Close look at opportunities where we're competing against proprietary content management systems, often Adobe Enterprise Manager (aka CQ 5) and sometimes Sitecore.
An Overview of CQ5 The following diagram illustrates the interrelationship between CQand other operational elements; which may be products from Day
Servlet EngineThe Servlet Engine acts as the server within which each CQ (and CRX if used) instance runs as a webapplication.Any Servlet Engine supporting the Servlet API 2.4 (or higher) can be used.Although you can run CQ WCM without an application server, a Servlet Engine is needed. Both CRX, and therefore CQ WCM, ship with Day’s CQSE (CQ Servlet Engine), which you can use freely and which is fully supported.CQ5The common foundation of the CQ5 platform provides a basis for the interoperability and seamless integration of all CQ applications. This is available to both:
the applications that are integral to CQ itself
any customized applications developed for the CQ5 platform.
CQ5 platform allows you to build convincing content-centric applications. The Graphical User crossing point has been completely re-engineered using AJAX, It allows to do Web Content Management, Workflow Management, Digital Asset Management and Social teamwork.