Across industry sectors, the boundaries of the traditional enterprise
are blurring, as organizations open up their on-premise data and
application functionality to partner organizations, the Web, mobile
apps, smart devices and the cloud. APIs (application programming
interfaces) form the foundation of this new open enterprise,
allowing enterprises to reuse their existing information assets
across organizational boundaries.
The demand for (and benefits of) web-based interfaces combined with an increasingly mobile and distributed workforce has exposed inefficiencies inherent in the browser, the network and its protocols, and the data center. These inefficiencies create performance problems for applications that continue to be magnified by emerging technologies like Web 2.0 and SOA. This White Paper details how F5's approach to Application Delivery Networking eliminates the bottlenecks inherent in browsers, in the network, and in the data.
WebSphere Portal remains IBM's strategic front end for SOA. It enables our clients to closely align their business objectives on standards-based platforms with role-based delivery of composite applications across and beyond their enterprise. At the end of June we delivered a new version of WebSphere Portal Version 6.1. This release significantly improves performance by tapping into the 64-bit capabilities of the IBM System z platform. Click here to learn more!
Improving access to core applications and data is just one of many mandates facing IT, along with improving collaboration, reducing administration costs and improving performance. Fortunately, shops running System z have an advantage. You can integrate and enhance your System z assets faster when you use the version 6.1 update to IBM WebSphere Portal on z/OS. Use it to quickly deploy business applications across the enterprise, reduce costs and increase flexibility with workloads centralized on System z.
Published By: IBM ILOG.
Published Date: Oct 26, 2009
This case study will showcase the challenges of clinical trial data management, but the highlighted techniques are applicable to any business needing smart, dynamic and adaptive Web-based user interfaces.
Become acquainted with the script logic functionality available in SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation 7.x, version for SAP NetWeaver. Review use cases for script logic, its architecture, various ways to execute it, and a few basic key words. Designed for individuals who will be end users of SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation or who require a product overview. The goal is to work with the SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Web interfaces.
Smaller budgets. Fewer personnel. More pressure to show value. As the recession lingers on, B2B marketers are being called upon to deliver bigger, faster, cheaper results with less resources. But the current economic climate means even companies able to make high-dollar purchases will require more touch points to nurture them through the buying process. Today's business buyers are cautiously working to make smarter, more informed decisions.