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The value of a platform approach for ECM

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Brendan Coveney, Nuxeo's General Manager - Americas/Asia Pacific, presents how Nuxeo's highly flexible platform-based ECM strategy brings innovation and business sense to the world of content management.

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The value of a platform approach for ECM

  1. 1. The value of a platform approach for ECM October 2011 - Brendan CoveneyOpen Source ECM
  2. 2. Why you need a Content Platform? 2
  3. 3. What is a Platform Platforms: a means (including language, culture, money, technology and brands) of enabling people and organizations to increase their innovative capacity and reach to cost effectively create new products and services, and to improve the efficiency of existing offerings. ... www.definitions.bluheron.net/ 3
  4. 4. Platform “A broad-based platform strategy beats an application strategy every time” Tim O’ Reilly 4
  5. 5. Platform End User Speaks to three populations: • Development team ECM • IT Operations • End UsersDevelopment Operations 5
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  7. 7. FrameworksLower TCO Business Solution Complexity 7
  8. 8. FrameworksAgility Business Solution Complexity 7
  9. 9. Time toMarket Frameworks Business Solution Complexity 7
  10. 10. Time toMarket Frameworks Mono lithic Business Solution Complexity 7
  11. 11. Time toMarket Frameworks Components Mono lithic Business Solution Complexity 7
  12. 12. Time toMarket Frameworks Frameworks Components Mono lithic Business Solution Complexity 7
  13. 13. Time toMarket Frameworks Platforms Frameworks Components Mono lithic Business Solution Complexity 7
  14. 14. Time toMarket FrameworksLower TCO Platforms Frameworks Components Mono lithic Business Solution Complexity 7
  15. 15. “A truly modulararchitecture allows designers to focus on building solutions to local problems without disturbing the global system.” “Radically Simple IT,” by David M. Upton and Bradley R. Staats - Harvard Business Review 8
  16. 16. Content Platform 9
  17. 17. Why?35.2 zetabytes of data by 2020 IDC 10
  18. 18. R.O. I-Why? Dff -S r r - r -C T M r P rf C r r ...Business Effectiveness in using building,maintaining and using EnterpriseApplications 11
  19. 19. http://www.cyclelicio.us/ 12
  20. 20. http://leadershipliteracies.wordpress.com/blogs/page/3/ 13
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  22. 22. What makes a great content platform? 15
  23. 23. Maturity 16
  24. 24. Maturity• Battle Tested• Comprehensive API• Full featured API• Stable API 17
  25. 25. Flexibility 18
  26. 26. Flexibility• Multiple Deployment Options • Single Server • High Availability Active-Active• Disaster Recovery 19
  27. 27. Public Cloud Hosted Private Cloud Flexibility Private Cloud SaaSTraditional (on premise) PaaS IaaS Traditional Software business model “Release where you want nuxeo and how you want”platform 20
  28. 28. Standards 21
  29. 29. CMIS• Repository Services• Navigation Services• Object Services• Discovery Services• Versioning Services 22
  30. 30. But also...• RESTful• Dublin Core• Open Social• OAuth• LDAP, WebDAV, WSS• etc.• But Standards shouldn’t mean lack of vision or innovation 23
  31. 31. Open Source 24
  32. 32. Open Source• Not just Code• Community Contribution• Build and Testing Environments• Bugs• Roadmaps• Benchmarks 25
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  34. 34. “If you are depending on a single closed source component then you have to regard the whole project as a closed source project as you lose all the benefits of open source” Michael Monty Widenius 27
  35. 35. Developers 28
  36. 36. Developers• Cool & Useful APIs 29
  37. 37. Developers• Tools 30
  38. 38. Developers• Plugins• Apps 31
  39. 39. Developers• Jobs!• Community• Recognition• Career 32
  40. 40. A Great Content Platform• Maturity• Flexibility• Standards• Scalability• Open• An developers using it, loving it! 33
  41. 41. ?But Why Would You do that? 34
  42. 42. What if not? Here I think is really what we expect from the talk. you can take the analogy with a company in the carpark business in mahnatan. They dont care about parking systems, they just care about how they are efficient at doing it. In manhattan every block as a different size, different characteristic and these guys certainly use a “car park system” platform and not a “boxed out of the box carpark” they do this because it has an immediate value > being more efficient in what they really do. Then use whatever metric (ROI, TCO ...) that is not what matter. What matter is Business Efficiency This is ovr simplified but in essence its the same about building Content-centric applicationsQuote from Laurence thismoringContent Management isall about solving businessproblem 35
  43. 43. What if not? Here I think is really what we expect from the talk. you can take the analogy with a company in the carpark business in mahnatan. They dont care about parking systems, they just care about how they are efficient at doing it. In manhattan every block as a different size, different characteristic and these guys certainly use a “car park system” platform and not a “boxed out of the box carpark” they do this because it has an immediate value > being moreMakes you more efficient in what they really do. Then use whatever metric (ROI, TCO ...) that is not what matter. What matter is Business Efficiencyefficient in what you This is ovr simplified but in essence its the same about building Content-centric applicationsdo ... buildingbusiness applicationthat are solvingbusiness problems Quote from Laurence this moring Content Management is all about solving business problem 35

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