Understanding IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5.1 enterprise architecture and design

This white paper describes the various architectural possibilities for an IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5.1 environment. It discusses how each component can be implemented in both a managed and unmanaged configuration, including example deployments, as well as caveats and restrictions for each component.

Andy Yiu (andy_yiu@us.ibm.com), Managing Consultant, IBM

Andy Yiu is a Managing Consultant with IBM Software Services for Lotus (ISSL). He previously worked with IBM Support as a Technical Team Lead for the Sametime Support team. His main experience is with the Sametime family of products, including Sametime Standard Server, Sametime Gateway, Enterprise Meeting Server, and the Sametime 8.5x technologies. Andy has presented several Web casts and Open Mic sessions on Optimizing the Sametime server, on Enterprise Meeting Server deployment, and on Sametime Client Deployments. You can reach him at andy_yiu@us.ibm.com.



30 March 2011

This white paper describes the various architectural possibilities for an IBM Lotus® Sametime® 8.5.1 environment. It discusses how each component can be implemented in both a managed and unmanaged configuration, including example deployments, as well as caveats and restrictions for each component.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Architecture design considerations
  • WAS component architecture
  • Sametime Community services
  • Sametime Classic Meeting services
  • Sametime System Console
  • Sametime Proxy server
  • Sametime Meeting server
  • Sametime Media server
  • Assembling the infrastructure
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • About the author

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White paper in PDF formatSametime851EnterpriseArchitectureDesignFinal.pdf1,296 KB

Resources

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