
  35. 35. Level 5 - Application <ul><li>CRM
  36. 36. SCM
  37. 37. ERP
  38. 38. eOffice
  39. 39. Project Management
  40. 40. HRD
  41. 41. Accounting
  42. 42. MRP </li></ul>
  43. 43. Level 6 – Industry Solution <ul><li>Finance
  44. 44. Telco
  45. 45. Manufacturing
  46. 46. Government
  47. 47. Healthcare
  48. 48. Distribution </li></ul>
  49. 49. Addendum – Collaboration Tools <ul><li>IDE (Integrated Development Environment) </li><ul><li>Eclipse
  50. 50. Netbeans </li></ul><li>SCM (Software Configuration Management) </li><ul><li>Gforge
  51. 51. Launchpad </li></ul></ul>
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