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Building A Total Solution With Web. Sphere Portal Out Of The Box WP 06 Building A Total Solution With Web. Sphere Portal Out Of The Box WP 06 ITSO i. Series Technical Forum Daniel Hill © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved. ibm. com/redbooks 1

Building A Total Solution With Web. Sphere Portal Express Out-of-the-Box Abstract • This presentation Building A Total Solution With Web. Sphere Portal Express Out-of-the-Box Abstract • This presentation explains how customers can build high value solutions using out-of-the-box functionality delivered with Web. Sphere Portal Express. Objectives • Describe Web. Sphere Portal offerings available on i. Series • Identify customer requirements and provide practical examples of how Web. Sphere Portal on i. Series can help to address those requirements • Discuss why customers will want to run Portal Express on i. Series ibm. com/redbooks 2 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Portal Definition • Portal – A single point of personalized interaction with Applications, Content, Portal Definition • Portal – A single point of personalized interaction with Applications, Content, Processes and People • By definition, a portal should provide • • • Single sign-on Common presentation Application and information integration Collaborative capabilities Personalization and customization A framework for Web Services • Extension to pervasive devices • Resulting in. . • Improved employee productivity • Improved Partner relationships • Increased customer loyalty = B 2 E Portal = B 2 B Portal = B 2 C Portal ibm. com/redbooks 4 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

The Problems Portal Addresses • Too much irrelevant information • Relevant data exists, but The Problems Portal Addresses • Too much irrelevant information • Relevant data exists, but it's hidden in numerous systems • Difficult to integrate various applications and data sources into one user experience • Too many user ID / passwords difficult to remember and maintain • Difficult to collaborate with other employees in remote sites or business partners around the world • Need to provide an e-business experience to customers, partners, and employees • Available solutions are too expensive for small and medium business ibm. com/redbooks 6 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Why Portals? – Market Perspective Why does your company use an enterprise portal? Increase Why Portals? – Market Perspective Why does your company use an enterprise portal? Increase employee productivity Increase efficiency through automation Quicker response to customer inquiries Improve decision making Competitive advantage Lower operating costs Improve customer loyalty More marketing or cross-selling opportunity One-to-one marketing Other 0 Source : IDC, Information Week 2003 20 40 60 80 100 % of respondents (multiple allowed) ibm. com/redbooks 7 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

IBM Web. Sphere Portal: The Clear Market Leader • #1 in Portal Magic Quadrant IBM Web. Sphere Portal: The Clear Market Leader • #1 in Portal Magic Quadrant (Gartner) • #1 in Portal Market Share (Gartner Dataquest) • Best Portal Server of the Year (Info. World Reader’s Choice Awards) • Overall Winner, Channel Champion Awards (Computer Reseller News 13 th Annual Awards) • Best Enterprise Portal Platform (2003 Codie Awards) • Reader’s Choice Award (XML Journal) ibm. com/redbooks 8 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

A Case for Portals – IBM On Demand Workplace Roles@IBM – How IBMers Do A Case for Portals – IBM On Demand Workplace [email protected] – How IBMers Do Work Collaborating with customers & teams Researching latest industry trends Presenting integrated IBM solutions Traveling to create and retain customers Sametime w 3. ibm. com IBM Travel Quick. Place Internet Sametime Web Conferencing Managing the opportunity pipeline Siebel EA 2000 ibm. com/redbooks 13 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Intranet Portal Example – IBM W 3 Home Page ibm. com/redbooks 14 © Copyright Intranet Portal Example – IBM W 3 Home Page ibm. com/redbooks 14 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

“Business Card” Reporting Structure Collaboration Location & Local Time Standard Taxonomy Expertise Summary Data “Business Card” Reporting Structure Collaboration Location & Local Time Standard Taxonomy Expertise Summary Data Sources Attached Documents ibm. com/redbooks 15 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Web. Sphere Portal V 5 Family ibm. com/redbooks 16 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. Web. Sphere Portal V 5 Family ibm. com/redbooks 16 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Web. Sphere Portal V 5 Offerings Extend Sametime Extended Search Quickplace Tivoli Web Site Web. Sphere Portal V 5 Offerings Extend Sametime Extended Search Quickplace Tivoli Web Site Analyzer Domino Collaboration Center ** Available on i. Series Express Plus** Enable** (SOD for Enable V 5) WAS 5. 0. 2 Enterprise IBM HTTP server Portal Server Out-of-the-Box Portlets Collaboration Services API Enable Portal Toolkit Web. Sphere Translation Server Web. Sphere Studio Site Developer Content Management Personalization Portal Document Manager Productivity Portlets IBM Directory Server DB 2 UDB Horizontal clustering for HA ** i. Series statement of direction 2004 Sametime Quickplace Domino Collaboration Center Express** WAS 5. 0 Enterprise Enablement IBM HTTP Server Express Portal Server Out-of-the-Box Portlets Collaboration Services API Portal Toolkit Web. Sphere Studio Site Developer Portal Document Manager Productivity Portlets IBM Directory Server ** Single server configuration only ** Available on i. Series ibm. com/redbooks 17 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Portal Express & Express Plus V 5. 02 For Multi-Platforms • Web. Sphere Portal Portal Express & Express Plus V 5. 02 For Multi-Platforms • Web. Sphere Portal Express • Base portal function • Web. Sphere Portal Express Plus • Base portal function • Plus collaboration (ST/QP) • More affordable portal solution • Per user OR per cpu pricing • Requires OS/400 V 5 R 2 or i 5/OS http: //www-3. ibm. com/fcgi-bin/common/ssialias? subtype=ca&infotype=an&appname=i. Source&supplier=897&letternum=ENUSC 03 -059#203 -310 ibm. com/redbooks 18 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Web. Sphere Portal - Express For Multiplatforms V 5. 02 USA Prices Customized Portals Web. Sphere Portal - Express For Multiplatforms V 5. 02 USA Prices Customized Portals With Collaboration • Web. Sphere Portal - Express for Multiplatforms – $85/per user or $1, 700 for 20 users (limit of 2, 000 users per server) • Example - Price for 160 users = $13, 600 – $33, 000 per processor (limit of 4 processors per server) • Web. Sphere Portal - Express Plus for Multiplatforms – $135/per user or $2, 700 for 20 users (limit of 2, 000 users per server) • Example - Price for 160 users = $21, 600 – $53, 080 per processor (limit of 4 processors per server) Notes: • Licensed for a single server operation. Clustering of servers is not permitted. • The portal site can use either user or processor based licensing. A portal site does not use both. • User or processor based licensing can be used for intranet, extranet and internet based portals. ibm. com/redbooks 19 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

EXPRESS PLUS EXPRESS Collaboration Center People Finder portlet My Lotus Team Workplaces portlet Lotus EXPRESS PLUS EXPRESS Collaboration Center People Finder portlet My Lotus Team Workplaces portlet Lotus Web Conferencing portlet Web. Sphere Studio Site Developer Portal Toolkit Collaboration Portlets Business Portlets Quick. Place Server (Lotus Collaborative Components APIs) Sametime Server Portal Server Domino Server Web. Sphere Application Server plus WAS 5. 0 Enterprise Enablement Domino LDAP HTTP Server DB 2 UDB for i. Series Directory Services (LDAP) OS/400 ibm. com/redbooks 20 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Portal Out of the Box Experience • Improved installation, setup and initial configuration • Portal Out of the Box Experience • Improved installation, setup and initial configuration • • Pre-configured, compelling portlet content - ready to use • • Collaboration Center Basic content publishing • • Productivity Components Portal-based Collaboration • • Portal Document Manager (PDM) Light weight editors for presentations, spreadsheets, rich text documents • • Administrative - Reminders, bookmarks Collaboration - People finder, Quick. Places, Emeetings, mail, Finances - Financial calculators, currency converters, Company tracker Newsroom - Financial times, Pinnacor Productivity - World. Clock, IBM Internet mail, MS Netmeeting, MS Exchange clients, To. Do list Portlet Catalog - www. ibm. com/websphere/portal/portlet/catalog Document management, approval and versioning • • Easy-to-use i. Series Configuration Wizard Web clipping Document viewer V 5 R 3 Access for the Web portlets Integration of back-end data sources and applications • • JDBC Builder, Domino Builder HATS portlet, Access for the Web portlets, Web. Facing i. Frame portlet ibm. com/redbooks 21 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Benefit of i. Series Web. Sphere Portal Wizards 118 individual tasks 56 values* 174 Benefit of i. Series Web. Sphere Portal Wizards 118 individual tasks 56 values* 174 doc Portal creation wizards provided by Rochester, MN steps! • Fifteen-step wizard (with security) 15 steps 5 values* • One-step wizard (without security) 1 step 1 value* * = Required user input to create portal server successfully ibm. com/redbooks 22 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Quotes - Web. Sphere Portal Express for i. Series Quotes - Web. Sphere Portal Express for i. Series "The installation of Web. Sphere Portal Server Express is really done in five clicks and it only takes one or two hours to install. It is really amazing. " Nicole Hartung, Web. Sphere Business Development - Silvac B. V. - www. silvac. nl "I have worked with Web. Sphere Portal since release 4. 1. The current installation and configuration wizards for Portal Express 5. 0 for i. Series make Portal Express for i. Series the most usable and viable of the IBM suite of portal products on any platform. The i. Series installation and configuration process could not be simpler or easier to use. Virtually anyone with a fundamental understanding of OS/400 can now install and configure the portal. ” Bob Cancilla - Republic Indemnity Company of America “Web. Sphere Portal Express enables ISV's to leverage their current applications to work in those organizations who are looking to upgrade the way they communicate with their employees, vendors and customers. Web. Sphere Portal Express, provides a three-in-one solution to the communication maze; it can be leveraged for internet, intranet or extranet environments. ” Tom Niccoli, Executive Director - CGC Solutions Group ibm. com/redbooks 23 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Customized user experience Web. Sphere Portal Features Themes, Skins, Aggregation • • Role Based Customized user experience Web. Sphere Portal Features Themes, Skins, Aggregation • • Role Based customization Anonymous and authenticated users Page reference Portlets out-of-the-box: • • Syndicated content provider Reminder Bookmark World. Clock My List (To. Do list) IBM Internet mail Who is here (Express Plus) ibm. com/redbooks 24 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Integration of back-end applications and data General & i. Series Specific Web. Sphere Portal Integration of back-end applications and data General & i. Series Specific Web. Sphere Portal Features • Application Portlet Builder • JDBC builder • My Query Reports portlet • i. Frame portlet i. Series Integration • Web. Facing • HATS • i. Series Access for Web portlets ibm. com/redbooks 25 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Mail, instant messaging, team spaces, discussion, Single Sign On Out of the box collaboration Mail, instant messaging, team spaces, discussion, Single Sign On Out of the box collaboration portlets Domino Web Access • Mail, Calendar, To Do List, Contacts, and Notebook functions • Notes and Domino • • My Lotus Notes Mail My Lotus Notes Calendar My Lotus Notes To Do Lotus Notes Discussion Lotus Teamroom Lotus Sametime Connect Lotus Quick. Place More…. • Collaboration portlets available with Portal Express • Domino, Sametime, Quick. Place (servers are required) • Web. Sphere Portal and Domino SSO ibm. com/redbooks 26 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Advanced Collaboration Web. Sphere Portal - Express Plus • Collaboration Center • For enterprises Advanced Collaboration Web. Sphere Portal - Express Plus • Collaboration Center • For enterprises that seek to extend web portal infrastructure with a pre-built collaboration solution • People Finder - On-line company directory with built-in instant messaging and people awareness • My e. Meetings - View, schedule and attend Sametime e-meetings • My Quickplaces - Display, search and launch Quick. Place project team rooms • Who is here - displays an inline list of people in the page with whom the user is able to chat ibm. com/redbooks 27 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Document Management and Lightweight Editors Simple Productivity Tools • Document Manager • Navigate through Document Management and Lightweight Editors Simple Productivity Tools • Document Manager • Navigate through topic “folders” • Search, categorize, and approve, reject or comment documents reviewed through the workflow process • Create multiple versions of documents • Productivity components • Create, edit, display presentations, spreadsheets, and documents ibm. com/redbooks 28 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Simple Content Publishing Web. Sphere Portal & i. Series Access • Web-clipping • Document Simple Content Publishing Web. Sphere Portal & i. Series Access • Web-clipping • Document viewers • V 5 R 3 Access for the Web portlets ibm. com/redbooks 29 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Comprehensive Portal Toolset Portal Tools for AD & Administration • Portal-like development environment • Comprehensive Portal Toolset Portal Tools for AD & Administration • Portal-like development environment • Web. Sphere Studio Site Developer (WSSD) • Portal toolkit 5. 0. 2 • Includes several code samples for portlet development, for example Click-to-Action • Can be installed as a plug-in to Web. Sphere Studio Developer Client for i. Series (WDSC) • Includes portal test and debug environment • Integrate portal administration tool • Create portal labels and pages • • Install and deploy portlets Administer security ibm. com/redbooks 30 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Click-to-Action User Interface Productivity feature, lets portlets exchange data easily At runtime, a Click-to-Action User Interface Productivity feature, lets portlets exchange data easily At runtime, a "broker" matches sources to compatible actions (based on types); this builds the menu • To set up, portlets emit markup containing "sources" of typed information • Other portlets implement "actions" that consume typed information When the user selects an action, the browser sends the source information and the desired action to the destination portlet The destination portlet processes the action and displays the requested information Huge service opportunity for customizing integration “at the glass” ibm. com/redbooks 31 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Real Benefits From Implementing Web. Sphere Portal • Increase team productivity § Collaboration & Real Benefits From Implementing Web. Sphere Portal • Increase team productivity § Collaboration & Mobility § Increase revenue § Personalized offers § Reduce costs § Sharing and reuse of intellectual capital § Lower business risk § Easier access to better, more complete information • Improve responsiveness § Anytime, anywhere access and expertise locators § Improve employee satisfaction § Desktop customization § Increase consumer power § Self service access to more information, anytime and anywhere ibm. com/redbooks 32 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Summary • Portals are “hot” company application solutions and ebusiness Infrastructure • IBM's Web. Summary • Portals are “hot” company application solutions and ebusiness Infrastructure • IBM's Web. Sphere Portal solution is the Market Leader in capability, value, market share and continued investment • i. Series and Portal Express provides an outstanding integration solution for customers • Web. Sphere Portal Express & Express Plus V 5 For Multiplatforms is our leading Web. Sphere offering for 2004 ibm. com/redbooks 33 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

Useful Links • • • Web. Sphere Portal V 5 demo in Demo. Net Useful Links • • • Web. Sphere Portal V 5 demo in Demo. Net http: //wp 50. dfw. ibm. com/ IBM Web. Sphere Portal - Express for Multiplatforms (i. Series) Version 5. 0. 2 - Release Notes • http: //publib. boulder. ibm. com/pvc/wp/502/smbi/en/release_notes_smbi. html#this_release IBM Web. Sphere Portal - Express for Multiplatforms (i. Series) Version 5. 0. 2 Information Center • http: //publib. boulder. ibm. com/pvc/wp/502/index-smbi. html IBM e. Server i. Series Software – Web. Sphere Portal • http: //www. ibm. com/servers/eserver/iseries/software/websphere/portal/ Web. Sphere Portal product library • http: //www-106. ibm. com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/proddoc. html Web. Sphere Portal developers zone • http: //www-106. ibm. com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/ Portal Support • http: //www. ibm. com/software/genservers/portalexpress/support/ IBM e. Server i. Series Support fixes • http: //www-912. ibm. com/ Portal Express for Multiplatforms announcement letter • http: //www-3. ibm. com/fcgibin/common/ssialias? subtype=ca&infotype=an&appname=i. Source&supplier=897&letternum=ENUS 203 -310 Portlet catalog • http: //www. ibm. com/software/webservers/portal/portlet/catalog/ Portal Configuration Wizard in IBM Web Administration for i. Series • http: //publib. boulder. ibm. com/iseries/v 5 r 2/ic 2924/index. htm? info/rzaiewpewizard. htm ibm. com/redbooks 34 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2004. All rights reserved.

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