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Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals
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Social Middleware: Moving beyond portals

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OpenSocial provides a standards based social middleware platform that is widely adopted throughout the industry. It's has a growing community of open source implementations via the Apache Shindig and …

OpenSocial provides a standards based social middleware platform that is widely adopted throughout the industry. It's has a growing community of open source implementations via the Apache Shindig and Apache Rave projects. Learn more at OpenSocial.org.

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  • A copy of this presentation can be found on slideshare if you go to www.slideshare.net/sugarclint
  • Broad adoption across growing number of enterprise vendors:IBM, Sugar, Jive, eXo, LifeRay, SAP, Tibco
  • Talk through the origins of Jive Apps -- From OpenSocial
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    • 1. Moving Beyond Portals toSocial MiddlewareMark WeitzelPresident, OpenSocial FoundationDirector, Platform & Ecosystem, Jive Software www.opensocial.org
    • 2. About Me • President, Open Social Foundation • Director, Platform & Ecosystem, Jive Software. • @weitzelm • linkedin/weitzelm • mark.weitzel@jivesoftware.com • slideshare.net/weitzelmwww.opensocial.org
    • 3. Objectives• What is social middleware• What is a social application• What is OpenSocial• Why open standards are important www.opensocial.org
    • 4. What is Social Middleware? www.opensocial.org
    • 5. In the “old days”…• Lots of “systems of record” HR Systems CRMs Content Management “Roll your own” CRM CMS HRIS Custom IT App Backend www.opensocial.org
    • 6. Today, everyone wants to be friends…At a high level… People Friends ActivitiesIn an enterprise setting… Profile ~ Base set of info, extended based on business context Relationships ~ Org chart, group membership, content Activity Streams ~ Flow of information about relationships www.opensocial.org
    • 7. Social Middleware a.k.a. Social Platform Brings integration and collaboration across the data silos: ERP, CRM, HRS, CMS Turn “systems of record” into “systems of engagement” www.opensocial.org
    • 8. Open Source Social Middleware Apache Shindig Apache Rave Reference Framework Reference Implementation www.opensocial.org
    • 9. What is OpenSocial? www.opensocial.org
    • 10. What is OpenSocial?Industry standard, built and defined by an open communityPlatform APIs for providing social context Profile ~ Base set of info, extended based on business context Relationships ~ Org chart, group membership, content Activity Streams ~ Flow of information about relationshipsComponent model for building cloud based social business applications OpenSocial has been adopted by top enterprise vendors: IBM, SugarCRM, Jive, eXo, LifeRay, SAP, Tibco, SurfNet, Vivo www.opensocial.org
    • 11. What is a social business application? A cloud based service that leverages social context as a fundamental underpinning of its business logic. www.opensocial.org
    • 12. Why build a Social Business App?Extend your social platform Graphical editing Co-worker Recognition External system quick reference and lookups Project ManagementIntegrate data silos: ERP, CRM, HRS, CMS www.opensocial.org
    • 13. Application Markets• New paradigm for enterprise application delivery• Purpose built apps vs. monolithic application suite• On demand vs. pre-selected• Market economics www.opensocial.org
    • 14. Why are standards important?www.opensocial.org
    • 15. Why are open standards important?• Competition: Facilitates the growth of an ecosystem around a common programming model• Cooperation: Enables community involvement and organic growth• Adoption: Drives interoperability and portability• Choice: Formalizes the social platform and application model You can’t be a real platform if you are not open! www.opensocial.org
    • 16. OpenSocial: The Social BusinessApplication Platform• Only industry driven standard for building social platforms & applications• Community driven innovation• Broadly adopted in the industry• Multiple open source projects www.opensocial.org
    • 17. Merci!www.opensocial.org

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