Lotus Notes and Domino are the premier offerings in the field of collaborationwhile WebSphere is IBM's premier entry in the area of tools for buildingwebsites. For companies that have a Web application that requires thestrengths of Domino (e.g. Teamrooms, Knowledge Bases, Corporate Portals,Help Desks, Sales Force Automation, Web Meetings - that include "chat",Project Tracking, Intranets, built in messaging, etc.) and the strengths ofWebSphere (e-commerce, Brokerages, B2B Exchanges, Supply ChainIntegration, Online Banking, Web Account Access, Web Portals, Extranets,etc.) a combined Domino and WebSphere system would be ideal. This bookshows developers how to build applications that combine the strengths of bothproducts.About the Author:
JOHN LAMB, Senior Technical Staff Member for IBM Global Services in White Plains, NY, has developed Web services architectures on behalf of clients including the New York Stock Exchange. A Principal Certified Lotus Professional (PCLP) in Systems Administration, he has written three books on Lotus technologies, including Lotus Notes and Domino 5 Scalable Network Design. MICHAEL LASKEY, IT Architect for IBM Global Services in Tampa, FL, and Lead Developer in IBM's e-Commerce Development and Support organization, co-authored Domino and WebSphere Together. GOPAL INDURKHYA, Certified Consulting IT Architect for IBM in Charlotte, NC, specializes in managing development and building solution architectures. He has co-authored a book on Servlet/JSP/EJB Design and Implementation Guide for WebSphere Application Server. A(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
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Descripción IBM Press PTR - Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River , NJ, 2005. Textbook Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Marfree, acidfree later illus prtg; no names, not marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; IBM Press Series--Information Management; 1.2 x 9.3 x 6.8 Inches; 525 pages; Lotus -> WebSphere, Oct 1, 2004 By W Boudville (Terra, Sol 3) - IBM plans to combine as much as possible the advantages of its Lotus and WebSphere products. Lotus offers a cooperative environment, while WebSphere is excellent for running J2EE applications that are scalable and use transactions. The book goes into myriad details about this convergence. But there is one salient message. Lotus (and Domino) is moving towards WebSphere. The reason is that WebSphere is based upon the open standards of J2EE, and IBM strongly supports this. Whereas Lotus predates the Web, and is comprised mainly of proprietary standards. The book stresses that IBM is scarcely abandoning Lotus. The installed user base and third party applications built on top of it is too great for IBM to contemplate the revenue loss if it did so. Still, if you are a Lotus developer, this book is a harbinger. Collectively, Lotus developers are safe in the near term. But do you as an individual programmer want to get trapped in a stable or shrinking ghetto? Think this is unlikely? Then consider those people maintaining DEC's VMS machines. Now supported by HP. But VMS is an ever diminishing field. So the book can be valuable to Lotus developers. Somewhat of a tangent from the authors' intent, perhaps. Consider burnishing your skill set, and giving yourself some insurance, by learning Java and J2EE. Or even C# and .NET. Nº de ref. de la librería 22359
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