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IBM WebSphere Portal

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IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Overview

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What we Do

For

employees…

enabling comprehensive, responsive,

real
-
time business applications that create competitive advantage

Audi

We enable organizations to quickly deliver rich, personalized

web sites that optimize business goals and generate loyalty
.

For partners…

delivering customized sets of functionality

that make it easier to do business

AO

Foundation

Sprint

For

customers…

crafting compelling, self
-
service online experiences that drive return
visits

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Exceptional User Experiences

One Platform


Many Different Business Needs


Features being delivered in
WebSphere Portal 6.1 were
developed based on direct customer
input



More than 6000 customers
participated in the WebSphere Portal
6.1 open beta

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Goals


Provide patients access to health records


Build deeper relationships with patients & physicians


Improve patient satisfaction, safety, and outcomes
through empowerment and transparency

From Zero to Portal in

14 weeks

The Duke Medicine Patient Portal


Business Drivers


Patient satisfaction


Operational efficiency


call center & registration


(portal sponsored by Patient Revenue Mgt Org)


Patient safety


Drive online channel for routine transactions


Competitive advantage to attract new patients

“We received applause in the Board Room from our Patient Advocacy Council”






-
Pete L’Engle, Senior Program Manager, Duke Health

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Web 2.0 & IBM Strategy

Technology

Web 2.0
New
Markets
& Sites

Community
/ Collective
Intelligence

RSS

AJAX

Atom

XML

REST

PHP

Flex

Mashups

Tagging

Tag Clouds

Folksonomy

Blogging

wikis

Microformats

Semantic Tagging

Take Success of Web 2.0 and Make
it Ready for the Enterprise

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Introducing IBM WebSphere Portal
V6.1:

THE Web 2.0 Portal !



Exceed user expectations

with latest
Web 2.0

features
for a richer, more responsive user interface


Respond quickly to new business opportunities

with faster, easier and more flexible reuse of Web
-
based
assets and existing IT investments


Reduce deployment costs, complexity and
maintenance

with more robust site and performance
management capability


New Web 2.0

features for

increasingly

Web
-
savvy

users

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Exceed User Expectations

Making a personal experience happen

Profile


Drives my look
and feel by login

Customization
Allows the user to
change their own
interface.

Personalization

Drives a custom
user experience
at all levels
based upon
personal or other
attributes

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Swift Transportation


Driver Self Service


A tailored experience for drivers


Low level of computer experience


$3,000 to hire a driver, 120% turn over
rate


Owner Operator Portal and “The
Informer” Kiosk


Self service while on the road


Business Value


20% reduction in total calls led to
reduction in support staff


Increased morale with drivers


30min hold time down to 1min


Reduction in time to get paid for work


Consistent communication, collaborate
with home and Swift HQ

Exceed User Expectations

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Exceed User Expectations

Home Depot
-

Many Sites, One Portal environment


Different Stores Brands


Home Depot


Expo Design Center


Home Depot Supply


Georgia Lights, Landscape
Supply, etc.


Different user communities


Internal Employee Portal


External Supplier Portal

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Exceed User Expectations


Turn your existing Portal Applications
into “desktop like” applications


Highly reactive user interface


Many actions possible without server roundtrips


Avoids page reloads



Improved performance and scalability


Reduced server side processing


Reduced bandwidth requirements


Reduced client
-
side processing


Improved cachability



Browser
-
side Aggregation, Navigation
and Customization


Renders XML obtained from the server in the browser


Implemented using AJAX, XML, Dojo, and JavaScript


Accesses and manipulates Portal through REST*

“Most existing Portlets benefit directly from Web2.0 rendering model without any changes.”

Gadgets

Atom / RSS Feeds

REST
-
accessible

Markup Fragments

Portlets or other

WSRP Services

Client Side Aggregation

Get Desktop Performance in a Browser with Web 2.0

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Exceed User Expectations


Provides an interactive user experience


No programming needed, simply tag the
markup (Microformats)


Supports web content from all places


Real World Examples


Select a user name and..


see the user profile, or email
address, or map their location


Click on an order item and..


see current delivery state


check customer account details


<span class=“locality“> Stuttgart </span>



<span class=“OrderItem“> 112001000001 </span>


Live Text


Give users ‘one
-
click” in
-
place access to additional information

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Exceed User Expectations



role
-
based

composite applications

in context


Community SOA Wiki


Business Catalog forum


> 3600 Assets in IBM



SOA Business Catalog


Google Gadget Services


> 4000 Applications and
Utilities

Extends reach of rich internet services
to role
-
based business centric
composite applications for improved
flexibility and responsiveness.

Easily incorporate
Google Gadgets into
Portal applications:


Search and select
any Google Gadget


Customize to portlet


Leverages Portal’s
Web 2.0 APIs support


Supports inter
-
portlet
communication
between Portal
portlets and Google
Gadget portlet
instances.

IBM Portlet for Google Gadgets

Enterprise
and internet
data and
services

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Introducing IBM WebSphere Portal
V6.1:

THE Web 2.0 Portal !



Exceed user expectations

with latest
Web 2.0

features
for a richer, more responsive user interface


Respond quickly to new business opportunities

with faster, easier and more flexible reuse of Web
-
based
assets and existing IT investments


Reduce deployment costs, complexity and
maintenance

with more robust site and performance
management capability


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Respond quickly to new business opportunities


Combines several administrative actions into a single portlet:



User enrollment



Virtual Portal creation



Portal content import

New Site Wizard quickly creates new customized Portal Sites

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities


Better content authoring experience and enhanced content security model


Inherited security enables all sites
and site areas to use the same
security model


Simplified authoring templates are
very useful for creating "quick"
content (i.e. blogs)


Richer inline editing enables users
to easily create folders, sites or site
areas. Users can now perform most
functions from the website itself (in
context) rather than having to go
through the central UI of WWCM




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Respond quickly to new business opportunities



Change the banner: logo, color,
typography, border, background



Change the typography: default
size, color and style, headline size,
color, etc.



Change the navigation: orientation,
tab colors, tab text



Change the colors: page color or
background, highlight color



Change the buttons: text, color,
selected and unselected states



Show and hide footers, gutters,
links, breadcrumbs, etc.


Theme Customizer
-

Easily change the look of a portal page
-

no
HTML, JavaScript or XML coding required!

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Centrelink


Australian Government Portal


6.5 million customers, or approximately one
-
third
of the Australian population


Administers more than 140 different products and
services for 25 government agencies

Staff Online Portal
-

Released August 2005


Advanced Search Engine, Currently 5000 views
daily

Customer Portal


Access to 40+ Services, Advanced Search Engine


Single Sign
-
On, Web Content Mgmt, Re
-
use of
SOA Apps


Personalization, News by primary benefit type

Department of Human Services Portal


Federated Identity Mgmt, Centrelink Services,
Medicare Services, CSA Services, Aggregated
News via RSS


National Emergency Call Centre Portal



Process
-
centric, Authenticated, AJAX Compliant,
Rich Functionality. Performance, Scalability,
Single Sign
-
On


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Accelerators Offer Benefits for Line of Business and IT

Accelerators help
businesses achieve goals
:


Improve communications and drive operational
efficiencies

by easing development and management of
dynamic web content


Drive innovation

through collaboration and social
networking, allowing business people to quickly connect and
build new relationships based on their individual needs


Improve decision making and visibility

into business
operations with real
-
time dashboards and scorecards


Reduce costs

of managing the workforce, while enabling
HR to focus on more strategic tasks with self
-
service


Accelerators help IT to dramatically
speed time
-
to
-
market

and
reduce the cost

of deploying portal
-
based business solutions


Shorten implementation

cycles



Realize
time to value without sacrificing flexibility
(buy
only what capabilities are required, now or later)


Realize
quicker ROI

on portal investment


Highly flexible, configurable, and scalable


Accelerators are integrated
packages that easily snap
-
on to
Portal and address a specific
business need

Respond quickly to new business opportunities

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities


An expanded approach to offering WebSphere Portal value to customers


Single Portal Platform and Tools

WebSphere Portal Server: Composite
application / business mashup
framework and advanced tooling to
build SOA
-
based solutions

More IBM accelerators will come based on customer needs


IBM Accelerators

Integrated packages that easily
snap
-
on to WebSphere Portal to
deliver rapid time
-
to
-
value for specific
business challenges

+

Collaboration

Learning

Enterprise Suite

Dashboard

Process

Self
-
Service

Industry

Content

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities

IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory

is an application and portlet creation
environment that
simplifies

&
accelerates

the development, deployment, maintenance
and reuse of custom SOA
-
based portlets


including
SAP
,
Domino
,
PeopleSoft
,

Siebel
and

Web Service

portlets

New in Portlet Factory v6.1


Visual editing capability speeds portlet
construction


Preview how portlets will be rendered
on a portal page


Better Debugging Support


Improved Builder Selection
interface/navigation


Includes integrations of Lotus products
and IBM Accelerators


Lotus Forms builder


REST support for Quickr &
Connections


WebSphere Process Server integration
sample


Expeditor/Notes 8 support


Portal Content Repository builder

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities




Simplicity of iFrames without
the drawbacks


No double
header or dual navigation




HTML <script> tag executes
and can “inject” markup for
portal navigation, launch menu,
and page breadcrumbs into
web app



Clicking on any Portal specific
navigation tab will take you
back into Portal. Clicking on
any Portal URL page tab will hit
the underlying URL.

Any web application can display and make use of Portal navigation

Web Application Integrator


Available on the Portlet Catalog Today

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities




Simplify creation of portal
pages


Use HTML design tools
and publish to WebSphere
Portal


Enable your designers to
create smart HTML pages
using live text in
WebSphere Portal

Portlets

Portal

Navigation

publish

Unleash the power of
your web design teams

HTML Page Support

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Respond quickly to new business opportunities


Opal Future Technologies

Corporate Background


Provides IT infrastructure for
8 pension funds
,
with
3 million participants, US $20 billion+ in
assets
.


Opal is the result of a merger between eight
pension fund management companies.

Opportunity



Consolidate funds
, IT infrastructure into a
single, unified information management
infrastructure, with
unified system services
.


Aggregate

more than
30 terabytes

of data
stored in DB2 and
21 support services

into a
secure, roles
-
based environment
.

Challenge
:


WebSphere Portal identified as the best
integration platform; however
15 of the 21
support applications

are
written in .NET
.


Rewrite

would take
too much time

(only 3 in
-
house Java developers), and
introduce
unacceptable risks
.

ASP.NET applications
that have been cross
-
compiled into portlets.


Solution/Outcome


Visual MainWin for J2EE, Portal Edition
cross
-
compiles

.NET code directly into
JSR 168 compliant portlets.


In Phase I, Opal’s .NET team ported,
tested and
deployed 7

of the
15 .NET
applications

into the Portal,
changing less
than .5% percent

of the code base.


The Portal and support services are
currently in production.

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Notes applications built

with Domino Designer

Portlet component built

with Rational RAD

E
-
form built with
Forms Designer

3270 and iSeries
screens via HATS

WSRP
Producer

Visual Studio Developed Apps
with Mainsoft (IBM Partner)


WebSphere Dashboard
Framework

Component built with
Portlet Factory

Respond quickly to new business opportunities


Tremendous Flexibility and choice

role
-
based

composite applications

process driven

in context

services

Feeds

Portlet
Catalog

Gadgets and
iWidgets

JSR 168

WSRP v1.0

JSR 286

WSRP v2.0

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Portal Standards Leadership


JSR 286


Java™ Portlet Specification V2.0


IBM is leading this JSR, all major Java technology portal

(commercial and open source) vendors represented in the EG


Reference implementation will be provided at Apache Pluto 2.0


TCK will be available for free (Will extend the JSR 168 TCK)


Schedule: final around early March 2008 (final Draft published)


Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) V2.0


Standard protocol for accessing portlets as web service


Defined at OASIS, chaired by IBM


Schedule: final around early March 2008 (final Draft published)


Common goals


Enable coordination between portlets and allow building composite applications based on portlet
components (events and render context (e.g. public render parameters) )


Allow for a better user experience using AJAX patterns, Serving resources


WebSphere Portal seamlessly integrates JSR168, JSR286 and WSRP2.0 Portlets.

WebSphere Portal 6.1 already supports JSR286 and WSRP 2.0

04.03.2008: http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=286

Respond quickly to new business opportunities


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Introducing IBM WebSphere Portal
V6.1:

THE Web 2.0 Portal !



Exceed user expectations

with latest
Web 2.0

features
for a richer, more responsive user interface


Respond quickly to new business opportunities

with faster, easier and more flexible reuse of Web
-
based
assets and existing IT investments


Reduce deployment costs, complexity and
maintenance

with more robust site and performance
management capability


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0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Build
WebSphere Portal
Downtime & Service Desk
Training
Software
Hardware
Consulting
Ongoing IT support
Labor cost initial deployment/
ongoing development
5
-
Year TCO Advantage

(Summary)

% of 5
-
yr TCO

(Build Baseline)

Reduce deployment costs, complexity & maintenance


Source: IDC, 2007

WebSphere Portal TCO was 29% lower than average build your own effort

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0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
5-yr TCO Advantage
(Cumulative)
Initial Portal
Subsequent Releases
5
-
Year TCO Advantage

(Cumulative)

Source: IDC, 2007

Reduce deployment costs, complexity & maintenance


The TCO advantage increased over time as new capabilities were added

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Reduce deployment costs, complexity &
maintenance



Staging

Development

Production

Integration


Reduce the effort to move portal pages, content
and their related artifacts


Support for multiple daily updates and publishing
whole sites


Version
-
able and Archive
-
able, Workflow pluggable


Return to a previous version very quickly


Validate that a publish occurred correctly


Improve management and readability of URLs


Site Management enables fast and flexible staging
-
to
-
production operations

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Reduce deployment costs, complexity &
maintenance

Configure

Portlet Request
Metrics and PMI
metrics in the
WAS
administration
console (ISC).


By default all
Portlet Monitoring
is disabled, use
“custom” mode.

See how your Portal Site and Portlets perform while you build your site

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Workload Distribution / Isolation


Remote Portlets

Portal Server 1

(User Access)

Portal Users

Remote WSRP 2.0 Portlets participate in Context



Optionally use multiple JVMs for running your Portal



Isolate “untrusted” Portlets from Portal



Execute Portlets in their own JVM



Enhanced scalability for “heavy” Portlets

Portlet Container

Portlet Container

Portal Server 2

(Portlet Server)

Portlet Container

App Server 1

(Portlet Server)

Reduce deployment costs, complexity & maintenance




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Reduce deployment costs, complexity &
maintenance


Application provided with the 6.1
release


Reduces effort to support
WebSphere Portal and Express


Search for Q&A


Easily send log files and
configuration data to IBM support


Reduce the communication effort
and time to solve issues.

http://www
-
306.ibm.com/software/support/isa/

Support Assistant improves your ability to resolve software problems quickly

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Reduce deployment costs, complexity &
maintenance


New security features provide more user options

…requires user authentication…

… before access is provided.

Access to sensitive service or operation,...


Automatically authenticate the user if logged into his desktop


Delivering personalized content without login


Greatly improved Security Configuration

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Connections

HTML/PHP

Documents

Feeds

Gadgets and Widgets

Remote Portlets

REST Services

Clients

WebSphere Portal

role
-
based

composite applications

in context

process
-

driven

IBM WebSphere Portal

Openness

Critical enabler:



Standards based access to integration and innovation

Web

Produce and Consume

Portlets

Services

Web Content Mgmt

Web Services

Mobile Devices

Expeditor

REST

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IBM WebSphere Portal Family


Portal Express

Portal Extend

Portal Server

Portal Enable

Unique to IBM: A single strategic Portal as the base for the broadest


set of portal capabilities in the Industry!

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Clear and Present Leader


Gartner ranks IBM #1 in the enterprise portal
software market, June 21, 2008


“With over 6,000 enterprises worldwide using IBM portal
software in industries that range from communications to
government, including fast growing market segments like
SMB, IBM is the leader. In fact, industry analyst,
Gartner,
recently ranked IBM the worldwide market leader in the
enterprise portal software marketplace based on total
software revenue for 2007 for the seventh year in a row.

According to the Gartner report published in June, 2008, the
enterprise portals software market grew 16.5 percent in 2007
to approximately $1.1 Billion.”

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Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portal Products, 2007

Gartner: August 24, 2007 by David Gootzit, Gene Phifer, Ray Valdes

The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted August 2007 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission, which permission should not be
dee
med to be an endorsement of any company or product
depicted in quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is Gartner, Inc.’s opinion and is an analytical representation of a marketplace at
and

for a specific time period. It measures vendors against Gartner
defined criteria for a marketplace. The positioning of vendors within a Magic Quadrant is based on the complex interplay of m
any

factors. Gartner does not advise enterprises to select only those
firms in the "Leaders" quadrant. In some situations, firms in the Visionary, Challenger, or Niche Player quadrants may be the

ri
ght matches for an enterprise's requirements. Well
-
informed vendor
selection decisions should rely on more than a Magic Quadrant. Gartner research is intended to be one of many information sou
rce
s including other published information and direct analyst
interaction. Gartner, Inc. expressly disclaims all warranties, express or implied, of fitness of research for a particular pu
rpo
se. "This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part
of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. The Gartner report is available upon r
equ
est from IBM."

Magic Quadrant for
Horizontal Portal
Products, 2007

IBM positioned in Leaders Quadrant

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IBM’s Portal Market Leadership Continues…

Five consecutive
years leading the
market in Portal
revenue

Web 2.0 and
“mash
-
up”
capabilities in a
portal will be
leveraged by
organizations to
meet ongoing
business
requirements
through 2011

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Market Share Leadership



#1 in Enterprise Portal Software market share in every current assessment
visible to IBM


Over 6,000 customer Portal installations (Google search on “wps/portal”)


Growing faster than market at 18% YTY Revenue, gaining share from
others each year


Large leads in market share for Customer Self Service, Partner Self Service,
Employee Self Service, and Dashboards


Over 2000 SMB customers


Partner Leadership



Over 1,500 IBM Business Partner solutions in the IBM WebSphere Portal
Business Solutions Catalog


30 ISVs have OEM’d WebSphere Portal


Technical leadership



Smallest to Largest portals in the world (20 users
-

20 million
-

1 billion)


Drives portal standards
-

Led JSR
-
268, Chairs WSRP 2.0., Co
-
Chaired JSR
-
168, Chaired WSRP 1.0

IBM WebSphere Portal


Industry Leader

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Our Best Measure of Success is Customers!


6,000+

WebSphere Portal

Installations Worldwide


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6,000 Customers
-

expanding use of portals in
new ways, and new customers growing



Government


WebSphere Portal in:


> 500 Government customers


every G8 nation


50% of US States


75% of mid
-
east nations


Largest ever public education portal


Banking


WebSphere Portal in:


9 out of 10 Top Global Banks


7 out of 10 Top Euro Banks


29 out of 50 Top Global Banks


8 out of 10 Top AP Banks


Top customer nearing 100 Million users

Healthcare


WebSphere Portal in:


4 of 5 Top US Healthcare Insurance Companies


30 Hospitals, clinics & delivery networks worldwide


12 online healthcare providers > 20,000 users


2 online healthcare providers with more than
5,000,000 users



Retail


WebSphere Portal in:


8 of 10 Top Global Retailers


35 of top 100 Global Retailers


9 of 10 Top US Retailers


40 of top 100 US Retailers

Selected Industry Highlights

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WebSphere Portal:

Delivering Exceptional User Experiences


Broadest, most comprehensive vision


Proven Ability to execute on that Vision


WebSphere Portal lowers development costs and improves time to market
over “build it yourself” strategy (
IDC Portal Buy v. Build, Dec 2007
)


Choice and Flexibility


Standards based implementation, single foundational core platform


Wide choice of WCM, document mgt, Web 2.0, security, dev tools, etc


Worldwide Customer and Market experience


Translated and supported worldwide


Portal Accelerators


Collection of line of business oriented solutions speed time to value


Intellectual Property from thousands of customer engagements help you
solve your business needs faster


Deepest and widest services capability


ISSL, GBS/GTS, Partners


of any
portal vendor in the business.


This intellectual property cannot be matched.


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WebSphere Portal information:


ibm.com/websphere/portal


IBM accelerators for WebSphere Portal


ibm.com/websphere/portal/accelerators


WebSphere Portal Catalog:


ibm.com/websphere/solutionscatalog
-
portal



The Dashboard KPI catalog:


ibm.com/software/lotus/dashboardkpicatalog

Additional information