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Build your WebSphere Portal and Lotus Web Content Management demos in the cloud with a no-charge developer edition
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February 11, 2009
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Currently IBM is offering a developer server, at no charge, that includes WebSphere Portal Server and Lotus Web Content Management Standard Edition Developer - a combination of two products from IBM capable of delivering a complete portal that can aggregate multiple software solutions, including Web content and external feeds, to deliver a single, exceptional Web experience.
The offering includes out-of-the box example sites and the ability to create new sites easily. These samples sites can easily be adapted and extended to meet a customers needs allowing you to be up and running quickly.
For more details see The IBM press release:
IBM to Deliver Software via Cloud Computing With Amazon Web Services
Also visit Cloud pages on developerWorks:
Cloud: WebSphere Portal Server and Lotus Web Content Management Standard Edition
Amazon Machine Image(AMI) Get Started Guide
Cloud computing for developers
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