TYPO3 Neos In Enterprise Applications

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Some typical questions and problems related to enterprise websites and web applications and how they are solvable with TYPO3 Neos.

Given at T3CON12DE in Stuttgart together with Andreas Förthner from Netlogix.

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  • Full database abstraction, which also supports Oracle, IBM DB2 and MSSQL\n
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  • Just made for deployment of TYPO3 Flow and TYPO3 Neos\n very flexible, can also be used to deploy other applications\n Cloud deployment\n works well with Continuous Integration tools like Jenkins \n
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  • Just made for deployment of TYPO3 Flow and TYPO3 Neos\n very flexible, can also be used to deploy other applications\n Cloud deployment\n works well with Continuous Integration tools like Jenkins \n
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  • Prepared for any other webservice like SOAP and XML-RPC\n
  • Prepared for any other webservice like SOAP and XML-RPC\n
  • Prepared for any other webservice like SOAP and XML-RPC\n
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  • easy way to transport content between different servers. Allows for easy syncronization of content between staging and live systems or content replication to backup systems\n
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  • Connect and integrate external services into your websit\ndirectly access the content data from the outside for example custom editing apps for mobile devices to enable press releases from the road\n
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  • Easily understandable user interface. Direct editing -> What You See Is What You Get\n Reduced training cost\n
  • Easily understandable user interface. Direct editing -> What You See Is What You Get\n Reduced training cost\n
  • Easily understandable user interface. Direct editing -> What You See Is What You Get\n Reduced training cost\n
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  • Architecture allows for portal like applications / websites\nAny level of the system is fully adjustable to your custom requirements\n Content Editing\n Content Rendering\n Access\n Services\n
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  • TYPO3 Neos In Enterprise Applications

    1. 1. TYPO3 Neos inEnterprise Applications
    2. 2. Our administration teamknows a lot about database X,so we want to use that for our application
    3. 3. Y ADRE
    4. 4. Continuous Integrationis very important to us
    5. 5. RE AD Y Ride the Flow,deploy with Surf
    6. 6. Cloud Ready
    7. 7. Our developers alreadyuse another PHP library
    8. 8. Chances are high that it uses composer
    9. 9. We need to connect to a lot of external services
    10. 10. Y ADRE SOAP
    11. 11. RE AD YRESTSOAP
    12. 12. RE AD YJSONRESTSOAP
    13. 13. We need sophisticatedauthentication and securityoptions to protect our data
    14. 14. Single Sign On RE AD Y
    15. 15. Custom Single Sign On REAuthentication AD Methods Y
    16. 16. Integrate into existing Infrastructure
    17. 17. RE AD Audit Logging YIntegrate into existing Infrastructure
    18. 18. Our application should have fast response times
    19. 19. Multi Level Cache
    20. 20. RE AD Y Multi Level Cache Use the cachinginfrastructure that suits your project
    21. 21. We want to deliver ourassets through Content Delivery Networks
    22. 22. N O SIVI
    23. 23. Our content should besynchronized between systems
    24. 24. Data synchronization VI SI O N Live tion gra T nte es t in I g Data exchange
    25. 25. The content ourapplication should manage has very specific formats
    26. 26. Fully flexible content model
    27. 27. Adjust the structure to your business
    28. 28. Our marketing wants tokeep full control over all content that is edited
    29. 29. RE AD YEditors never edit the live website
    30. 30. VI SI O NPublishing workflows can be implemented
    31. 31. We want to accesscontent from our websitein other applications too
    32. 32. N O SIVI
    33. 33. Our website shouldprovide Google with semantic data
    34. 34. RE AD YWe already provide RDFa exporting capabilities
    35. 35. Training our 200 editors in using a complex CMSbackend is too expensive
    36. 36. Y ADRE
    37. 37. What You See Is What You Get For The First Time RE AD Y
    38. 38. What You See Is What You Get For The First Time RE AD YReduce cost of training your editors
    39. 39. Parts of our intranet application need to beintegrated into our website
    40. 40. RE AD Y OtherApplication Other Application
    41. 41. Reusability FlexibilityConsistence Excellence
    42. 42. Thank you for listening! Christian Müller Free Trainer and Developer TYPO3 Neos and Flow Core Team Member Book and Music Lover twitter: @daskitsunetchristian.mueller@typo3.o rg

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