MIS365 17 - The Enterprise World

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MIS365 Jerry Malcolm The Enterprise IT World
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Enterprise Enterprise -- “A company organized for commercial purposes; business firm” -- Dictionary.com
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Enterprise Officially… any business Typically used to refer to large scale businesses
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Enterprise Requirements Enterprises IT requirements include basically all of the same requirements that smaller businesses and organizations require However, enterprises have many additional requirements
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Enterprise Focus You may have the opportunity to work in small IT shops in your career However, there is much higher probability that you will work in enterprise environments
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Enterprise Differences We are going to discuss the enterprise world: Additional requirements that exist most often solely in the enterprise environments Solutions for those requirements
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Web Pages There are basically two types of web pages: Single message web pages Aggregator web pages
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Single Message Web Page The content of the web page is from one provider and contains basically one ‘message’
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Single Message Web Page
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Aggregator Web Page Includes content from many independent providers Aggregates that content into one web page
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Aggregator Web Page
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Aggregator Web Pages Yahoo is an information provider Obviously, the different pieces of information are from different sources and have nothing to do with each other News Political Local Tech Weather (typically ‘local’) Sports Your favorite teams Calculator
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Aggregator Web Pages It’s obvious that a provider such as Yahoo would aggregate disparate information However, even private enterprises’ web sites are aggregators They collect information from their different divisions Public web site is aggregation of multi-division news/info Private employee web site may aggregate tasks/news related to job assignment
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Aggregator Web Pages It is certainly possible for a company to have an ‘aggregator’ group in the web site management department Take info “via email” from the providers Organize all the info into a pretty web page However, this is obviously not the best solution
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Aggregator Web Pages Successful businesses/people are always looking for problems and limitations in the existing product line And looking for ways to solve those problems Web server providers discovered that for enterprise environments, a simple http server was not sufficient Create an “Aggregator Server”??
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Portal Server “Portal” Server Architecturally, it is a “Web Application” Runs in a Web App Server Accessed using “customizable URL patterns” The portal server itself ‘owns’ the overall web page that is returned to the user But it assigns real-estate on the page to its clients Portal clients are registered for a particular page Portal clients are content providers Basically, small webapps themselves
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course MIS 365 taught by Professor Malcolm during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas.

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