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Plone Takes Your Content into the Future

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Is Plone still a serious knowledge- and communication process-management solution for professional enterprise applications? Since 2006 the author is using the system to collect, manage and archive enterprise related informations both for his own customer related business sectors and offering consulting for customer applications as well.

Enterprise communication solutions have changed over time from pull medias like intranets and extranets doing enterprise grade security content-management (ECM) to current social communication solutions interacting with the generation facebook, twitter and beyond in various ways. There are bigger challenges than managing the content and the website representation. User interfaces for the next generation devices and migration of your services to the upcoming followup technologies are challenging the usability of your current systems for the next five to ten years.

The talk will point out for decisionmakers why the Plone system architecture is: Good for the user and integrator – Good for the organisation – Good for the developer.

See the recording of the talk on Vimeo. http://vimeo.com/110647549

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Plone Takes Your Content into the Future

  1. 1. Plone takes your content into the future! Armin Stroß-Radschinski Plone Conference 2014 Bristol
  2. 2. about me Armin Stroß-Radschinski industrial designer information architect dinosaur digital native power user part time developer using Plone since 2002 Companies: acsr & evenios Troisdorf, Germany near Cologne
  3. 3. about me Armin Stroß-Radschinski Case: Using Plone to collect, manage and archive enterprise related informations. Focus: Customer project related workflows for longtime & secure publishing over networks.
  4. 4. about Plone • Content Management System • Webbrowser Frontend UI • Enterprise Grade • Workflow Aware from Ground up • Object Oriented
  5. 5. Create and Present • authoring of complex content over a network • create, store, share and retrieve • presentation logic & workflow is setting Plone apart from simpler CMS
  6. 6. Content Lifecycle Change over time needs workflow… • migrate in / or create, aggregate • develop & evolve • hide and keep in archive • migrate out • delete acsr, Armin Stroß-Radschinski – CC-BY-SA 3.0
  7. 7. Enterprise Communication • Telegraph • Phone • Telex • Fax • E-Mail • Smartphones & Tablets Solutions have changed over time "Boswell Bay White Alice Communications System Site - Tropospheric Antennas" by Rob Stapleton - Public domain
  8. 8. Enterprise Communication Predicted in StarTrek 1966 Star-Trek – Fan Work – Fair use
  9. 9. Enterprise Communication • Enterprise Grade CMS (ECM) • Intranets & Extranets are Pull Media Talk with your system… Star-Trek – Fair use
  10. 10. Next Generation • Interacting with generation facebook, twitter and beyond • Bigger challenges • User interfaces for Next Generation Devices fair use
  11. 11. Next Generation • Transformation of Services • Followup Technologies • UX – The Usability Challenge acsr Armin Carl Stroß-Radschinski – CC-BY 3.0
  12. 12. Next Generation • Can your system survive the next five up to ten years? Horizon 2020 NASA – Public domain
  13. 13. What Plone did and still can do! • Build on Solid Base Technologies • Unique System-Architecture • Extraordinary Useful • Change and Adapt over Time • Evolving in this Kind NASA – Public domain
  14. 14. What makes Plone standing out… • Object Structure • Finegrained Access Rules • Impressing Security Record • Flexible Workflows • SEO Friendly "RedDwarfNASA-hue-shifted" by NASA/Walt FeimerDerivative, transformed by acsr – Public domain
  15. 15. The users side of the game… „Start with the Needs.“ „Build Digital Services not Websites.“ „Make the Users Want to Be Architects.“ Paul Downey – CC-BY 2.0
  16. 16. The users side of the game… • Customizing the System • Just by Configuration • Without Touching the Codebase Paul Downey – CC-BY 2.0
  17. 17. The users side of the game… • Reproduceable Setups • Similar Instances inside of One Organisation • Make Users Know the System Paul Downey – CC-BY 2.0
  18. 18. The Power of Workflows For Content Authors by Integrators • Properly Implemented • Do the Hard Work to Make it Simple Paul Downey – CC-BY 2.0
  19. 19. Organisations need to… • Offer Content in Different Representations • Multichannel Publication acsr, Armin Stroß-Radschinski – CC-BY-SA 3.0
  20. 20. Adapt & Transform • Adapt new Trends – in Electronic Communication • Adapt Existing Solutions • Transform How They Act • Transform How They Use Media Paul Downey – CC-BY 2.0
  21. 21. Plone has it… • a Security Proven Core • a Lot of Base Functionality • in High Quality Modules • High Level Quality Add-On Packages • Its Own "App" Culture Anja Osenbergl – pixabay CC0 Public Domain
  22. 22. Developers Want a Simple Solution! •Easy to Develop… •…but Not Too Simple Emilian Robert Vicol – pixabay CC0 Public Domain
  23. 23. Plone Community • Well Known for Expertise • Knowing to Deal with Big Clusters • Holding Tons of Data • High Availability • Long Term Support Nanoscience High-Performance Computing Facility (Carbon) Argonne National Laboratory, CC 2.0 by-nc-sa
  24. 24. Plone ecosystem • Make this Happen • Using Eeading Edge Agile Processes • Technologies to Keep Quality • Refactor Code at Top Level "Steel construction" by Vhanepfu Own work. CC-SA 4.0
  25. 25. Crucial for the Success of Plone… • Testing • Continous integration • Professional Deployment • Adjusting the Roadmap "James Webb Primary Mirror" by NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham - Public domain
  26. 26. Crucial for the Success of Plone… • Drive New Approaches • Start with Custom Design Concepts „NASA Apollo 17 Lunar Roving Vehicle“ by NASA - Public domain
  27. 27. Crucial for the Success of Plone… • Using the Modular Code Structure • Replace Technology Under the Hood • Migrate to Mainstream Standards Later "Tesla Motors Model S base" by Oleg Alexandrov - Praca własna. CC-BY-SA 3.0
  28. 28. Put Your Content Into Plone • Adjusting Lifecycles • Migrate as Needed • Exit Strategies Included! acsr, Armin Stroß-Radschinski – CC-BY-SA 3.0
  29. 29. Plone 5 is the Future… • New User Interface Screenshot & infographic 2014 by Plone Foundation, Irene Capatti et al, CC-BY
  30. 30. Plone 5 is the Future… • New User Interface Screenshots & Topics inspired by Maurizio Delmonte, abstract.it
  31. 31. Plone 5 is the Future… • New User Interface • Enhanced Content Management Screenshots & Topics inspired by Maurizio Delmonte, abstract.it
  32. 32. Plone 5 is the Future… • New User Interface • Enhanced Content Management • User Management and Security Screenshots & Topics inspired by Maurizio Delmonte, abstract.it
  33. 33. Plone 5 is the Future… • New User Interface • Enhanced Content Management • User Management and Security • Plugin Development Made Easy • Excellent Documentation & Training Available Gerd Altmann – pixabay CC0 Public Domain
  34. 34. The Plone Intranet Consortium is Part of the Game… • Build on Top of Plone • Professionally Funded • 100% Open Source • Digital Workplace Technology • Foundation for Professional Services "Steel construction" by Vhanepfu Own work. CC-SA 4.0
  35. 35. Plone Takes Your Content Into the Future! • You are Not Alone! • Nobody Knows Where We Are Then. • But We Are There and Under Way!
  36. 36. Thank You!

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