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Portal Server

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  • 1. Specifications for Licensed Software Please check the appropriate boxes applicable for the quoted product. 1. Portal Server Hardware Platform S.No. Hardware Platform Yes No 01 IBM-compatible PC 02 IBM ® pSeries® server 03 IBM iSeries™ server 04 IBM zSeries® enterprise server 05 Sun Solaris processor 06 HP-UX processor Operating Environment S.No. Operating Environment Yes No 01 Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server or Windows 2000 Advanced Server with Service Pack (SP) 4 02 Windows 2003 Standard or Windows 2003 Enterprise 03 Windows XP Professional with SP1a (for development and test purposes only) 04 IBM AIX®, Version 5.1 with Maintenance Level (ML) 04 or AIX, Version 5.2 with ML01 and APAR IY44183 05 Linux® on Intel®: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server (RHEL AS), Version 2.1 with Update 3, RHEL AS, Version 3.0 with Update 1, SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), Version 8 (2.4 kernel) or SLES, Version 9 (2.6 kernel) 06 AIX, Version 5.3 (IBM POWER5™ hardware only) 07 Linux on zSeries: RHEL AS, Version 3.0 with Update 1 or SLES, Version 8 (2.4 kernel) 08 HP-UX 11i, Version 1 with appropriate patches 09 Linux on iSeries and Linux on pSeries: RHEL AS, Version 3.0 with Update 1 (Power 4 hardware only); RHEL AS, Version 3.3 with Update 1 or SLES, Version 9 (Power 5 hardware only) 10 Sun Solaris operating environment, Version 8 (Patch cluster of November 2003) or Version 9 (Patch cluster of November 2003) Web Browser Support S.No. Web Browser Yes No 01 Microsoft Internet Explorer, Version 5.5 with SP2 or Version 6.0 with SP1 02 Mozilla, Version 1.3, Version 1.4, Version 1.5 or Version 1.6 03 Netscape Communicator, Version 6.2, Version 7.0 or Version 7.1 04 Opera, Version 7.23
  • 2. Information System Support S.No Information Systems Yes No 01 Enterprise resource planning (ERP) 02 Customer relationship management (CRM) 03 Supply chain management (SCM) 04 Other similar applications Other Features S.No. Features Yes No 01 Support for mobile devices by generating portal pages in three markup languages: HTML for desktops, WML for WAP devices, and cHTML for mobile devices in the NTT DoCoMo iMode network 02 Presentation services to create the user interface for portal with a graphic appearance. 03 Ability to configure portal to present content on following device types 04 Laptops,PDA/i-mate and mobile phones. 05 Customization controls to select applications and content. 06 Messaging and collaboration applications support. 07 Major application server support to provide run time services for the portal. 08 J2EE services for the Portal environment. Database Support S.No. Databases Yes No 01 IBM Cloudscape™ 5.1.60.12 02 IBM DB2 Universal Database Enterprise Server Edition, 03 IBM DB2 Universal Database for iSeries, Version 5.3 04 IBM DB2 Universal Database for z/OS®, Version 7.1 05 Oracle Enterprise Edition, Version 9.2.0.4 06 Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise 2000 with SP3a Web Server Support S.No. Web Servers Yes No 01 Apache Server, Version 1.3.28 or Version 2.0.47 02 IBM HTTP Server, Version 1.3.28.1 or Version 2.0.47.1 03 IBM Lotus Domino Enterprise Server 5.0.12, 6.0.2, 6.0.3 or 6.5.1 04 Sun ONE Web Server Enterprise Edition, Version 6.0 with SP5 05 Microsoft Internet Information Server, Version 6.0
  • 3. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Server Support S.No. LDAP Support Yes No 01 IBM Directory Server, Version 5.1 02 IBM Tivoli Directory Server, Version 5.2 03 Lotus Domino Enterprise Server 5.0.12, 5.0.13, 6.0.2, 6.0.3, 6.0.4, 6.5.1, 6.5.2 or 6.5.3 04 Microsoft Windows Active Directory 2000 or Windows Active Directory 2003 05 IBM SecureWay® Directory Server LDAP for z/OS, Version 1.4, Version 1.5 or Version 1.6 06 Sun ONE Directory Server, Version 5.2 • Novell eDirectory, Version 8.7 Enterprise Information System Support S.No. Enterprise Information Systems Yes No 01 Oracle 02 PeopleSoft 03 SAP 04 Domino 05 Siebel 06 JDBC 2. Security & Port Scan Software for Servers Supported Platforms S.No. Platforms Yes No 01 IBM AIX® on IBM RISC System/6000® 02 Sun Solaris on Sun SPARC 03 Microsoft Windows® 2000 Advanced Server 04 Microsoft Windows 2003 Standard Server and Enterprise Server 05 HP-UX 06 United Linux® including SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Intel®, IBM S/390® and IBM zSeries® 07 Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Intel®, S/390 and zSeries
  • 4. Other Features S.No. Features Yes No 01 Authorization and management solution to scale across the entire enterprise. 02 A robust and secure policy management tool for distributed applications. 03 Unite core security technologies around common security policies to help reduce implementation time and management complexity. 04 Support for HTTP-compliant application. 05 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) for storing user and group information. 06 Support of user registries such as IBM Tivoli Directory Server, Sun Java System Directory Server, Novell eDirectory, Microsoft Active Directory® and IBM Lotus® Domino Server. 07 Metadirectory implementations support. 08 Virtual directory implementations support. 09 X.509 V3 client certificates for strong authentication. 10 Support for certificate providers, including VeriSign, Entrust and Baltimore. 11 Mutually authenticated and confidential component interactions through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Web Server Support S.No. Web Servers Yes No 01 Apache Server, Version 1.3.28 or Version 2.0.47 02 IBM HTTP Server, Version 1.3.28.1 or Version 2.0.47.1 03 IBM Lotus Domino Enterprise Server 5.0.12, 6.0.2, 6.0.3 or 6.5.1 04 Sun ONE Web Server Enterprise Edition, Version 6.0 with SP5 05 Microsoft Internet Information Server, Version 6.0 Application Server Support S.No. Application Servers Yes No 01 BEA WebLogic Server and Oracle. 02 Microsoft .NET application servers. 03 Siebel 04 Microsoft Exchange 05 Oracle 06 IBM WebSphere Portal
  • 5. 3. Database Server Supported Operating Systems S.No. Operating Systems Yes No 01 AIX 02 HP-UX 03 Linux 04 Solaris 05 Windows Supported Hardware S.No. Supported Hardware Yes No 01 pSeries systems based on POWER 3, POWER 4, and POWER 5 processors. 02 eServer i5 and p5 systems. 03 PA-RISC CPU or Itanium. 04 x86 requires Intel Pentium 4 or higher. 05 Intel Xeon or AMD Athlon based systems. 06 Intel EM64T or AMD64 based systems. 07 IBM eServer OpenPower, iSeries, or pSeries systems that support Linux. 08 Intel Itanium 2 based systems. 09 S/390 and zSeries systems that support Linux. 10 Higher versions of UltraSparc stations. Other Features S.No. Features Yes No 01 Automated statistics collection and object maintenance. 02 Self-tuning backup and restore. 03 Microsoft.NET integration 04 Java enhancements support 05 Automated client reroute 06 Linux scalability 07 Security 08 Queue-based replication architecture 09 High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) 10 Geodetic Extender
  • 6. 4. Search Engine S.No. Features Yes No 01 Parallel, distributed, and heterogeneous searching capability. 02 Individual and shared team workspaces with built-in collaborative capabilities. 03 Collaborative functional services for other portlets. 04 Web site analytics. 05 Portal metrics. 06 Searching support across distributed, heterogeneous, structured, and unstructured data sources through a single point of access. 07 Capability to handle the logistics to access many diverse sources simultaneously without requiring to know any details about the various search interfaces. 08 Search and retrieve documents from the following types of sources: popular Web search sites and News sites, repositories such as databases, and Doc libraries etc, mail systems ,Instant messaging systems and Web Conferencing, relational databases such as DB2, Oracle, Sybase, MS SQL-Server, and other ODBC-compliant databases. 09 Document management systems support. 10 Major file systems support. 11 LDAP-compliant directories support. 12 Full text indexes such as those that are created with Portal and Domain Index. Search support for following data stores S.No. Data Stores Yes No 01 DB2 Universal Database™ 02 Oracle 03 Lotus Notes® and Lotus Domino databases 04 Popular Web search engines 05 Text or HTML documents 5. Content Management Software S.No. Features Yes No 01 Based on open-standards environment. 02 Portlet-based interface for authoring, previewing and delivery. 03 End-to-end Web content management through Internet, intranet, extranet and portal sites. 04 Able to provide content in back-end systems. 05 Standard and familiar software application programs and native authoring tools. 06 Versioning capability to save and restore historical versions of content and site assets. 07 Application programming interface (API) externalization feature support. 08 Integration with multiplatform such as IBM Domino and DB2, Oracle and Microsoft Access. 09 Support for design and content of pages in a Web site. 10 Support for framework and navigation of a Web site. 11 Support for creation, editing, approval and publication process of a web site's content.
  • 7. 6. Business Process Analysis Software S.No. Features Yes No 01 Able to define organizational structures to support business processes. 02 Able to identify business processes that are performed by each organizational department. 03 Able to visualize, simulate and optimize 'end-to-end' human and automated business process flows. 04 Should eliminate bottlenecks, duplication and redundancy of work. 05 Should optimize processes that affect various departments and suppliers. 06 Able to test the ROI of alternative process redesigns through simulation to arrive at an optimal blueprint. 07 Must Map the data, applications and IT hardware utilized by each process step. 08 Analyze and improve the use of applications, hardware, networks and data structures that support or automate business processes. 09 Locate which systems to integrate or replace to maximize return-on- investment. 10 Utilize 'rule-free' modeling to build network diagrams, UML Use Cases, EPC chains or other kinds of model. 11 Create data structures that support business process flows. 12 Reuse data entities (and their attributes) that have mapped onto process steps in Business Process Modeling. 13 Link directly to Sybase PowerDesigner, Oracle Designer and ERwin to create physical data models or import data designs for process/data analysis. 14 Analyze how information is shared across an organization to perform processes. 15 Create a hierarchical set of data flow diagrams (DFDs) to show data flows at every level of operations. 16 Analyze the relationships and dependencies between people, process and technology. 17 Predict the full impact of change with certainty. 18 Highlight inefficient use of resources and applications. 19 Map data entities onto process steps using CRUD (create, read, update, delete) matrices. 20 Storage in text descriptions, throughput metrics, costs process deliverables associated documents. 21 Support of user-defined object properties. 22 Support of reusable modeling objects. 23 Support of instant change propagation. 24 Support of impact analysis. 25 Instant reporting. 26 Process simulation.

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