TECH-P21 IBM Web Content Manager and the Integration of External Content Management Systems
Stefan Hepper, Software Architect, WebSphere Portal/WCM, Master Inventor, IBM
One of the key principles of the IBM Project Northstar vision is that “integration must be easy”. Since its initial release, IBM WebSphere Portal is one of the leading platforms for Web portals. This success story is also thanks to the capability to integrate well with existing IT infrastructures and services. In an environment with content-centric systems such as enterprise content management systems, document-driven groupware solutions, or media libraries, IBM Web Content Manager in combination with IBM WebSphere Portal provides an ideal basis for developing integrated solutions that help you to provide accurate and up-to-date information to the people who affect your business:
• Accelerate the development and consistent delivery of heterogeneous critical business information across your enterprise.
• Enable you organization to create, publish, and maintain all kinds of electronic documents in your IT infrastructure in a consistent manner.
• Deliver the right content to specific audiences using a high level of personalization and various channels.
This session presents and discusses numerous patterns for integrating external document management systems, including approaches leveraging the concept of federated documents, the Web Content Integrator framework, and WebDAV-driven content deployment and synchronization. In addition, we will also take a peek at future integration features that use the new Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) open standard.
This video is a recording of a session held at the Exceptional Web Experience Conference, Austin 2012 ... The video duration is approximately 45 minutes and contains audio.
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