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1. Open Client for Linux @ IBM Thomas Fischnaller Project Manager Open Client Europe Deployment

2. 2 Agenda

3. IBM?s Open Client Strategy

4. 4 IBM?s Client Strategy IBM?s client strategy is a customer driven strategy, based around Flexibility and choice of client platform and operating system Pervasive and embedded clients as well as desktops Reduced total cost of ownership, especially through server-managed clients Cross-platform client application development through Eclipse Rich Client Platform Linux plays a key role in the wider IBM Client strategy

5. 5 IBM?s Open Client Strategy Provide applications and desktop services that can work on different operating system ? centrally provisioned and managed Focus on Open Standards based solutions Align with IBM product strategy and exploit IBM Research technology Create Solutions that can be replicated with IBM clients Lead the industry in integrated open client platforms Increase employee productivity/satisfaction and decrease TCO Provide IBM internal population with the ?right? client platform based on business role Speedup migration of existing business applications to the web Establish IBM Workplace as integrating platform for end user capability

6. 6 Open Document Format (ODF) Defined by OASIS OpenDocument technical committee Only (!) standard for editable office documents developed within an open community Standard XML based document format (xml in zip) Format is public available Standardized and first version published by Oasis in May 2005 ISO certification in May 2006 IBM has three members of the technical committee Is the default file format for Productivity Tools .odt, .ods, .odp

7. Open Client for Linux Deployment

8. 8 Goals It is important that IBM showcase an enterprise deployments of Open Client. This project must support and demonstrate IBM commitment to Open Client Provide Linux Client as a supported, internal service offering Deployment of Open Client for Linux to the targeted segment Migration of users from the earlier versions of Linux client

9. 9 Approach Pragmatic and deliberate approach Start by looking at end user usage and determine where Linux is appropriate Deployment on a volunteer basis -> ?Community Approach?

10. 10 IBM Client Platform Environment - Standardized Support Central Help Desk Web ticketing SME Local support IBM Standard Solutions Finder Hardware Corporate wide standard: Windows and Linux End to end Workstation Asset Management Software/Applications Has been long accepted in the Windows environment Corporate Integration: Intranet, Eclipse, ODF, and so on Processes Asset Management: Data tracking, Planning, and so on Infrastructure Image delivery User Profiling Authentication BluePage classification IBM Standard Asset Manager

11. 11 Image distribution

12. 12 Image distribution

13. 13 User Segmentation Participating in Open Source projects Building Linux server hardware Developing Linux software applications Creating Linux service offerings Using Linux based engineering design tools Researching new technologies Marketing Linux solutions Supporting customer's Linux deployments

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15. 15 2006 Timelines

16. 16 Pilot Users Survey ? June 2006

17. 17 Pilot Users Survey ? June 2006

18. 18 Pilot Users Survey ? June 2006

19. 19 Deployment Status ? June 2006

20. 20 Deployment Status ? June 2006

21. 21 Key to success Enterprise integration Standardization Pragmatic approach: Profiling and segmentation Communication The right type and level of Support Education & Training Tools Processes Employee Awareness and Skills Awareness-Sessions Know-How Sessions (E-Learnings, Classroom-Trainings) Intranetpages Presentations Line of Business Buy-in and support

22. Open Client for Linux

23. 23 High-level Architecture Selective install of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation ?Standard? - selective install for users ?Developer? - selective install for developres Integration of the Linux Client into the IBM Enterprise Customization for business units / user segments

24. 24 Applications Productivity Tools Notes 7 Client Sametime 7.5 Firefox YUM SPLX from Trend Micro (Antivirus tool) Workstation Security Tool (WST) Firewall (from Redhat + IBM rules via IP-tables) Terminal Emulation Tivoli Storage Manager (Backup & Recovery) IBM Print Solution (developed by IBM Research Lab in Haifa and Print Team in Germany) IBM Thinkpad Utilities and many more ?. Hibernation/sleep mode are not something we are going to step ahead of Redhat on future support reasons. We acknowledge the deficiency but await future Redhat enhancements to address this.Hibernation/sleep mode are not something we are going to step ahead of Redhat on future support reasons. We acknowledge the deficiency but await future Redhat enhancements to address this.

25. 25 IBM Workplace Server-based Productivity tools (local) Notes-plugin -> Notes 7 Client (local) Currently in the transition to Hannover IBM Workplace Managed Client 2.6 on Linux http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247208.html?Open

26. 26 Installation Procedure

27. Questions?

28. Thanks ! Thomas Fischnaller Hollerithstrasse 1 D-81829 M?nchen thomas_fischnaller@de.ibm.com

29. Backup Slides

30. 30 User Segmentation

31. 31 Client Development Global Team Project Development Team responsible for Project Management Coordination with Business Units regarding requirement profiles Coordination with internal & external suppliers Schedules, Milestones, etc. IBM internal Open Source Development Model Core-Team of dedicated resources for timecritical components Free ?Developerscloud? for new components, enhancements, etc. QA Test-Team and internal Service Provider (IBM Global Account) for Test and Roll-out

32. 32 The IBM Workplace Concept A dynamic environment that brings together a ?composition? of collaborative tools, applications and connections required by the business situations Compose capabilities are based on the users identity, role and targeted to the business process context Server managed to multiple device types and multiple access modes Extensible to increase organizational responsiveness and agility

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34. 34 Workplace Client Technology (Key aspects)


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