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Title: Microsoft SharePoint Portal Considering on MOSS 2007


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Microsoft SharePoint PortalConsidering on MOSS
2007
  • Le Nhan Tam

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What is MS SharePoint Server?
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 is
    Microsofts portal solution for intranets and
    extranets
  • MOSS works on top of Windows SharePoint Services
    (WSS) by using SharePoint sites to create portal
    pages for people, information and organizations
  • WSS delivers Web Parts and SharePoint document
    libraries to SharePoint sites
  • WSS is the engine for creating Web sites that
    enable information sharing and document
    collaboration
  • Microsoft claims that MOSS 2007 is intended for
    mid-sized and large organizations.

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Where is position of MS SharePoint Portal?
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Where is position of MS SharePoint Portal?
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Conceptual Architecture
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Logical Architecture
  • - Portal Services are the gateway for citizens,
    non-citizens, businesses, agencies and government
    employees (end-users) to the various services
    offered by a government.
  • - The portal offers end-users a variety of forms
    for transacting with government entities hosted
    or exposed via the gateway. The portal offers a
    number of key services such as
  • Content Management Services
  • Personalization Services
  • Searching Indexing Services

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Enterprise Content Management in MOSS
  • - Web content is a discrete component of the
    Portal that stores, manages and distributes
    content to one or more web based channels.
  • Content management services is a set of tasks and
    processes for managing content explicitly
    targeted for publication on the web (and similar
    channels) throughout its life, from creation to
    archive.
  • Content management services is the combination
    of people, processes, and technology that enables
    the government portal to manage web content
    through all phases of the content life cycle.

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Modules Architecture
User Interface
Microsoft Office
Web browsers
3rd party apps
ECM Components
Records Management
Web Content Management
Forms Management
Document Management
Unified Services
Library Services
Workflow
Metadata
Policies
Search
Security
IRM
Collaboration
Unified Storage Architecture
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Product Overview
  • Microsoft also provides 40 accelerators that aim
    to speed up implementation and reduce integration
    costs for common problems
  • Microsoft, through its solutions partners also
    provides a number of accelerator/integrations
  • Search functionality is built upon the SQL 2005
    text search
  • Personalization is done through the MySite
    features of MOSS 2007

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Product Overview (continue)
  • To provide content profiling, content
    personalization, 1-to-1 marketing, site analysis,
    site reporting tools and e-commerce
    functionality, MS Commerce Server will be
    required
  • MOSS 2007 scalability is only achieved through
    server-based scaling, i.e. spanning different
    MOSS 2007 components onto separate servers.
  • User management within MOSS 2007 continues to be
    a pain.

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Product Overview (continue)
  • MOSS 2007 Developments/Upgrades
  • Enhanced content and document management features
  • Previous versions of SharePoint focused on
    document sharing as opposed to document
    management
  • Users can now assign document meta-data and use
    workflows, simplistic records management and some
    web publishing features
  • With Document Workspaces, MOSS 2007 allows for
    documents to be indexed and categorized by topic,
    while supporting alerts and providing version
    control functionality
  • With MOSS 2007, Microsoft aims to fully integrate
    its Office product set with a common portal
    server
  • Tight coupling with Excel, Word, PowerPoint,
    Outlook, and InfoPath

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Product Overview (continue)
  • MOSS 2007 Developments/Upgrades
  • A significant new feature in MOSS 2007 is the
    Business Data Catalog (BDC)
  • MOSS provides BDC connectors to ERP, CRM and
    other back-end systems
  • Integration can also be done by custom developing
    Web Parts using Visual Studio.NET
  • MOSS 2007 provides BI and Reporting features
    through Excel (i.e. outside of SharePoint Server
    2007)
  • MOSS 2007 provides an additional new feature
    workflow
  • 7 out-of-the-box workflows Approval, Collect
    Feedback, Collect Signatures, Disposition
    Approval, Group Approval, Translation Management
    and Issue Tracking
  • Integrates with the Windows Workflow Foundation
    (WF), which is Vista based

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Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Strengths
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Strengths
  • Integration with Office Applications
  • Appeal to Existing Microsoft-based Organizations
  • MOSS 2007 offers low initial purchase price
    perception
  • Microsoft provides a complete portal solution out
    of the box
  • Microsoft has a strong collaboration tools
    offering

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IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Le Nhan Tam

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What is IBM WebSphere Portal?
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What is IBM WebSphere Portal?
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WebSphere Portal topology
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WebSphere Portal software topology
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WebSphere Portal Architecture
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WebSphere Portal engine
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WebSphere Portal operational aspect
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An idea SOA and state in IBM WebSphere
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IBM SOA Architecture
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IBM SOA Architecture
Portal
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IBM SOA Architecture
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IBM SOA Architecture apply for e-Gov
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Comparison of IBM WebSphere Portal
MS SharePoint Portal
  • Le Nhan Tam

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Features Comparison
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Pricing Comparison
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