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architecting portal solutions
Architecting Portal Solutions
byAnup Chandranet al. ISBN:0738498645
IBM Redbooks 2003 (502 pages)

This IBM Redbook is focused on architecting and building WebSphere Portal Server-based Dynamic Workplaces. It addresses the needs of SWG Architects, Business Partners, and customers for building skills in architecting solutions.

Table of Contents
Architecting Portal Solutions
Notices
Preface
Part 1 - A Best Practice Guide to Architecting Portal Solutions
Chapter 1- Overview
Chapter 2- Portal Solutions
Chapter 3- A Recommended Approach to Architecting Portal Solutions
Chapter 4- Architecting on Demand Workplace Solutions
Part 2 - Extending Portal Solutions with IBM Business Partners
Chapter 5- Galaxia and the on Demand Workplace
Part 3 - Appendixes
Appendix A- E-Business on Demand
Appendix B- Using WebSphere Portal
Related Publications
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Glossary
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars

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This IBM Redbook is focused on architecting and building WebSphere Portal Server-based Dynamic Workplaces. It addresses the needs of SWG Architects, Business Partners, and customers for building skills in architecting solutions by identifying themes that can be applied across multiple SWG Industry Solutions. This includes using e-business infrastructure solutions maps that apply across multiple industries: for example, the On Demand Workplace solution, the e-business integration stack from SWG that provides capabilities for integrating the enterprise based on both business and technology drivers, and the IBM Patterns for e-business from SWG that provide the basis for understanding the best practices for supporting e-business integration. This Redbook provides real examples of industry-specific Dynamic Workplace solutions from leading Solution Developers and Systems Integrators working within the IBM on demand strategy. It also includes information on how to use IBM software capabilities to fulfill customer requirements using WebSphere, Lotus, Rational, Tivoli, and Data Management products, how portals are used in various industries, and how this investment can lead a customer towards becoming an e-business on demand.



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Architecting Portal Solutions

Anup Chandran

Driss Moutayakine

Terry Ulmer

Manoj Pal

Mahesh Dodani

Gary Craig

Rob Cutlip

Rob Rowe

Dawn R.H. Smith

Redbooks

ibm.com/redbooks

Positioning portals as an integral part of e-business on demand

Using IBM best practices to architect portal solutions

Extending portal solutions with IBM Business Partners

Note 

Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in "Notices" on page vii.

First Edition (December 2003)

This edition applies to Version 5 of IBM WebSphere Portal, Application Server, Commerce, and Studio.

Copyright © International Business Machines Corporation 2003.

ISBN:0738498645

All rights reserved.

Note to U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights -- Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.



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