The foundation is still being laid for Web 2.0. The right infrastructure hinges on six key areas.
|Scale, by Thomas Claburn|
|Content Management, by Thomas Claburn|
|Security, by Charles Babcock|
|Lightweight Development, by Charles Babcock|
|The User Experience, by Aaron Ricadela|
|Communities, by Aaron Ricadela|
|Interactive Timeline: A Brief History Of Web 2.0|
So how do you create interactive Web sites that play in this world? And what's the business model behind them? Business and technology leaders, including Amazon .com's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft's Ray Ozzie and Debra Chrapaty, Google's Eric Schmidt, Salesforce.com's Marc Benioff, and Skype's Niklas Zennstrom, will take up those subjects this week at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. This much we know: Web 2.0 requires a software and server infrastructure and IT architecture that are very different from Web sites of the past. Following is a discussion of six such areas: scale, content management, security, development techniques, user experience, and community. Web 2.0 companies now have more options and technologies for dealing with them all.
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