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 […]
One of the issues our Veeva Vault and other document management clients often struggle with is searching for content across Veeva Vault and other existing repositories, such as Documentum. Scenarios like sharing manufacturing specifications that are stored in a Documentum repository with Veeva-based eTMF and Submissions applications are difficult to support as users will typically […]
In previous posts, we looked at comparing the Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) to OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS), specifically the search, contributor, and folder interfaces. For this post, we are going to turn our attention to building an application on each of these platforms. Specifically, we’ll look at how clients can build an Alfresco search interface.
Over the last couple of years, some ECM vendors have been touting a Federated Search model to “cure” the issue of access to document content contained in legacy ECM systems. Whether from an ECM vendor like Nuxeo or supporting software vendor like Simflofy, the marketing message of getting access to multiple repositories from one search hearkens […]
As we’ve mentioned previously when comparing search in Alfresco Share to the OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS), performance and ease of use in a search interface is often one of the highest concerns clients have when deploying Alfresco. As we’ve recently started comparing the new Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) with OCMS, naturally our first inclination it to […]
As part of our campaign to make Documentum better, TSG is announcing the formalization of our OpenContent Solr Services as well as some new features that we are adding to our work with Solr. We have been working with Lucene and later Solr for over 12 years but have recently discovered several client scenarios and […]
Performance and ease of use in a search interface is often one of the highest concerns our clients have when building an ECM system. Back in 2012, we did a Search comparison between Webtop and OpenContent Search (then called HPI). As part of our 2018 Making Documentum Better blog series, we thought we’d update 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 […]
Earlier this year, we posted about HPI Search compared to Documentum Webtop and D2 as well as our thoughts around some of the technical issues with D2. For this post, we thought we’d take a closer look at the options for search with D2 as compared to HPI.