As mentioned in multiple posts, TSG has many clients stuck on Legacy ECM tools like FileNet, Documentum and OpenText. While most of the posts here are focused on how to migrate to a modern ECM environment sometimes the burden of moving all of the documents and interfaces can be too daunting. For this post, we […]
Hadoop, a leading technology disruptor from the Big Data movement, is a massively scalable architecture capable of dealing with terabytes+ of unstructured data. As the cost of storage, memory and CPU continues to move toward almost free, we are seeing the clients looking to move away from traditional legacy ECM tools for the newer architecture and cost savings […]
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 […]
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.
Beyond the features and look and feel of ECM user interfaces discussed in our initial posts, we recognize the importance of a stable and robust development environment necessary to facilitate the customization, support and maintenance of an ECM platform. We also recognize that organizations who use Documentum today likely employ staff with Documentum specific skill […]
Our next release of the Active Wizard will be 4.0, and it will mark the beginning of some big changes for the Active Wizard. Our overall architecture direction is to move to a web services model based on OpenContent. While this change is more of a back-end update that regular users won’t notice, it will […]