Designing a Solid, Lasting Landscape for Your SAP Enterprise Portal Implementation: Using the Most Effective Technical Options to Meet Your Key Requirements

  • by Rizwan Uqaili, SAP Practice Director, Fujitsu America
  • November 15, 2004
The only way to keep pace with the unavoidable, exponential growth of your SAP Enterprise Portal landscape without incurring significant cost, rework, and production interruptions is to base its design on a deliberate growth strategy. In the first installment of this two-part article series, I showed you how to precisely define your portal landscape requirements for today and tomorrow. Using five sample landscapes that can serve as a basis for your own design, this second installment discusses the specific technical options available to you for designing and sizing your portal landscape, and how to choose the ones that most effectively meet your identified needs.
The only way to keep pace with the unavoidable, exponential growth of your SAP Enterprise Portal landscape without incurring significant cost, rework, and production interruptions is to base its design on a deliberate growth strategy. In the first installment of this two-part article series, I showed you how to precisely define your portal landscape requirements for today and tomorrow. Using five sample landscapes that can serve as a basis for your own design, this second installment discusses the specific technical options available to you for designing and sizing your portal landscape, and how to choose the ones that most effectively meet your identified needs.

Rizwan Uqaili

Rizwan Uqaili is an SAP Practice Director with Fujitsu America. Rizwan and his team help clients leverage the service orientation that forms the basis of the SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) platform and helps them with the composition of their business processes. Rizwan has been a key speaker at various industry conferences. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and received his MBA from Clark University.

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