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Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
Portals demystified @ jax.de - May 4th 2011
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  • 1. Portals demystified Thomas Heute – Red Hat Technical Development Manager JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform May 5 th 2011 – Mainz, Germany
  • 2. Agenda
    • Portals are dead.
    • 3. My oh my !
    • 4. Too complex/rigid ?
    • 5. I'd rather create my own !
    • 6. Portal is a must have !
  • 7. Portals are dead.
  • 8. Portals are dead.
    • March 22 nd 2006
      • Alexander Castro , Vice President and General Manager of LVP, Limelight Networks (Used to be Program Manager on MyMSN.com)
      • 9. Blog “Portals are dead”
      • 10. “ RSS is also the reason why the portals as we've come to know them are dead. With content providers syndicating their content via RSS, the huge expensive, complex, one-off integration has gone away. Now users can simply use their Ajax desktop of choice or blog reader to subscribe to feeds - bang - instant portal. “
      • 11. http://alexcastro.typepad.com/castros_blog/2006/03/the_death_of_po.html
  • 12. Portals are dead.
    • November 16 th 2006
      • Craig Roth,Analyst, META Group (Gartner) then Burton Group
      • 13. Blog “Straight talk on portals II: Is the portal market dead?”
      • 14. “ I don’t believe people will be throwing the word “portal” around much in 3-5 years from now. But the concepts will remain valid – dynamic assembly of websites, a screen real-estate metaphor that combines widgets in a role-based or personalized manner, and contextual selection of the small subset of information relevant to the user from a wide array of integrated information sources.”
      • 15. http://knowledgeforward.wordpress.com/2006/11/16/straight-talk-on-portals-ii-is-the-portal-market-dead/
  • 16. Portals are dead.
    • March 28 th 2011
      • Apoorv Durga, Analyst, Real Story Group
      • 17. Blog “Portal Software is Dead -- Really?”
      • 18. “ The story line goes like this: Portal tools put heavy demand on infrastructure, are complex to implement, and can prove too inflexible for today's agile use cases. But is portal technology really dying, and should you still care about it? My answer: the challenges that a portal tool addresses (or claims to address) remain very important.”
      • 19. http://www.realstorygroup.com/Blog/2127-Portal-Software-is-Dead----Really
  • 20. Portals are dead.
    • Portals vendors know that they have to adapt/evolve
      • Fast pace environment
        • True for everyone. Portal vendors try to mitigate that
          • Portlet 1.0 -> 2.0
          • 21. Gadget support
          • 22. Gadget to gadget communication
          • 23. WCM integration
          • 24. ...
  • 25. My oh my !
  • 26. My oh my !
    • “Boxed” pages like:
  • 33.  
  • 34.  
  • 35.  
  • 36.  
  • 37. My oh my !
    • Goal is to “win” the homepage battle
    • 38. Also fits for intranet systems
    • 39. Not because you can that you have to
      • It has a cost
      • 40. Will visitors spend time customizing their experience ?
    • An option from most portal vendors
  • 41. My oh my !
  • 42. My oh my !
    • Portals are not necessarily boxed website
    • 43. All website can be decomposed for
      • Partial security check
      • 44. Partial caching
      • 45. Development distribution
      • 46. ...
  • 47. Too complex / rigid ?
  • 48. Protection
    • Development in silos
      • Adapted to large development teams
    • Not all Servlet environment techniques can be reused
      • 1 request
      • 49. 1 response
  • 50. Technology bridging
    • JBoss Portlet Bridge
      • Portlet (1 and 2)
      • 51. JSF (1 and 2)
      • 52. RichFaces (3 and 4)
      • 53. Seam (2 and 3)
    • Wicket Bridge
    • 54. Spring Bridge
    • 55. ...
  • 56. Infrastructure
    • Choice !
    • 57. Most portal vendors support
  • 61. Complex / rigid ?
    • Bridges abstract part of the difference with traditional web applications
    • 62. All Servlet environment recipes cannot apply
  • 63. I'd rather create my own !
  • 64. Be ready
    • Partial caching
    • 65. Dynamic security framework
    • 66. Identity management/provisioning
    • 67. Correct object model (Customization)
    • 68. High Availability/Scalability
    • 69. ...
  • 70. Instead, use a framework
    • Evolves as the world evolves
    • Used and tested by many
    • 72. Developed for years by people who focused on aggregation and customization issues
  • 73. Home-grown solution
    • You have to maintain it
    • 74. Time better spent on applications
  • 75. Portal is a must have
  • 76. Must have ?
    • Will solve all your issues
  • 77. Questions ?
    • Twitter
    • Websites
      • http://jboss-epp.professional-blog.com
      • 80. http://www.gatein.org
      Thomas Heute [email_address] Technical Developer Manager JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform

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