The dictionary defines a portal as a door or entrance; hence, that picture on the cover. In this book, you will learn why the word portal has become a major buzzword in the world of information technology IT. Most of the major software vendors have a portal server product or aspire to have one. Not to be outdone, enterprises big and small are clamoring to put up portal presences on the Web. A recent report from Forrester Research states, IT executives expect eBusiness spending to drop, but more than one-third of Global firms plan to purchase portal servers.
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Which topologies does it support? Is it J2EE certified? This book answers these and many more such questions and covers everything from basic e-commerce concepts to advanced three-tier Internet topologies.
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Language: English. Brand new Book. Why is WebSphere Portal server fast becoming the world s premier portal server in sales and functionality? Software developers who are creating simple portlets and JavaServer Pages JSPs or are well-versed in using JavaBeans will find this book s contents relevant.
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A couple of years ago, a customer mentioned "integration at the glass" — a phrase that we had not heard before. Now, everybody in the IT world seems to talk about it, and we have Enterprise Portals to thank for that new phrase. What started off as simple Web-based interfaces are now powerful content management and collaboration centers. Portals in general have become the Web interface of choice to provide business users — and the emphasis here is on business users — rapid access to the information and services they need to be more efficient. Integration happens at all levels, and the real benefit of the portal stems from the fact that real integration takes place in the backend, and the results are aggregated and presented "at the glass.