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IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


Deliver an Irresistible User Experience

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 quick in
place access to additional information

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


Deliver an Irresistible User Experience


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
communication between
Portal portlets and
Google Gadget portlet

IBM Portlet for Google Gadgets

and internet
data and

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


Give Power Without Losing Control

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

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


Give Power Without Losing Control

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

HTML, JavaScript or XML coding required!

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


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)

Keep Running with Less Effort

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


Keep Running with Less Effort


Portlet Request
Metrics and PMI
metrics in the
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

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


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Easily preview how portlets will be
rendered on a portal page

Better Debugging Support

Set break
points, watch variables, step through

Simpler Builder Selection

Recommended builders based on selection

In context help and examples of when to use

Keyword search to find the right builder


Portlet Factory

New visual editing capability speeds portlet construction

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation

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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

IBM WebSphere Portal

© 2008 IBM Corporation


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 Beta already supports JSR286 and WSRP 2.0./

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

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