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Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
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Lbbw markets portal
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Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
Lbbw markets portal
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  • 1. The LBBW Markets-PortalA functional and technical overview T-Systems International GmbH July 2010 1
  • 2. KEY REQUIREMENTS.
  • 3. REQUIREMENTS Functional Technical• central information portal for • skaleable Reuters market different products of LBBW data connection trading in one system/ portal • integration of multiple data• completely configurable by sources (market data, business departments product master data, web• end-to-end and detailed content) security management for the • high availability and fault- whole system/ portal tolerant LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 3
  • 4. OUR SOLUTION.
  • 5. LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 5
  • 6. FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE Portal Content Security Management Management Management Product Search & Tools Management LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 6
  • 7. SECURITY MANAGEMENT User management Group management Role management Entitlement configuration (mapping of users, groups, roles to portal and content parts like pages, portlets, arcticles, …) Multilevel and end-to-end security configuration (Portal pages, Portlets, different web content parts, product tables, product detail pages and search results) LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 7
  • 8. SECURITY MANAGEMENT Unauthenticated visitor Authenticated visitor LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 8
  • 9. PRODUCT MANAGEMENT – OVERVIEW Different product table types Different product detail page types Multiple data sources Reuters (market data) VWD (market data, ratings, charts) Speed (master data) Key data (calculated, basis: market and master data) Web Content (PDFs) Everything is configurable by business administrators! LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 9
  • 10. PRODUCT TABLE – DEEP DIVE Speed Key data Demo Reuters LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 10
  • 11. PRODUCT DETAIL PAGE – DEEP DIVE Reuters VWD Speed Demo Key data Reuters Content VWD LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 11
  • 12. INTEGRATION ARCHITECTURE Oracle Service Bus SOAP JDBC SOAP Volante SOAP Oracle Dataservices Integrator Adapter JDBC JDBC JDBC JSFC Configuration Speed Key data Reuters VWD JDBC JDBC Webdav Speed Import XML LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 12
  • 13. REUTERS CONNECTOR/ VOLANTE ADAPTER Reuters market data is volatile – to get it request able a powerful cache is needed For Reuters – Java connection JSFC library is used JSFC works only single threaded limitation of ≈ 4.000 updates/ sec. from Reuters per instance Solution: Intelligent two level cache architecture Demo SOAP Distributed cache cloud JDBC Volante Adapter Volante Adapter Volante Adapter Configuration Instance 1 Cache Instance 2 Cache Instance n Cache JSFC JSFC JSFC Reuters 1st level cache Volante internal cache 2nd level cache Distributed cache cloud LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 13
  • 14. SEARCH & TOOLSSearch Simple and advanced Search Result grouping Security check after search DemoOther Tools Trader calendar Autonomy Search Engine FX-Option Calculator … Content Speed Reuters VWD LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 14
  • 15. TECHNOLOGY STACK Frontend: ORACLE Weblogic Portal Middleware and Backend: ORACLE Service Bus and ORACLE Dataservices Integrator Data management: ORACLE 10g Enterprise User data management: SUN Java System Directory Server (LDAP Server) Search: Autonomy Enterprise Search Engine Reuters Connection: Volante-Adapter (Volante Technology) Hardware: Sun T5120 / Solaris LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 15
  • 16. RUNTIME ARCHITECTURE LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 16
  • 17. PROJECT MANAGEMENT ANDCONCLUSION.
  • 18. PROJECT ORGANISATION Steering Committee T-Systems LBBW International T-Systems Core project team MMS IT eCommerce Oracle Development Equity Volante Operations Certificates Sun Derivates … LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 18
  • 19. PROJECT TIMELINE – PART I Beginning of part I LBBW demands classical process model At the beginning of project we specified the whole project but business never stop… Change requests, bugfixes/ minor releases Deployment, security & performance test of Part I Implementation & functional test of Part I Requirements engineering Functional specification IT specification Project start October 2008 March 2009 Going live June 2008 September 2009 LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 19
  • 20. PROJECT TIMELINE – PART II After successful going live of Part I we switch to a more agile process model In every release we have specification, implementation, test Support and minor releases Release 2.0 Release 1.8 & 1.9 Release 1.7 September 2009 Going live 1.7 Going live 1.8 & 1.9 Going live 2.0 December 2009 May 2010 September 2010 LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 20
  • 21. CONCLUSION The LBBW Markets-Portal is not only a web portal – it is also a complex market data integration platform Completely configurable by business departments means saving operation costs – you have only new feature deployments and no configuration deployments Communication is the success factor for a huge successful portal project LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 21
  • 22. T-SYSTEMS AND ORACLE, SUN –FIRST-CLASS PARTNERS Long lasting partnership of Oracle, Sun and T-Systems fit to optimize transformational outsourcing projects . T-Systems is broadly skilled to realize Oracle, Sun database-, middleware and application projects. With over 3000 skilled Oracle specialist T-Systems is equipped even for huge projects. T-Systems is one of the top 5 partners of Oracle in Europe and is a 100% subsidiary of DTAG, the 3rd biggest Oracle customer world wide. T-Systems is Oracle Platinum Partner. T-Systems is one of the largest Sun partners worldwide and one out of five Sun Global System Integrators. LBBW Markets-Portal – a functional and technical overview 07/04/11 22
  • 23. THANK YOU.
  • 24. KONTAKTAlexander DrechslerHead of Enterprise Portals and Search TechnologiesT-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbHRiesaer Str. 501129 DresdenEmail: alexander.drechsler@t-systems.comPhone: +49 (351) 2820 2883Mobile: +49 (170) 630 94 57XING: https://www.xing.com/profile/Alexander_Drechsler

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