TSG recently completed the movement from an onsite Documentum installation to Documentum in the OpenText cloud for one of our long-time clients in a highly regulated industry. The client had considered Documentum SAAS from Dell VMWare cloud back when VMWare was part of EMC. This also wasn’t the newly announced OpenText partnership with Google or […]
Last week wrapped up Momentum 2015, the Documentum User Group conference component of EMC World. We have been posting on our attendance throughout the week. This post will present our final thoughts.
Last week, we put together an overview of migrations and OpenMigrate for one of our partners. The overview had a couple of interesting analogies regarding migrations as well as best practices that we will share in this post.
Two weeks ago we completed several of the largest Documentum migrations and upgrades we’ve ever seen. With short outage windows, we helped plan and support our client’s migration of their Documentum systems from a data center in the southeast US to the Rockies while simultaneously upgrading the repositories from Documentum 6.5 to 6.7 SPx. Altogether […]
Recently one of our large pharmaceutical clients replaced a Documentum interface in a .NET application with access to an HPI Portal cache. The HPI Portal cache utilizes Apache Solr to store and serve approved content outside of Documentum for scalability and business continuity. This change resolved a significant maintenance problem for the application team, removed […]
Documentum – EMC World/Momentum 2013 – Day .5 Migration and Upgrades: Upgrade to Lower costs and Unleash the Power of EMC Documentum Platform 7.0
Attending the first session with David Mennie, Patrick Walsh and Peggy Ringhousen – Peggy did a great job last year with the D2 Unveiling last year so I thought I would check this out. Got some great information and preview of later presentations.
Starting in Documentum Content Server 6.6, using the eSignature mechanism uses iText rather than PDF Fusion to create the electronic signature page. Documentum made this move to iText in order to be able to support creating eSignatures when the content server was running on a Unix/Linux environment, which was previously unsupported. Using the eSignature mechanism […]
As many Documentum customers know, the end of 2012 saw the initial official release of Documentum D7, something that was announced back at EMC World in May. We have recently been evaluating the release to determine what’s new, what’s changed, and what the potential impacts could be for our clients as they plan for the […]
Back in July, we wrote a lessons learned post regarding upgrading from Documentum 6.5 to Documentum 6.7. We have a client that recently completed, by himself, a Documentum upgrade from 6.5 SP3 to 6.7 SP1. While TSG often assists clients in the Documentum upgrade process, some clients are very capable of performing upgrades on their […]