No Code was popularized by Salesforce and other SaaS vendors as a means to deliver business functionality without the requirement of developers, allowing users to configure specific capabilities and start using the application quickly. This post will present a background and the benefits of No Code as well as present how the OpenContent Management suite […]
Recently, TSG has seen increased interest in our Elasticsearch capabilities, particularly as it related to our 11 Billion Document Benchmark on AWS. As part of our product roadmap this quarter, TSG is announcing the formalization of our OpenContent Elastic Services as well as some new features that we are adding to our work with the […]
TSG is happy to announce the Fall 2019 release, version 3.3, of the OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS)! For this post, we will take a look at some of the new features and notable enhancements included in this release.
TSG is happy to announce the Fall 2018 release of the OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS)! This release, version 3.1, follows our new product release Spring/Fall cadence that we have started this year. For this post, we will take a look at some of the notable enhancements included in the 3.1 release.
Earlier this year we wrote about comparing Alfresco Share to OpenContent Management Suite. As part of that comparison series, we mentioned that Share has garnered some concerned attention from Alfresco customers this year when Alfresco announced that Share would be deprecated in future. In moving away from Share, Alfresco has been heavily promoting their Application Development Framework (ADF) as […]
Recently TSG has assisted multiple clients with unique scenarios to make Alfresco queries more efficient. Like a good auto mechanic that has learned tips and tricks for getting better performance from a car without sacrificing quality, TSG has recently developed performance improvements for Alfresco in OpenContent to address clients’ needs. This post will summarize the […]
During a recent migration from an on-premise Documentum system to Alfresco on Amazon Web Services, a client wanted to check the target repository for document counts and other pertinent information to ensure that the migration executed smoothly. For example, a client may want to query to know “how many documents of type X are in the […]
Many of our ECM clients often develop their own Web Services layer to isolate their applications from the back-end repository as well as provide a vehicle to add in their own services to talk to other non-ECM systems. OpenContent was developed as part of our Documentum practice to give clients a standard web services architecture […]
Just a quick announcement – HPI 2.1 has been released as Open Source on the TSG downloads page. Check it out and let us know what you think! As an added update, a number of our Alfresco clients merged in significant updates for Alfresco after we tagged the 2.1 code branch. So, for anyone using […]