IBM Workplace Collaboration Services: Release 2.5 Deployment Guide

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 16 October 2005

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ISBN-10: 0738493694
ISBN-13: 9780738493695
IBM Form #: SG24-6777-00
(704 pages)

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Authors: Philip Monson, Jeffrey Slone, Tatjana Savov, Edward Dussourd, Michael Rousseaux, Heiko Mueller, Barbara Koch, Annette Riffe


IBM, a leader in collaboration, has created IBM Workplace Collaboration Services--a new completely, integrated collaborative environment based on open standards. IBM Workplace Collaboration Services provides a wide range of integrated, ready-to-use communication and collaboration capabilities as services for the IBM Workplace environment.

This includes capabilities such e-mail, calendaring and scheduling, presence and awareness, instant messaging, learning, team spaces, Web conferencing, and document and Web content management.

This IBM Redbooks publication is an installation and deployment guide for IBM Workplace Collaboration Services Release 2.5. We provide detailed installation procedures for Microsoft Windows and Novell SUSE Linux and highlight clustered deployment.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Workplace Collaboration Services, Release 2.5
Chapter 2. Planning
Chapter 3. Configuring LDAP for Workplace Collaboration Services
Chapter 4. Deploying IBM Workplace Collaboration Services (Microsoft Windows)
Chapter 5. Installing Workplace Collaboration Services on Linux using console mode
Chapter 6. Clustered deployment: Workplace Collaboration Services
Chapter 7. Post-deployment configuration
Chapter 8. Configuring IBM Workplace Collaboration Services network security (SSL)
Chapter 9. Large-scale implementations
Chapter 10. Integration
Chapter 11. Tips and troubleshooting
Appendix A. Abbreviated Workplace Collaboration Services Deployment (Windows)
Appendix B. Useful commands
Appendix C. Adding IBM Workplace Managed Client to an existing clustered deployment
Appendix D. Installing Oracle Client on Linux

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