While TSG will continue posting our experience on clients that are moving from Documentum to Alfresco, this will be our last posting for our series over the summer of 2010. Summaries of the articles are presented below:
- Documentum Migration to Alfresco – in our first post, we discussed the reasons why clients are choosing to move. Detailed points included price, upgrade, software audit, open source, extranet, development environment, web content management and available tools.
- Pricing – This post identified differences in the Documentum and Alfresco pricing model.
- User Interface Overview – This post compared interfaces from Documentum and Alfresco.
- Development Environment – This post discussed the different development environments components including development framework, API Interface, Web Service Interface, Query Interface, Repository Configuration and Development Community.
- Object Model – This post discussed underlying object model and differences between the two platforms.
- Document Creation – This post discussed how documents are created and imported into either tool.
- InputAccel – This post discussed how to use InputAccel with either Documentum or Alfresco.
- Support – This post discussed support differences and approaches.
- Document Control – This post went into detail on different components required for Document Control and how to leverage Alfresco.
- Documentum Webpublisher and Alfresco – With the announcement that Web Publisher is going away, this post addressed how to leverage Alfresco for an Open Source alternative.
If you liked the series or have other ideas for additional posts, please attach a comment.
Douglas C. R. Paes says
How about a article comparing the products installation?
Dirk van der Walt says
I find this very useful, do you have any comments on the XML side? XML Applications in Documentum and the equivalent in Alfresco