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IBM Mashup Center Unlock data. Remix content. Unleash productivity. Introduction to Mashups
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Agenda Speed and Agility Through Enterprise Mashups Introduction to Key Mashup Concepts Top 6 reasons why you should care about  mashups Additional Real World Mashup Examples IBM Mashup Center Introduction to IBM Mashup Center Demo
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What is a Mashup? “mashup”  is a lightweight web application created by combining information or  § Rapid creation (days  not months) §  Reuses existing  capabilities, but  delivers new functions  + insights §  Requires less  technical skills §  Often mixes internal  and external sources  Google Gadgets Web Web ERP CRM Quickr Connections Commerce ECM Legacy Enterprise Applications Mashup Portal/portlets Domino WAS Platforms JDBC DB MQ MQSeries Web services <WSDL> Info Server IMS Enterprise Information
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4 § widget  is a small application or  piece of dynamic content that can be  easily placed into a web page   § Widgets are called different names by  different vendors: gadgets, blocks,  flakes § Widgets can be written in any  language or and can be simply HTML  § “Mashable” widgets pass events, so  that they can be wired together to  create something new What is a Widget?
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Reuse existing assets in new combinations Speeding Development – The Mashup Creation Process Assemble Transform Discover Develop & Unlock 5
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Top  Reasons Why You Should Care About Mashups! 1. Reduce project uncertainty, speed application delivery thru a  virtuous cycle of reuse, and better align IT and business  through rapid prototyping  2. Lower backlog via self-service development  3. Agility to quickly assemble applications for new situations 4. Gain valuable insights through information remix 5. Innovate and create value through community contribution 
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1- Reduce Project Uncertainty, Compressing  Timelines  Rather than…. Customer
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course CIS 3355 taught by Professor Khatib during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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