SDL Server 2009 Launch Presentation

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SDL Server 2009 Launch Presentation

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  2. 2. SDL Server 2009 is here…<br />…Discover why sharing is better<br />…Discover the power of crowdsharing<br />
  3. 3. Official launch webinar: Discover SDL Server 2009Performance, Flexibility and Innovation for the Enterprise<br />Anthony Tate<br />Product Marketing Manager<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />
  4. 4. Agenda: What's coming up<br />
  5. 5. Crowdsharing: Leverage the crowd<br />T<br />H<br />E<br />C<br />D<br />R<br />W<br />O<br />
  6. 6. Crowdsharing: The concept<br /><ul><li>Share more…
  7. 7. Translate faster…
  8. 8. Increased security and leverage…
  9. 9. Reduce translation costs…</li></ul>the power of crowdsharing<br />
  10. 10. Crowdsharing: The result<br />TM<br />T<br />H<br />Terms<br />Terms<br />TM<br />E<br />C<br />Terms<br />TM<br />Terms<br />TM<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />D<br />R<br />W<br />O<br />TM<br />TM<br />
  11. 11. SDL TM Server 2009: Overview<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />
  12. 12. File-based TMs pain points<br />Scalability and perfomance:<br />Classic TMs grow efficiently up to 50,000-100,000 TUs. Improved hardware has little effect beyond this<br />Inability to run ‘heavy duty translation logistics‘ with a fully desktop environment. Server based TMs are faster giving more performance, robustness, and managebility<br />Processing:<br />TMs get drastically slower as the number of users increases<br />Batch processing imposes heavy loads on classic TMs, slowing down response for simultaneous interactive use<br />Parallelize activities: translation/project management<br />
  13. 13. File-based TMs pain points<br />Project Management and Workflows<br />Project management and translation workflows cannot be fully automated - not an option for "serious" server-side system integration<br />Clunky user experience for all types of users – less stability and error handling capabilities<br />Maintenance<br />Difficult to have true vision of translation assest within the business , especially for large TMs - # duplicate TMs, new TMs, deleted TMs<br />High total costs of ownership – IT time and costs<br />Insufficient security and lack of centralized user management<br />A deployment of SDL TM Server 2009 is designed to focus on solving these limitations<br />
  14. 14. SDL TM Server 2009: Product statement<br />SDL TM Server® 2009 is the scalable foundation for your translation environment:<br />- Provides a performance driven, flexible and innovative solution<br />- Ability to share and manage translation assets for all parties, internal or external<br />- Maximizes your ability to centralize and leverage translation assets to minimize ownership costs and management efforts<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />
  15. 15. SDL TM Server 2009: How it works<br />
  16. 16. New features in<br />SDL TM Server 2009<br />
  17. 17. SDL TM Server 2009: What’s new<br />Based on SDL "CEAF": Common Enterprise Application Framework<br />All administration tasks are done via a browser user interface<br />Installation of special "snap-in" no longer required<br />Common user management, shared with MultiTerm Server 2009<br />
  18. 18. SDL TM Server 2009: What’s new<br />More hierarchical approach to accessing server-based TMs<br />Possible to use Explorer-like folder structure based on the concept of "organizations"<br />Example: server-based TMs per department (inhouse use) or customer (LSP use)<br />Studio allows browsing to TMs based on user rights<br />
  19. 19. SDL TM Server 2009: What’s new<br />Concept of centralized field templates and language resources<br />Manage field settings and language resources centrally<br />Apply new fields and resources to all TMs based on field template in one go<br />Examples<br />Add a new customer in attribute field "Customer" and apply to all TMs<br />Add a new abbreviation to English (US) and apply to all TMs with English (US) as source<br />
  20. 20. SDL TM Server 2009: What’s new<br />Enhanced integration with SDL Trados Studio<br />Access server- and file based TMs in parallel<br />Create server-based project TMs as part of project creation<br />Fine tune performance settings (based on user rights)<br />
  21. 21. SDL TM Server 2009: In Summary<br />SDL TM Server 2009. Discover sharing. Discover Crowdsharing for the Enterprise. <br />Share TMs throughout the translation supply chain and experience the benefits of Crowdsharing: faster TM growth, Increased leverage and lower costs.<br />Better performance – New super scalable enterprise architecture through SDL CEAF giving SDL TM Server unparalleled power and processing speed. Regardless of the scenario required SDL TM Server provides highest efficiency and productivity.<br />Better Flexibility – Maximum leverage of translation assets through a customizable translation framework that fits with any specific environment. Organizations now have choice.<br />Innovation – Harness the power of the RevleX™ TM engine and be prepared for the future with the most intelligent and open server infrastructure to drive productivity. Expand the translation environment within wider business systems through access to SDKs.<br />
  22. 22. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009: Overview<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />
  23. 23. File-based Terminology pain points<br />No guarantee of using the most up-to-date terminology<br />Localization and branding issues<br />Cost implications<br />Difficulty in sharing file-based termbases<br />Unproductive and costly to share termbases via email, FTP, memory stick etc.<br />High total cost of ownership<br />
  24. 24. File-based Terminology pain points<br />Defining roles in managing terminology<br />Dedicated people to manage the terms<br />Terminology ‘viewers’<br />Scalability issues – accommodating growing termbases<br />More users of a termbase = more valuable to the business<br />LSPs – more translation projects require more termbases<br />Enterprise – as the business grows (new products, process, acquisitions), terminology also grows<br />Large termbases place burden on IT and system performance<br />
  25. 25. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009:Product statement<br />SDL MultiTerm® Server is a centralized and scalable solution to store, manage and share terminology, both internally and externally. By providing access to all those involved with applying terminology, including engineers and marketing, translators and terminologists, it ensures consistent and quality content from source through to translation.<br />the power of crowdsharing<br />
  26. 26. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009: Overview<br />
  27. 27. New features in <br />SDL MultiTerm Server 2009<br />
  28. 28. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009: What’s new<br />Truly scalable, organization-wide terminology management<br />Using the open, scalable framework of SDL Common Enterprise Application Framework (CEAF) to deliver increased performance, simplified user management and handling of server-based terminology<br />Quicker access to terminology assets<br />Microsoft® Windows authentication allows users to sign into the SDL MultiTerm Server 2009 environment with the same log-in to their Microsoft Windows environment<br />Advanced user management<br />Manage users and access rights to terminology and translation memories through integrated user management for both SDL MultiTerm Server 2009 and SDL TM Server 2009<br />
  29. 29. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009: What’s new<br />Improved termbase maintenance<br />SDL MultiTerm Server 2009 logs every terminology search that does not yield a result so that missing terms can be tracked and added to the termbase<br />Brand new SDL MultiTerm Online user interface<br />Refreshed and updated SDL MultiTerm Online ‘skin’ to comply with current SDL branding<br />
  30. 30. SDL MultiTerm Server 2009: In Summary<br />SDL MultiTerm Server 2009. Discover sharing. Discover Crowdsharing for the Enterprise. <br />Share terminology throughout the enterprise and the translation supply chain. Ensure consistency and quality in all global content and enhance brand consistency.<br />Centralization– benefit from truly scalable, organization-wide terminology based on SDL CEAF technology, delivering increased performance and simplified user management<br />Consistency– integrate server-based terminology management into the authoring environment with SDL Global Authoring Management System and within the translation environment with SDL Trados Studio 2009<br />Branding– store and manage all the terms important to your organization in one central location with SDL MultiTerm Server 2009. Ensure consistent branding throughout all content to help drive customer satisfaction and loyalty<br />
  31. 31. For more information: Please visit<br />www.sdl.com/server<br />

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