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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
Over the last four
We also plan to propagate these ideas to your colleagues in IBM Global Services so that Global Services method
Please continue to give us feedback on your successes and challenges in applying this approach. The Software Architects Skills Board is committed to continuing to improve the combination of TeAMethod and the Patterns for e-business.
Jonathan Adams, author, Patterns for e-business, and Distinguished Engineer, SWG Technical Strategy
The use of "to architect" and "architecting" as verbs are emerging in the field to address the limitations imposed by the verbs "design" and "build" to capture what architects do. In this redbook, the word "architecting" is used to describe all of the activities that architects perform to develop a solution, including understanding the customers' environment, understanding and defining the requirements, analyzing the system, designing the solution, and managing the solution development process.
This redbook was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the International Technical Support Organization, Raleigh Center.
Mahesh Dodani is an e-business architect with IBM Software Group. His primary interests are in enabling individuals and organizations to tackle complex e-business industry solutions. He can be reached at <email@example.com>.
is a software and solutions architect with the IBM Software Group based in Research Triangle Park, NC. He has spent the last seven years building integrated industry solutions. An author and
is a senior IT Specialist for IBM Global Services, currently focusing on cross-brand industry solutions demonstrations and technical enablement. In addition to software development of
Dawn R.H. Smith
is an IT Specialist within IBM Global Services specializing in developing WebSphere applications. She is currently responsible for creating portable, cross-brand solutions for various industries. Through collaboration with different organizations (ODSC, GeSC, SWG, etc.), these solutions are used to
is an AIM Specialist at IBM Business Partner Galaxia. He received his Bachelors in Engineering from Mysore University, India in 1995. He has a Diploma in Business Management from Goa Institute of Management, India. His career
Driss Moutayakine has over eight years' experience in the aerospace and automotive industry, having worked for Daimler Chrysler, Dassault Systmes, EDS, ENOVIA, Lockheed Martin, and IBM. He has made presentations to many customer forums in Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. Driss holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from the Polytechnique School of Montreal. For the past two years, he has managed ePCM product development and strategy for Galaxia. He is IBM-certified and has received project management training from the Project Management Institute.
is an IT Architect with IBM Global Services Americas. He is a 22-year IBM veteran specializing in
is a certified Enterprise Architect and holds varied technical certifications including OOAD/UML, WebSphere Application Server, EJB, Java, and DB2 Specialist as Administrator/Developer/User. He is currently working in WebSphere Business Component development and with the San Francisco Java Framework team in the IBM Software Lab of India. His focus in recent years has been Web services, EJB Business Components and Frameworks, EAI, and Portals. Manoj has more than ten years of experience, including working in Process Industry, stand-alone to
of ITSO Raleigh
Cecilia Bardy of ITSO Raleigh served as executive editor.
Linda Robinson of ITSO Raleigh served as graphics editor.
Thanks to the following people for their contributions to this project:
Gary McGibbon , Senior Manager, ISV and Developer Relations, IBM Software Group, RTP, NC
Dave Coffman , Technology Manager, ISV and Developer Relations, IBM Software Group, RTP, NC
Greg Labows, Technology Manager, ISV and Developer Relations, IBM Software Group, RTP, NC
Bernie Clark , ENOVIA Product Marketing, Industrial Sector EMEA, IBM UK, Glasgow
Larry Carvalho , Market Segment Manager, Software Solutions for Automotive, Industry Market Management, IBM Software Group, Cincinnati, OH
Jonathan Adams , Distinguished Engineer, IBM Software Group Technical Strategy, Cheshire, UK
Sew Bun Foong , Manager, IBM ASEAN Consulting IT Architects, Singapore
Kanumury Radhesh , Software IT Architect, IBM India
 Addison-Wesley, October 2003 (ISBN 0-321185-79-X)
 MC Press, October 2003 (ISBN 1-931182-11-6)
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