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Day @ cio-gipfel 2007

  1. 1. Workshop: Umsetzung einer erfolgreichen CMS Strategie David Nuescheler CTO / Day Software JSR-170 & JSR-283 Spec Lead Member of the Apache Software Foundation Content-Centric Infrastructure 1
  2. 2. Before I start: David Nuescheler Chief Technology Officer david.nuescheler@day.com Content-Centric Infrastructure 2
  3. 3. Core Business: WebCMS Showcase: Mercedes-Benz Content-Centric Infrastructure 3
  4. 4. Customers Automotive Industry Transport / Travel / Logistics Chemical / Healthcare Financial Services Media / Telco Consumer / Services Public Services Content-Centric Infrastructure 4
  5. 5. Before I start: David Nuescheler Chief Technology Officer david.nuescheler@day.com David Nuescheler Jackrabbit Committer / Member uncled@apache.org Content-Centric Infrastructure 5
  6. 6. Apache Software Foundation  One of the worlds most successful Open Source Initiatives  Best known for the Apache Webserver: “Apache WebServer has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April 1996.” #1 for over ten years and counting. Content-Centric Infrastructure 6
  7. 7. Before I start: David Nuescheler JSR-170 Spec Lead jsr-170-comments@jcp.org David Nuescheler Chief Technology Officer david.nuescheler@day.com David Nuescheler Jackrabbit Committer / Member uncled@apache.org Content-Centric Infrastructure 7
  8. 8. Java Community Process  Open Software Standards Organization  Funded by Sun  Extremely solid performance and track record in defining and implementing standards Content-Centric Infrastructure 8
  9. 9. Before I start: focus David Nuescheler JSR-170 Spec Lead jsr-170-comments@jcp.org David Nuescheler Chief Technology Officer david.nuescheler@day.com David Nuescheler Jackrabbit Committer / Member uncled@apache.org Content-Centric Infrastructure 9
  10. 10. Sep-04-07 Agenda ECM Today: Silos and Lock-in. Standards, Standards, Standards... Why should I care? Tomorrow is Today: Demo Q&A Content-Centric Infrastructure 10
  11. 11. Sep-04-07 Problem Content Isolated in Silos Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E Repository Repository Repository Repository Repository A B C D E Content-Centric Infrastructure 11
  12. 12. Analysts & Reports “So many to choose from” So many reports, so little agreemen t! Content-Centric Infrastructure 12
  13. 13. Vendors “So many to choose from” Exo Microsoft Apache Jackrabbit Oracle XML DB OpenText Livelink ECMS Platform Sharepoint So many vendRepository Alfresco ECM Xythos or s, so little Day CRX IBM FileNet P8 Vignette V7 agreemen t! Interwoven +hund IBM CM EMC Documentum Repository reds m ore Content-Centric Infrastructure 13
  14. 14. Reality Check! Task write a “code snippet” that lists all the documents in a folder by “title”. * ...Code Snippe ts courtesy of the JSR170 Exp - ert-Group. Content-Centric Infrastructure 14
  15. 15. Reality Check List all documents in a folder ession); new LAPI_DOCUMENTS(s <% OCUMENTS documents = LAPI_D new LLValue(); LLValue childTable = , s(volumeID, folderID documents.ListObject ERM_SEE, childTable); UMENTS.P <% null, null, LAPI_DOC lues(); ildTable.enumerateVa childCount = node.getContent eration children = ch Count(); Enum reElements()) { for(int i=0;i<childCount;i while(children.hasMo ++) { ; alue)e.nextElement() LLValue child = (LLV IContent child = node.getC ontent(i); toString(quot;Namequot;); String title = child. Property title = child.get PropertyByName(quot;Titlequot;); % %><%= title.getValue() %>< %><%= title %><br/>< br/><% } } %> %> <% <% fndocs PageIterator children = new = page.getPages(); IFnObj while (children.hasNex SetDua t()) { lProxy Page child = children ( fnfold .nextPage(); er.get int nu Conten Container toplevel = mDocs ts(idm child.getContent(); = for (i nt i = fndocs.getCo Folder Atom title = toplevel Conten .getAtom(quot;Titlequot;); unt( 1; t.idmF IFnDoc i <= numDocs ); %><%= title %><br /><% olderC ontent umentD ; i++) } Docume ua { new IF nDocum l fndoc = nt)); %> entDua IFnPro lProxy pertie (fndoc sD IFnPro pertyD ual propset s.ge = fndo tItem(new In ual id String mTi c.g te title = idmT tleProp = pr etProperties ger(i))); %><%= ti ; i if (co tle %><br/>< tleProp.getV opset<% etIte (); er.getDocuments()) .g m(quot;Tit cuments = new IDocumentsProxy(bind mClean % alue() ; ocuments dolequot;); up) cleane ID r.rele { documents.cache(); } ase(fn (); documents.getCount doc); } t documentCount = in { documentCount; i++) %> ByIndex(i)); for (int i = 0; i< (documents.getItem ocumentProxy document = new ID ment.getTitle() String title = docu +800 ><% %><%= title %><br/ } %> Content-Centric Infrastructure 15
  16. 16. Is there any agreement? Yes, Real-life architecture! Content-Centric Infrastructure 16
  17. 17. Is there any agreement? Yes, Real-life architecture! Content Management Applications wcms ???m ???? ???? ??m dam dms bpm rm Existence of Proprietary a “ ontent rep c Interface ository” . Content ...and f eatureset Repository Content-Centric Infrastructure 17
  18. 18. Bottom-line: CMS is still a very young, fast evolving market! many ven dors, frequent c hanges in the ma rket, proprieta ry! Content-Centric Infrastructure 18
  19. 19. Sep-04-07 Agenda ECM Today: Silos and Lock-in. Standards, Standards, Standards... Why should I care? Tomorrow is Today: Demo Q&A Content-Centric Infrastructure 19
  20. 20. Standards, Standards, Standards... Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Computer Networks The nice thing about standards is that there are so many of them to choose from. Not in CM S! Content-Centric Infrastructure 20
  21. 21. Standards, Standards, ...  In CMS and content repositories there is currently only one relevant open standard: called JSR-170 == JCR  JCR focusses on the Content Repository. Content-Centric Infrastructure 21
  22. 22. What is a content repository? Best of both worlds filesystem database hier- archi integ es re rity structu read streams tx access write locking query control multi- value ning un- versio obser- “full- structured sort vation text” order content repository content Content-Centric Infrastructure
  23. 23. What is JSR-170? from the JSR-170 submission “The API should be a standard, implementation independent, way to access content bi-directionally on a granular level within a content repository.” submitted in jan- 001 2 Content-Centric Infrastructure 23
  24. 24. Level 1 : Features Read only Simple & Covers a large number of usecases Level1 Fine & Coarsegrained Content Items Small to Large Hierarchical Parent child relationships, Sort order Structured Strong typed information PropertyTypes String, Binary, Numbers, Calendar, ... L1 NodeTypes Introspect complex Content Structures Query (XPath) Search and query Export XML Content Export Content-Centric Infrastructure 24
  25. 25. Level 1: Applications  Typical Level-1 only Applications:  CMS-Templates, Content Delivery  Display Portlets  Repository Export  Reporting Applications  Federated Repositories  Overwhelming Majority of Application Source te+ Wri Code is written using Level-1 calls Read Sear & ch Content-Centric Infrastructure 25
  26. 26. Level 2 : Features Level 2 Write Save changes to a repository Unstructured Support for weakly or unstructured Content L2 Import Standardized Finegrained Content Import Referencial Integrity Reference Tracking and Integrity AccessControl Introspection Content-Centric Infrastructure 26
  27. 27. Level 2: Applications  Typical Level-2 Applications:  Entry Level Content Management  Entry Level Document Management  Workflow  Collaboration  Content Aggregation (Content Warehouse) … Content-Centric Infrastructure 27
  28. 28. Advanced Features Versioning Workspaces, Merge, Update, Label, ... JTA Support (XA) Transactions Observation Monitor changes in the Repository Adv Query (SQL) Search the Content Repeository using SQL Locking Session based and persistant Content-Centric Infrastructure 28
  29. 29. Sep-04-07 Functional Overview Compliance Levels Versioning Locking Optional Transactions Query (SQL) Observation Unstructured Access Control Level 2 Write Import Referencial Integrity Read Hierarchical Finegrained Query (XPath) Structured Export Level 1 Binary, Text, Date, Numbers Content-Centric Infrastructure 29
  30. 30. Industry Standards 170 283 Content-Centric Infrastructure 30
  31. 31. Industry Standards JSR-170 Progress sed:5 relea200 pproval Ballot JSR-170 Final A mid ed ov pr ap Content-Centric Infrastructure 31
  32. 32. JCR Adoption Tracking success Content-Centric Infrastructure 32
  33. 33. Known Compliant Repositories (* using 3rd party connectors) * * Exo Microsoft Apache Jackrabbit Oracle XML DB OpenText Livelink ECMS Platform Sharepoint * Day CRX IBM FileNet P8 Xythos Repository Alfresco ECM Vignette V7 any ors ow mvendd? HSe * DBMou ne R do y +hund * Interwoven rs regiede of TCKs IBM CM EMC Documentum Repository st red Content-Centric Infrastructure 33
  34. 34. Some known JCR Applications Fast BEA Portal Oracle Portal Enterprise Search Sun JBoss Portal Interface 21 OpenPortal Day Communique Spring Framework DAM magnolia WCMS Day Communique Apache Sling Collab Mindquarry Alfresco ECMS Collaboration Apache Tapestry QSLabs Apache Day Communiqué Compliance Cocoon WCMS IBM FileNet medic-2-medic WebSiteManager Artifactory Apache James mapofmedicine Maven Proxy Exo TYPO3 ECMS Platform GX WebManager v5.0 WCM InfoQ Hippo Liferay Nuxeo ECM Online Community CMS Enterprise Portal Jahia Sakai Framework E-learning Percussion QuickWCM Rhythmix Sourcemix WCMS Lutece Sourcemix Portal Content-Centric Infrastructure 34
  35. 35. JCR - Weatherforcast -5° -8° -12° 2009 2010 2008
  36. 36. Sep-04-07 Problem Content Isolated in Silos Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E Repository Repository Repository Repository Repository A B C D E Content-Centric Infrastructure 36
  37. 37. Sep-04-07 Strategy Enterprise 2.0 & the Future of ECM Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Web Frontend Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E JSR-170 API Repository Repository Repository Repository Repository A B C D E Content-Centric Infrastructure 37
  38. 38. Enterprise Software Market Evolution Operating Systems WebServers Relational Databases J2EE Application Servers Commodity Infrastructure Content Industry Standard Chaos Content-Centric Infrastructure 38
  39. 39. Sep-04-07 Agenda ECM Today: Silos and Lock-in. Standards, Standards, Standards... Why should I care? Tomorrow is Today: Demo Q&A Content-Centric Infrastructure 39
  40. 40. Why should I care? Two killer Showcases! 1 Java vs. Microsoft Sharepoint 2 Repository Consolidation Content-Centric Infrastructure 40
  41. 41. Java vs. Sharepoint We are using or We develop custom plan to use Microsoft Applications in Java / Sharepoint in our J2EE. organization. Content-Centric Infrastructure 41
  42. 42. Java vs. Sharepoint Mission Critical Applications Mission Critical Information Java J2EE Business Microsoft Applications Sharepoint Content-Centric Infrastructure 42
  43. 43. Java vs. Sharepoint Mission Critical Applications Mission Critical Information JCR Connector for Sharepoint Java J2EE Business Microsoft Applications Sharepoint Content-Centric Infrastructure 43
  44. 44. Why should I care? Two killer Showcases! 1 Java vs. Microsoft Sharepoint 2 Repository Consolidation Content-Centric Infrastructure 44
  45. 45. Reality Check List all documents in a folder ession); new LAPI_DOCUMENTS(s <% OCUMENTS documents = LAPI_D new LLValue(); LLValue childTable = , s(volumeID, folderID documents.ListObject ERM_SEE, childTable); UMENTS.P <% null, null, LAPI_DOC lues(); ildTable.enumerateVa childCount = node.getContent eration children = ch Count(); Enum reElements()) { for(int i=0;i<childCount;i while(children.hasMo ++) { ; alue)e.nextElement() LLValue child = (LLV IContent child = node.getC JCR API ontent(i); toString(quot;Namequot;); String title = child. Property title = child.get PropertyByName(quot;Titlequot;); % %><%= title.getValue() %>< %><%= title %><br/>< br/><% <% } } %> NodeIterator children = node.getNodes(); %> <% <% while (children.hasNext()) { ile erator children = page.getPages(); fndocs PageIt = new IFnObj wh (chi Node child = children.nextNode();ldren.hasNext()) extPage(); SetDua { lProxy Page child = children ( fnfold .n er.get int nu Folder Property title = child.getProperty(quot;Titlequot;); Conten Container toplevel = mDocs ts(idm child.getContent(); = fndo for (i Atom title = toplevel cs.get nt i = Conten .getAtom(quot;Titlequot;); Count( %><%=mtitle %><br /><% } %><%= title %><br /><% 1; t.id F IFnDoc i <= numDocs ); olderC ontent umentD ual fn ; i++) { Docume } new IF nt)); doc = nDocum %> entDua IFnPro lProxy pertie = %> tItem(new I (fndoc sD IFnPro pertyD ual propset s.ge ual id Stri fndo ng tit le = i mTitleProp = c.getPropert nteger(i))); %><%= dmTi ies pr ti ; if (co tle %><br/>< tleProp.getV opset<% etIte (); er.getDocuments()) .g m(quot;Tit cuments = new IDocumentsProxy(bind mClean % alue() ; ocuments dolequot;); up) cleane ID r.rele { documents.cache(); } ase(fn (); +800 documents.getCount doc); } t documentCount = in { documentCount; i++) %> ByIndex(i)); for (int i = 0; i< (documents.getItem ocumentProxy document = new ID ment.getTitle() String title = docu ><% %><%= title %><br/ } %> Content-Centric Infrastructure 45
  46. 46. Sep-04-07 Problem Content Isolated in Silos Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E Repository Repository Repository Repository Repository A B C D E Content-Centric Infrastructure 46
  47. 47. Sep-04-07 Strategy Enterprise 2.0 & the Future of ECM Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Web Frontend Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E JSR-170 API CIO: y? wh Repository Repository Repository Repository Repository A B C D E Content-Centric Infrastructure 47
  48. 48. Sep-04-07 Solution Standards-Based Content Repository Accounting Marketing Legal HR R&D Web Frontend Application A Application B Application C Application D Application E JSR-170 API Java Content Repository Content-Centric Infrastructure 48
  49. 49. Repository Consolidation 1 Unify Access all your repository through a standardized API 2 Synchronize Keep your repositories in sync Consolidate 3 Turn off legacy Repositories Content-Centric Infrastructure 49
  50. 50. Situation Today “The Content Silos” DMS DMS CMS Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 50
  51. 51. Unification 1 JSR-170 Connectors, AppA AppB AppC AppD … Level 1 + JSR-170 API From Day Software, Native or Third Party DMS DMS CMS Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 51
  52. 52. Synchronization 2 AppA AppB AppC AppD … JSR-170 API JSR-170 DMS DMS CMS Repo Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 52
  53. 53. Consolidate 3 AppA AppB AppC AppD … JSR-170 API JSR-170 DMS DMS CMS Repo Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 53
  54. 54. Consolidate 3 AppA AppB AppC AppD … JSR-170 API JSR-170 DMS DMS CMS Repo Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 54
  55. 55. Consolidate 3 AppA AppB AppC AppD … JSR-170 API JSR-170 DMS DMS CMS Repo Vendor (C) Vendor (A) Vendor (B) Content-Centric Infrastructure 55
  56. 56. Sep-04-07 Agenda ECM Today: Silos and Lock-in. Standards, Standards, Standards... Why should I care? Tomorrow is Today: Demo Q&A Content-Centric Infrastructure 56
  57. 57. Day Content Management -2001 1998
  58. 58. Day Content Management -2001 1998
  59. 59. Day Content Management Proprietary Interface ContentBus Repository -2005 2002
  60. 60. Day Content Management Industry Standard (JCR) connector connector CRX JCR Compliant Content Repository connector connector -xxxx 2005
  61. 61. Day Content DAM Management Industry Standard (JCR) connector connector CRX JCR Compliant Content Repository connector connector xxxx 2007-
  62. 62. Day Content DAM Collab Management Industry Standard (JCR) connector connector CRX JCR Compliant Content Repository connector connector xxxx 2007-
  63. 63. Setup: “Holy Grail of Integration” WCMS DAM Collab tive na R JC s Industry Standard (JCR) App connector connector CRX JCR Compliant Content Repository connector connector all the apps share the same repository Content-Centric Infrastructure 63
  64. 64. If you remember one thing! 1 Standards-based CMS. No Ve Long-term dation ndor onsoli tegy Lock- investment Ca Str in protection Content-Centric Infrastructure 64
  65. 65. Sep-04-07 Agenda ECM Today: Silos and Lock-in. Standards, Standards, Standards... Why should I care? Tomorrow is Today: Demo Q&A Content-Centric Infrastructure 65

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