TSG has been working with a client recently that needs the ability to print directly to the repository. This post will present both the old way of printing to the repository as well as our new OpenContent Print Driver to allow printing to the repository with a consistent web-based indexing user experience.
TSG recently posted an article with Document Strategy on the Vision for Content Services Platform /ECM 2.0 for 2020 and beyond. As part of our year-end wrap-up for 2019 and prepping for 2020, we conducted a deeper dive interview with Dave Giordano, our founder, on his thoughts on the market and his predictions for 2020. […]
As clients are preparing for 2020, TSG has seen an uptick in the number of requests for OpenMigrate support for migrating from legacy repositories (FileNet, ImagePlus, Mobius, CMOD…..) to a new modern ECM 2.0 repository. TSG will typically recommend a “one step” migration where OpenMigrate can both retrieve documents from the legacy repository and store […]
TSG has recently been working with multiple clients who are considering whether to deploy their Content Management platform in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud instead of on premise. The discussion typically boils down to “how much would it cost for me to deploy this in the cloud vs procuring hardware and software licenses?” This […]
Recently Gartner Analyst and long-time ECM evangelist Marko Sillapaa posted an interesting article titled “Why Build a Content Services Platform from Scratch?” . In the article Marko correctly points out that “build your own” isn’t easy and it’s better to avoid home grown solutions where support could be required for 20 years. An alternative viewpoint comes […]
In May of 2019, Technology Services Group initiated an 11 Billion Document DynamoDB benchmark, which was completed in June 2019. With the success of the benchmark, TSG was able to successfully demonstrate that AWS, DynamoDB, Elasticsearch and our OpenContent, OpenAnnotate and OpenMigrate products could scale to an unprecedented level and represented the next evolution of […]
DynamoDB and Hadoop/HBase as a Document Store – How Key Design can be used to reduce index requirements
TSG continues to have success with Hadoop/HBase and DynamoDB as alternatives to legacy ECM platforms that rely on relational databases. As more clients adopt modern NoSQL platforms for ECM, we are seeing additional and interesting benefits from NoSQL/Key-Value database. This post will highlight the ‘key’ design in these Key-Value databases to allow for massively scalable […]
In June, 2019, Technology Services Group completed an unprecedented 11 billion document benchmark leveraging Amazon Web Services and specifically DynamoDB and Elasticsearch. As with any of our enterprise class solutions, we didn’t view the benchmark as complete without a disaster recovery process in place. This post will share our architecture approach and lessons learned from […]
Dave Giordano, CEO of TSG, recently sat down with Alan Pelz-Sharpe to discuss our recent 11 Billion File Benchmark on AWS and DynamoDB. Additionally, hear Dave’s thoughts on the future of ECM and why companies are considering alternatives to the traditional ECM Suite.