Zarafa SummerCamp 2012 - Steve Hardy Friday Keynote

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Zarafa SummerCamp 2012 - Steve Hardy Friday Keynote

  1. 1. Zarafa Development update 2012Steve Hardy
  2. 2. More people• Added office in Charkov, Ukraine• New additions to WebApp team in India, Delft
  3. 3. More releases • Scrum methodology • 2-weekly releases • Each team has Development and QA members
  4. 4. More ticket tracking• Switched from Trac to JIRA• New tickets are assessed and scheduled within 1 working day• New method has bias towards fixing bugs as opposed to creating features
  5. 5. More sources• Added external GIT repo• Updated from internal svn, dailygit.zarafa.com
  6. 6. More platforms, but also more build speed• 38 Distro’s + Windows• Build time for *all* distributions brought down from over six hours to under one hour• Gives us quicker release capability• ‘How to make your own zarafa-licensed’ available
  7. 7. More people working on WebApp• Some core C++ development geared towards making development of WebApp and Z-Push easier – zarafa-contacts package which delivers Addressbook content from contacts folders (However, not enabled yet in WebApp 1.1) – php-ext extended with realtime notifications
  8. 8. More development outside the core- Core developers worked on both traditional core components and external tools- 7.1 MAPI core mostly identical to 7.0- Comparison of MAPI client/server communication capabilities: - 5.00 introduced core ‘offline sync’ capability - 6.10 introduced core ‘multitenancy features’ - 6.20 introduced core ‘session grouping’ - 6.30 introduced core ‘multiserver features’ - 6.40 introduced core ‘new threading model’ and ‘archive store’ features - 7.0 introduced core ‘unicode’ - 7.1 introduced only minor ‘stream data from archive’ feature
  9. 9. More features• New zarafa-search (replaces zarafa-indexer in 7.0 and earlier)• New python plugin framework for dagent/spooler• New multi-LDAP server support• New zarafa-stats output• New offline database engine (MySQL 5.5)• New multithreaded zarafa-backup• New support for RFC1891 delivery reports• New multiserver reverse proxy support• New priority queue for critical MAPI clients• New LDAP paging support• New post-MSR offline sync• New MR autoresponder: instead of ‘direct booking’ (and allowing both methods in WebApp/WebAccess)• New auto-created archive stores (and including them in the view)• New Outlook 2010 support• New EWS (in progress)•
  10. 10. More features• New zarafa-search (replaces zarafa-indexer in 7.0 and earlier)• New python plugin framework for dagent/spooler• New multi-LDAP server support• New zarafa-stats output• New offline database engine (MySQL 5.5)• New multithreaded zarafa-backup• New support for RFC1891 delivery reports• New multiserver reverse proxy support• New priority queue for critical MAPI clients• New LDAP paging support• New post-MSR offline sync• New MR autoresponder: instead of ‘direct booking’ (and allowing both methods in WebApp/WebAccess)• New auto-created archive stores (and including them in the view)• New Outlook 2010 support• New EWS (in progress)• New, well, entire WebApp.
  11. 11. More WebApp• Core values – Hugely pluggable – Built on ExtJS – Leverages JSON for communication with PHP backend – High interaction level – High response performance
  12. 12. More WebApp 1.1• Improved IE support (mainly, IE9 now supported without compatibility mode)• Plugin / widget deployment methods• Delegate settings• Lots of fixes
  13. 13. More WebApp plugins• Widgets – Add them to your WebApp today view, or sidebar• Plugins – Add buttons – Change behaviour – Modify data – Open windows – Communicate with other components
  14. 14. More Z-Admin 1.2• WebApp support• Undelete stores• More WebAccess options• Support for Ubuntu 12.04• Password changer for users
  15. 15. More Integration• Spreed – Open a meeting instantly – Free service with up to 3 participants – WebApp and WebAccess plugins• QNAP / Synology packages – Use your NAS as a Zarafa server
  16. 16. A Huge team effort• QA / Testing • External developers – WebApp – Spreed• Development – QNAP – Delft (NL) – Synology – India – RIM – Ukraine – Brasil • And everyone who submitted tickets!

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