Building Portal Applications

Building Portal Applications

Jana Polgar (NextDigital, Australia) and Tony Polgar (Oakton, Australia)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/jwp.2009010104
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Software development methodology refers to a standardised, documented methodology which has been used before on similar projects or one which is used habitually within an organisation (Software development methodology). It can generally be applied to all kinds of software products. In portlet development process there are new circumstances which affect the methodology. A portal development manager must be aware of the technological properties and constraints, because there is a large (and very new) range of issues, risks and hidden costs that must be addressed in both the development and deployment processes. This article focuses on discussion of practical approaches to the resolution of development issues and risks in Portal environment. The discussed topics include implementation of Portals in enterprise environment, portlet applications’ high availability, portlet disaster recovery, and the cost of portlet deployment. An attempt is made to forecast future trends in portlet technology.

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