Software as a Service: Building multi-tenant mashups with widgets for RESTful services using Lotus Widget Factory, Lotus Mashups and WebSphere sMash

See how Lotus Widget Factory and Lotus Mashups can be used to build and deploy tenant specific configurable widgets in access controlled mashup pages in a sample multi-tenant banking application. Then watch how these widgets can be used to invoke RESTful Web services running in tenant specific instances of WebSphere sMash in the sample application.

Hemalatha Rajendran (hrajendr@in.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM

Hemalatha is a member of the IBM Software Group, Information Management team in India. As a WebSphere Software Engineer, Hemalatha has a strong focus on WebSphere and Java technology. She provides lab services and solutions support.



Ramesh Lakshminarasimhan (lramesh@in.ibm.com), Software Developer, IBM

Ramesh is a member of IBM Software Group, Information Management team in India. As a Tivoli automation architect, Ramesh has a strong focus on Tivoli automation products and provides lab services and solutions.



David Carew (carew@us.ibm.com), e-Business Software Architect, IBM

David provides education, enablement, and consulting to IBM business partners. He joined IBM in 1988 and has held a variety of positions in development, from writing the code to control industrial robots to writing device drivers for IBM AIX Wide Area Network devices. Somewhere along the way he learned Java, picked up an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and started consulting for Developer Relations. David is a Sun Certified Java Programmer, Certified Java Developer, Certified Architect for Java Technology and Certified Web Component Developer.



Indrajit Poddar (ipoddar@us.ibm.com), Software Architect, IBM

Indrajit Poddar (IP) is a member of the Strategy, Technology, Architecture, and Incubation team at IBM Software Group Strategy, where he leads several integration PoCs for building composite business services.



29 April 2009

See how Lotus® Widget Factory and Lotus Mashups can be used to build and deploy tenant specific configurable widgets in access controlled mashup pages in a sample multi-tenant banking application. Then watch how these widgets can be used to invoke RESTful Web services running in tenant specific instances of WebSphere sMash in the sample application.

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TranscriptWS44_demo_script.pdf445KB
Deployment code and setup instructionsMashups.zip6.1MB

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