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Bluenog Introduces Integrated Suite of Enterprise CMS, Portal, and BI Software
Integrated Collaborative Environment Leverages Open Source, Web 2.0 Technologies

Bluenog announced the availability of Bluenog ICE 4.0, the integrated suite of content management (ECM or CMS), portal, and business intelligence (BI) software. Bluenog ICE is an “Integrated Collaborative Environment” that leverages Web 2.0 technologies. The suite’s tight integration eliminates application silos, reduces total cost of ownership, and accelerates application development. Ready integration with third-party software, including other vendors’ ECM, portal, and BI offerings, further reduces cost and increases deployment flexibility. Bluenog ICE is based on open source software, and customers receive the suite’s source code. More information about Bluenog ICE is available at www.bluenog.com.

Enterprises Benefit from Tight Integration
Bluenog ICE’s tight integration of ECM, portal, and BI functionality frees IT organizations from the burden of selecting and manually integrating stand-alone offerings from separate vendors and later maintaining the integration and coordinating the vendors’ technical support services. This reduces the time, cost, and risk of developing, deploying, and managing the software. The integration also enables security, administration, and deployment to be shared across the suite’s three components, increasing data security and user convenience.

Bluenog ICE: an Integrated Collaborative Environment

Bluenog ICE consists of three modules:

  • Bluenog CMS: an enterprise content management (ECM) system that securely creates, manages, publishes, and repurposes a wide range of content for use on the Web, in print, and by enterprise applications
  • Bluenog RichPortal: a rich Internet application (RIA) portal development environment that provides secure access to dynamic content, reporting functionality, and enterprise applications via a highly customizable and interactive user interface
  • Bluenog BI: a powerful tool that enables non-technical users to securely design, view, distribute, and interact with reports based on data stored throughout the enterprise

Seamless Enterprise-Wide Integration
Bluenog ICE runs on popular application servers, including Glassfish, JBoss, Tomcat, and WebLogic, as well as popular database servers, including DB2, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server. Enterprise applications, such as Oracle Financials, SAP, and Banner, are also supported. Bluenog ICE can also work seamlessly with third-party CMS, portal, and BI offerings, increasing deployment flexibility and protecting customers’ previous IT investments. Bluenog ICE may be used with the most popular development frameworks, including J2EE, PHP, PERL, and other scripting languages.

“Nearly every enterprise requires CMS, portal, and BI capabilities, and tightly integrating this functionality delivers compelling benefits,” said Suresh Kuppusamy, chief executive officer, Bluenog. “Bluenog ICE’s pre-built integration eliminates the time, cost and risk of integrating separate vendors’ CMS, portal, and BI software and provides other advantages, such as unified security, administration, and deployment.”

For more information on Bluenog contact Christian Danella, christian@prequent.com at Prequent.

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I found this related blogpost:
http://blog.contenthere.net/2008/09/bluenog-subtly-forks-hippo.html
If I would look at "reducing cost", I would download Hippo CMS & Hippo portal from www.hippocms.org.
For support I would also look at the company which builded the software (www.onehippo.com).


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brian wrote: I found this related blogpost: http://blog.contenthere.net/2008/09/bluenog-subtly-forks-hippo.html If I would look at "reducing cost", I would download Hippo CMS & Hippo portal from www.hippocms.org. For support I would also look at the company which builded the software (www.onehippo.com).
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