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Platforms an eBusiness Can Implement
By: Jagadish Chatarji
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    Table of Contents:
  • Platforms an eBusiness Can Implement
  • Which Platform is Best Suited for eBusiness
  • A Brief on Microsoft Technologies
  • A Brief on Open Source Technologies
  • A Brief on Sun Technologies

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    Platforms an eBusiness Can Implement - A Brief on Microsoft Technologies

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    First of all, it is very expensive to work with Microsoft technologies unless we implement a proper ROI strategy.  Microsoft's operating systems (OSs) are always prone to attack from hacking, viruses, or other sources.  Another issue with Microsoft is that they are contantly launching new products and new versions of their products very quickly.  They even go deeply into changing the "fundamental" OS.  This is being criticized by several experts around the world.  It requires contant upgrades and more spending.  But, you know that 80% of the global desktop market in owned by Windows OS.

    If I need to implement only Microsoft products, I would do that using the following:

    Operating System - Windows Server 2003 (bit reliable when compared with previous OS)

    Firewall and server side caching - ISA 2004

    Database - SQL Server 2000

    Web Development - ASP.NET (Part of .NET)

    Middle tier development - COM+, Remoting, Windows Services, IIS etc.

    Mail Server - Exchange Server

    SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) - ASP.NET XML Web Services

    Mobile development- ASP.NET

    Enterprise Content Management - Content Management Server 2002

    Ware House or Mining - SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services

    Virtualization - Virtual Server 2005

    But, if we really implement all of the above, I must invest almost 5 times more than the open source or Sun options.  If we are to buy Microsoft's technologies, we need not buy them all.  The database giant, Oracle is also well supported on Microsoft platform to replace MS SQL Server.  Apart from all of the above, Microsoft still has 10+ servers to meet other requirements.

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