Many users rely on PDF viewing, annotation, and manipulation tools when working with documents, especially in case management scenarios such as policy and claim document management within the Insurance industry. In many of these systems, users are forced to download PDFs to the local machine in order to work with the document within Adobe Acrobat. […]
One of the key TSG efforts for the end of 2018 is extending Amazon’s DynamoDB to include document management capabilities with connectivity to the all of the TSG products including the OpenContent Search, OpenContent Case, OpenAnnotate and OpenMigrate. This post will present our plans and roadmaps along with key dates.
One of the ongoing myths about DynamoDB for Document Management we hear too often is “but isn’t that just for big data?” This post will try to explain the benefits of DynamoDB’s big data capabilities and data model in a Document Management context compared to traditional database systems. Examples will include how we are currently […]
As an Amazon Web Services Partner, TSG has begun developing out our document management solution for DynamoDB, we have been surprised with some of the implementation differences between DynamoDB and Hadoop / HBase. This post will dive into the differences in building we have encountered some examples while building out our ECM/Content Process Services solution.
In discussing our next steps as part of our Amazon Web Services practice, one exciting item TSG is pursuing this quarter will be focused on Amazon DynamoDB and adding Enterprise Content Management capabilities. This post will begin a series of posts on our design and development activities to provide an OpenContent connection to Amazon DynamoDB.