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Switch to Alfresco with Seed in Australia and New Zealand


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  • 1. Switch to Alfresco Thibaut Mallet, Channel Manager, Alfresco Barry Costin, Australia & NZ Sales Director, Alfresco Brian O'Neil, Seed Information Management Trevor Plant, Seed Information Management
  • 2. Webinar Agenda Alfresco in your region Why choose Alfresco An introduction to Alfresco “Switch to” Why How SEED Information Management expertise in Alfresco Demonstration of Alfresco Migration Services Q&A session
  • 3. Alfresco in Australia NZ Region Alfresco local headquarters in Sydney Barry Costin Sales Director Ward van Besien Technical Support Manager, Asia Pac Alfresco Enterprise customers Government Manufacturing Banking Insurance Education Eight Alfresco Certified Partners 29 March 10 Alfresco Switch To Programme - March 10
  • 4. Why choose Alfresco Benefits of Switching to Alfresco Significant budget savings on proprietary ECM maintenance fees Fund Alfresco subscription out of OPEX budget Maintain business as usual for business users Additional functionality and next-generation interoperability Future-Proof Platform Open Standards & Architecture CMIS Compliant Repository Avoid Vendor Lock-in
  • 5. Alfresco Migration Program Why “switch to” campaign? Demand to simplify legacy & proprietary ECM system replacement Help IT Managers: To lower their Costs To simplify the migration process Shorten implementation time
  • 6. Alfresco Migration Program How ? Experienced ECM system integrators to deliver Alfresco Migration Services Free-of-charge workshop to discuss & scope your organisation’s migration to Alfresco Dedicated migration package (services+ Alfresco subscription+ migration tool) Initially available for organisations migrating from EMC/Documentum & Microsoft SharePoint
  • 7. SEED Information Management Alfresco Gold Partner since 2008 Alfresco expertise in; ECM WCM References Toyota Nissan Austraining 29 March 10 Alfresco Switch To Programme - March 10
  • 8. Seed Unlock the value of your content Delivering Content Management Solutions Brian O’Neill
  • 9. Agenda Migration EntropySoft Demo Questions
  • 10. Migration Process Qualify what will be migrated Map Metadata Map User/Groups & Permissions Configure Target System Profile Performance of Migration Plan Migration Batches Perform Test Migration & Fix issues Live Migration – Validation Report
  • 11. Migration - Source Seed.doc Legacy Systems
  • 12. Migration - Source Legacy Systems
  • 13. Migration - Extraction Legacy Extract Rules Migration
  • 14. Migration - Target Extract Rules Export Alfresco
  • 15. Migration - Problems Rules Alfresco Custom Expensive & Performance Limited Error Limited Code Throwaway Issues Handling Reporting
  • 16. EntropySoft Migration Files Documentum Sharepoint Alfresco
  • 17. EntropySoft Migration Specialists Tools to Manage migration process Macro & Micro Level Control over Migration Enterprise Strength
  • 18. EntropySoft - Products Components of Migration Solution • Connectors • Content Hub • Content ETL
  • 19. Connectors 19
  • 20. Connectors Connectors unify information source access •Expose Same API •Expose Proprietary CMS features – security, metadata Stand-alone jar Embedded in an application or Remotely accessed using webservices or RMI. A connector follows the adapter UML design pattern. 20
  • 21. Connectors Client application getItem(id) getItem(id) Documentum Alfresco connector connector getObject(id) getNode(id ) Documentum Alfresco 21
  • 22. Connectors Content Management Systems : Records Management : o Alfresco o IBM FileNet RM o EMC Documentum Content Server o HP Trim Context o IBM FileNET P8 o Hummingbird RM o IBM Content Manager o Symantec Enterprise Vault o IBM DB2 Content Manager On Demand o IBM Websphere Portal PDM o Interwoven Worksite NT Messaging systems : o Lotus Notes o Open Text LiveLink o Microsoft Exchange o OpenText edocs (Hummingbird DM) o Oracle Stellent UCM o Xerox Docushare Generic systems : o JCR Web Content Management Systems : o CMIS o File servers o Interwoven Teamsite o FTP o Vignette o Webdav Collaboration frameworks : o EMC CenterStage Labs : o Iron Mountain o EMC Documentum eRoom o GoogleDocs o Lotus Quickplace o SalesForce o Lotus QuickR o IBM Lotus Web Content Management o Microsoft SharePoint o OpenText Artesia
  • 23. Content Hub
  • 24. Content Hub Content Hub is a point of access to content repositories. Pluggable Connectors Client API: A client application connects to Content Hub using web services : Content Hub exposes the same API as all EntropySoft connectors . Not Just Migration: Federated Search Content Hub follows the facade UML design pattern. 24
  • 25. Content Hub Webtop Client oadministrate Content Hub (create users, plug and unplug connectors…) o visually browse content repositories and interact with them o start, stop and monitor jobs. • Behind the scene, webTop uses the Content Hub web services.
  • 26. Content Hub 26
  • 27. Content ETL 27
  • 28. EntropySoft - Content ETL Content ETL is a visual development environment for jobs. Eclipse plugins : most Java developers will feel « at home » when using it. Content ETL uses Content Hub for all interactions with content repositories. Design & Deploy: Once a job is designed, it can be deployed and executed in Content Hub. 28
  • 29. Content ETL - Studio 29
  • 30. Content ETL – Migration Job Job Components Job (or bridge) : a sequence of stages. Stage : an action executed on a parcel. omodify the content of a document in a parcel. o add some metadata to a document in a parcel. o do PDF rendering Parcel : the unit of information exchanged between two stages . It contains : o the document metadata o the document contents o the document permissions o… 30
  • 31. Content ETL - stages Stage name Description Digest content Computes a digest (MD5, SHA etc…) of the document content. Item type adapter Converts a metadata from one type to the other (example : Integer to String). Regular expression Modifies a metadata value using a regular expression. Split document/folders Separate documents from folders and send them along different routes in the job (like a ‘ if { … } else { … }’). Status filter Filter out items that have already been processed successfully during a previous execution of the same job. Mime type detector Uses the first bytes of the document content to determine its mime type. … … Some ideas for your own custom stages : o Delete a document from the source repository after it was successfully migrated. o Make the document read-only in the source repository after it was successfully migrated. o Change the value of a document metadata in the source repository after it was successfully migrated.
  • 32. EntropySoft Stack EntropySoft - Content ETL Migration Jobs Stage Report
  • 33. Out of Box Migration Lower Cost of Migration – Reduce custom development Reduce Risk Migrate from Multiple Sources Can be used to build your Migration Process Run Jobs until Correct Advanced Error Handling & Reporting High Performance Re-use Jobs & Stages 33
  • 34. Demo Trevor Plant
  • 35. Questions?
  • 36. 36
  • 37. More information More information Request a free workshop Contact Seed: