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Project Vulcan

Project Vulcan

Uffe Sorensen

Social Business Collaboration Director

IBM SWG – Europe, Middle-East & Africa

uffe@dk.ibm.com

@uffesorensen

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usorensen

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Lotus Notes: An open, integrated platform…

Compelling to business users

● High productivity complete

collaboration environment

● Integrates team, social, and unified

communications capabilities

● Choice of client OS: Linux, Windows,

Mac

● Mobility: Nokia, BlackBerry, iOS,

Windows Mobile, desktop browsers,

Android, ...

Supports rapid application

development and deployment

● Eclipse-based Designer

● XPages to modernize web

applications

● Leverages existing expertise and

applications

Yields cost savings of 30% or more

(compared with Notes 7.x)

● Admin 30% / Storage 50%

● IBM saves 70+ petabytes = $M


Gartner on the future of e-mail …

Analyst Matt Cain's presentation on e-mail at Gartner's 2009 Portal and Collaboration conference


Notes and Domino Milestones

● Notes/Domino 8.5.2 release – August 2010

─ Incremental feature enhancements to Notes/Domino/DWA

─ Domino Designer: New editors, controls

─ Quality improvements

─ Performance optimization

─ Better deployment/management

─ Notes Traveler on Linux, full iOS calendar, mobile installer

● Notes Traveler

─ 8.5.2: Linux server, Mobile Installer

─ Traveler Companion for iOS: Now receive and send encrypted mail

─ 8.5.2.1: Android client

● Plug-ins from Tungle, Gist

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Additional Notes and Domino 2010 Milestones

● March 2010: Free developer and test images on IBM Cloud,

Amazon EC 2

● November 2010: Blackberry Enterprise Server Express for Domino

● December 2010: Clustering available 1/1/11 in Domino Collaboration

Express

● Catalog.lotus.com updates

● Major contributions to OpenNTF.org

─ Download volume up 20% Y2Y

─ “Un-release” vehicle

─ One example: New XPages Extension Library – 68 new controls in

one package

─ More coming soon

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LotusLive Notes—From “coming soon” to “zoom”

Best-in-class enterprise cloud messaging

● Hybrid deployment model

● Accessed through the Internet via included

Notes client or browser

● Integrated Sametime instant messaging

● Seamless dashboard integration across

LotusLive

● Included anti-spam/anti-virus

● Available mobile services

● 99.9% SLO

● 25 GB mailbox





April 2010 – Beta

June 2010 – Limited availability

August 2010 – General availability

October 2010 -- 2 nd Release

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Enterprise e-mail and Collaboration in the Cloud

LotusLive Engage

Starting at US $8

An integrated suite of tools that

combines your business

network with collaboration and

coferencing services

Complete

Collaboration

Suite – US $10

/ user / month

LotusLive Notes

Starting at US $5

An online version of IBM's

popular Lotus Notes e-mail,

calendaring and scheduling

product

● Access your LotusLive Notes mail account

─ Navigation integrated into the LotusLive browser

experience

● LotusLive Activities plug-in

─ Surface LotusLive activities in the Lotus Notes

client sidebar

● LotusLive Meetings plug-in

─ Launch your own – or join another – LotusLive

meeting from the Lotus Notes client sidebar

● Sametime community

─ Add LotusLive community to your Lotus

Sametime client (embedded or stand-alone)

configuration

● RSS feeds

─ Surface any feed-enabled content in the Lotus

Notes client sidebar

● SAML-based SSO to LotusLive services



SAML supported for a web only user experience

SAML based SSO when with Notes 8.5.1 FP5+

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New in 2011:

Domino Applications in the Cloud

The new Domino Utility Server for LotusLive offers:

● Solution for Domino applications in the cloud or integration with

LotusLive Notes deployments

● Use any access method: The Lotus Notes client included in LotusLive

Notes for mail and apps, or a browser

● IBM Cloud offering, plus others (e.g. Amazon)

● Customers bring existing licenses or new pay-as-you-go flexibility – in as

small as hourly increments

● Managed as part of existing Domino deployments or by IBM xSP partners

● Developer, test, and production images on IBM Cloud today, more OSs

and choices coming

● Developer and test images on Amazon today

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Lotus Symphony 3 – Shipped November, 2010


Lotus Symphony 3 represents the biggest

advancement since we launched public beta of V1 in

fall of 2007


Rebased on OpenOffice.org 3 code stream –

consistent with the OpenOffice.org community

versioning scheme



New capabilities and user experience enhancements

throughout

Major focus on improved support for Microsoft Office

file format and interoperability with Microsoft Office

users

New Features Interoperability Enhancements

• ODF 1.2 Support

• Support OLE objects

• Business Card,

envelope and Label

templates

• Add-on installer for

Notes

• Signed Plugins

• MS VB Macro support

• MS Office 2007 Import

and fidelity improved

• Interoperability with

OOo improved

• Graphics objects

rendering improved


Right Sidebar


Chart Support


User Experience


Richer Java & LS API's


New Toolkit

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Symphony 3 adoption

● Fixpack 1 now available

● Plug-in installers available – No need to upgrade your Notes 8.5.x clients

● LotusLive Connector available – for both Symphony 3 and OpenOffice

● Lotus Symphony Multi-media library now available

● Lotus Symphony Quickstart engagements available—contact your IBM rep

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Lotus Protector

● Protector for Mail Security 2.5.1 release – December 2010

─ Anti-Spam Efficacy Improvements

─ ICAP Interface

● Protector for Mail Encryption 2.1 released – December 2010

─ Email encryption to anyone

─ Highly configurable access/delivery methods

● Near-term updates

─ Protector for Mail Security 2.5.2 – expected Q2 2011

─ Protector for Mail Encryption 2.5 – expected Q3 2011

─ Themes

– Extended support for other Lotus platforms

– iOS and Mobile device support

– Enhanced recipient delivery methods

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Notes and Domino 8.5.x

● At least one maintenance release planned during 2011

─ Primarily quality and consumability efforts

─ Some feature work, especially in Designer/XPages

─ Symbian^3 support (Nokia) planned in Notes Traveler 8.5.x

● Fixpacks for 8.5.x stream planned at regular intervals

● Marketing and awareness focus:

─ Developer opportunities and power of XPages

─ ISV solutions, enhancing the value of subscription and support

─ Example: GBS's Evolution Transformer for modernizing Notes/Domino apps

● Don't forget, end-of-service date for Notes/Domino 7.0.x: April 2011

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IBM Social Business Toolkit …

Available NOW


IBM Social Business Toolkit …

opensocial

Gadgets

iWidgets

Open AJAX

iCal

Coming in Domino Designer

'Next:' added XPages support

and Social APIs


… no comments ...

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Exceptional

Experience

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Targeting mobile devices

Apple iOS Google Android Nokia Symbian Blackberry

● Users are increasingly demanding access to applications on mobile devices

─ Strategy: Provide a consistent solution capability across the leading smartphone

platforms, iOS, Android, Symbian, Blackberry

● IBM is investing in supporting the needs of developers to target multiple

platforms

─ Starting with Domino XPages apps and Connections mobile web

─ Designing and optimizing for mobile devices from the start of new releases

─ Plan to provide an extensible Social App driven by Connections and the IBM Social

Business Toolkit activity stream. Substantial new opportunities to quickly mobilize a

wide range of existing applications to the major platforms, with consistent

extensibility across platforms

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Lotus Notes/Domino: “next” highlights …

File share embedded

experience in email

● First class web experience

integrated with social and

unified communications

capabilities – a single URL to

all your collaboration tools

● Receive notifications and

interact with shared content

“in place”

● Easily post content to multiple

systems

● Using XPages and

OpenSocial, easily make

Domino apps “social”


Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

Elements of a next generation user experience

Aggregated Activity Stream helping

with information overload

Embedded Experiences

simplifying user actions

Moving from sending to sharing

Optimized Mobile Access

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

Enterprise

Activity Stream

Mail widget for

inbox access

Calendar widget

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

Apps menu includes

all other applications

a user has access to

including 3 rd party

extensions.

Site-wide Settings,

Identity and access

to My Profile

“Quick Look” dropdowns for

mail, calendar, people and

places triggered on hover

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

File share embedded

experience in email

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

Share Box is available

from any destination.

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Vulcan

Persistent access to

Sametime functionality.

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Exceptional

Experience: Project Concord

Collaborative,

simultaneous editing with

commenting and tasks

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Notes/Domino “Next”

Conceptual objectives

● Innovation




Improve end-user ability to focus by aggregating essential information and providing pivots for

projects, topics, people and goals

Interact more productively using integrated collaboration services (on-premises or cloud delivery)

Leverage social information to further improve collaboration with stakeholders

● Convergence



Direct path to cloud by providing familiar user experience, easy interactions with installed clients

Support expanding populations on web/mobile devices as their primary/only client by providing an

exceptional user experience at lower cost with a rich, consistent set of capabilities

● Continuity




Rapidly deploy new releases, shortening time-to-value and to leverage innovative capabilities

Leverage LotusLive-driven improvements to reduce the administration cost for Domino servers

Continue to leverage Notes/Domino as a critical business tool; carry forward and evolve Notes apps

© 2011 IBM Corporation


Notes/Domino “Next”

Conceptual objectives

● Innovation




Improve end-user ability to focus by aggregating essential information and providing pivots for

projects, topics, people and goals

Interact more productively using integrated collaboration services (on-premises or cloud delivery)

Leverage social information to further improve collaboration with stakeholders

● Convergence



Direct path to cloud by providing familiar user experience, easy interactions with installed clients

Support expanding populations on web/mobile devices as their primary/only client by providing an

exceptional user experience at lower cost with a rich, consistent set of capabilities

● Continuity




Rapidly deploy new releases, shortening time-to-value and to leverage innovative capabilities

Leverage LotusLive-driven improvements to reduce the administration cost for Domino servers

Continue to leverage Notes/Domino as a critical business tool; carry forward and evolve Notes apps

BETA in 2011, via LotusLive Labs; Planned for delivery in 2012

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Themes for future releases of Domino

● Leverage our experience and expertise from building

LotusLive Notes

─ SAML authentication

─ Automated user provisioning

● Automated server upgrades

● Fast fail and preventative restarts

● Integration of adjacent capabilities

─ Across IBM server technology

─ Lotus Protector product family – integrated admin/management

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Lotus Domino + XPages + Domino Designer

● The RADD platform for developing collaborative, workflow-based, applications

● Seamless integration with Social Business services

─ Access to Connections data though REST services and single sign-on

─ Planned easy integration with the IBM Social Business Toolkit

● Reminders

─ Domino has already adopted key standards: Dojo, OSGi, etc.

─ Domino features a production-proven, performant, NoSQL store

─ The XPages Extension Library on openNTF provides unmatched productivity for

writing OneUI, standards-based, applications integrated with the broader portfolio

● Future direction

─ New Web 2.0 enabled templates (Teamroom...) will be soon available on openNTF

─ Domino Next is planned to provide an OpenSocial Container and will generate

gadgets out of XPages, and participate in embedded experiences

─ Domino Next is planned to provide data access through REST services, including

calendaring and other higher level services

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Notes “Next”

● IBM ProjectVulcan” user

experience

● Activity stream, ShareBox,

other consistent componentry

● Increased focus on

consumability and deployment

● Web and mobile experiences

accelerate

● XPages, XPages, XPages

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What changes “next”

● Focus on making individual users more productive in order to

enhance overall collaboration

─ The inbox is no longer the center of gravity for collaboration

● Cloud—an integral part of delivery model; absorb complexity

● Web/mobile are primary user experiences

● Productivity tools move to background, collaboration around

content moves to center

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What doesn't change “next”

● All your Notes apps continue to run

─ Opportunities to transition to XPages abound

● Core architecture for Notes/Domino

● Commitment to interoperability, flexibility, low TCO

● Strong partner ecosystem

● Linked value across IBM collaboration portfolio

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IBM Lotus Symphony Family– Roadmap

FP1

1Q2011

Symphony 3.0

4Q 2010

OO 3.x code base

ODF 1.2

VB Macro

MS Office 2007 Support cont'd

LotusLive Symphony

2H2011

New! Web based editors

Co-edit, Task Management, Commenting,

One-click Styling

LotusLive Symphony

Tech Preview 3 1Q2011

Presentations

LotusLive Symphony

Tech Preview2 !

Word processing & spreadsheets

FP2

3Q2011

FPx

2Q2012

Symphony 3.x

1Q2012

Maintenance Release

Roll-up of prior fixpacks

Updated OS platforms

Fidelity fixes

Performance improvement

1 st hour UX

LotusLive Symphony Next

Updates in coordination with LotusLive schedule.

Planning to support private cloud implementations.

Symphony 3.x

1Q2013

VB Macro cont'd

Concord/Symphony Synergy

MS 2007 support cont'd

1 Million row spreadsheet

UX cont'd

Symphony 3.x

1Q 2014

File format interoprability

cont'd

Solution Enablement

Linked Value

The information on the new product is intended to outline our general product direction and it

should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on the new

product is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.

The information on the new product is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to

deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, 34 release, and timing of any

features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion


Call to Action

● If you have not already, upgrade to Notes/Domino 8.5.2

● Consider money-saving, fast-acting benefits of Lotus

Symphony and Lotus Protector family

● Evaluate LotusLive Notes+Engage for the best in cloud

collaboration

● Learn XPages

● Be a reference customer – tell your story

© 2011 IBM Corporation


Thank you !

uffe@dk.ibm.com

@uffesorensen

#getsocial11

usorensen

© 2011 IBM Corporation


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