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Highlights of the Software Architecture IBM Lotus Web Content Management (LWCM)

There are several different ways you can choose to deliver IBM Lotus Web Content Management content to users, including rendering portlets, a specialized servlet, and pre-rendered sites.
There are four different methods available to deliver Web Content Management sites.

Local Rendering Portlet (Web Content Viewer)

Lotus Web Content Management content can be delivered via a Local Rendering Portlet located on the same server as a Web Content Management application.

Remote Rendering Portlet (Remote Web Content Viewer)

Lotus Web Content Management content can be delivered via a Remote Rendering Portlet located on a IBM WebSphere® Portal server. A Web Content Management application is not required.

Web Content Management servlet

Lotus Web Content Management content can be delivered as a standard Web Site via the Lotus Web Content Management servlet that is installed with the application.

Pre-rendered sites

Lotus Web Content Management content can also be delivered as a standard Web site via a pre-rendered site.

Figure 2. A set of delivery applications can be installed as a cluster.

A set of delivery applications can be installed as a cluster. This provides in-built redundancy. A load-balancer can be used in-front of a clustered set of delivery applications.

Figure 3. Syndication is enabled between the staging application and all delivery applications.

Figure 4.  Staging applications can Syndicate to more than one cluster of delivery applications allowing separate delivery clusters to be installed at different locations.

 

 

 

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