By Damien Metzler, Leroy Merlin. - For several years, portal applications have been trying to resolve all the integration problematics of the enterprise: top-down communication, collaboration, dashboards, etc. In the J2EE world, the JSR-168 (portlets) has tried to formalize what a portal should be, but it failed to give enterprise architects agility and loose coupling between application. Today, Web 2.0 has leverage the concept of mashup website with the two leaders : NetVibes an iGoogle. On the other hand, social applications like Facebook or Linked In are gaining more and more success. This lead us think that it could be an original approach to build a full enterprise content based open social portal. We will show how Web Engine gave us the ability to control all the Web 2.0 we needed, and how we integrated it with the Shindig Open Social server for the gadget Rendering part.