OpenCms @ Bayer

Date: May 6, 2008
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Track: Business
Type: Presentation
Speaker: Pascal Hollenbrock (Bayer Business Services)

Abstract

This session is aimed at (technical) project leaders and decision makers in the IT-environment. 

It will generally illustrate the benefits OpenCms - as an OpenSource-solution - offers for a major enterprise such as Bayer. More details will be provided on the topics "fields of requirements" and "realization of Bayer-specific developments".

After this introduction the session will focus on the integration of OpenCms into an IBM Websphere Portal as sample project.
It will deal with the basic requirements, show up different integration-alternatives we had during the course of the project and present the final solution.

Finally I will summarize other mentionable Bayer-customizations and give a short overview of planned OpenCms-activities.

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