After the successful 11 Billion Document Benchmark with DynamoDB, we had a discussion with a couple of the major analysts as well as a nice shout-out from Jeff Potts on ECM Architect. We received a ton of great feedback on the scale of what we were able to accomplish along with lots of discussion specifically […]
DynamoDB and Hadoop / HBase – What are some of the differences?
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.
Microsoft Azure HDInsight for ECM on Hadoop
As we have posted in the past, Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) cloud infrastructure offering has been a very attractive option for companies looking to outsource some, or all, of their infrastructure. Microsoft, while a little late to the market, has put together a comparable suite of tools to Amazon’s AWS offerings, including a very robust Hadoop […]
Hadoop – OpenContent/HPI Product Plans
The first step in supporting all of the TSG products on Hadoop is building our OpenContent REST Web Services layer to access Hadoop in the same manner we access Documentum, Alfresco and other content management systems. This post will present our plans and timelines for OpenContent along with associated TSG solutions.
Hadoop – Data Model for ECM applications
As we have talked to clients about Hadoop with HBase for ECM, too often we hear “but isn’t that just for big data?” This post will try to explain the benefits of Hadoop’s big data capabilities and data model in an ECM context compared to traditional database systems.
Hadoop and Its Opportunities for Enterprise Content Management
In doing our predictions post for 2015, one thing we have been discussing and targeted for further research is Hadoop and potential opportunities for Enterprise Content Management. This post will begin a series of posts on our thoughts and R&D activities to provide an OpenContent connection to Hadoop.