Alfresco and CMIS
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 from 5:15 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)
East Hartford, CT
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- Abstract -
When it comes to building solutions that are heavy on content, a relational back-end typically just isn't enough. Attend this session to find out how a Java-based, rich content repository, like Alfresco, can be used as a core building block in your architecture to provide functionality such as versioning, security, metadata management, search, check-in/check-out, likes/ratings, and workflow that's fully standards compliant and open source. Don't worry. This isn't a sales pitch. The goal is to explore different patterns of implementation for these types of applications and get you pointed in the right direction so that you can begin to leverage this type of technology on your next project.
- Speaker -
Jason Jolley is the Director of Application Development at Micro Strategies, an Alfresco Platinum Partner. He has more than a decade of experience architecting content-centric applications using Java in the enterprise. Prior to working in this field, Jason worked as a Java Facilitator at the Information Technology Institute in Halifax, Canada.
Additional details: www.ctjava.org
When & Where
Connecticut Java Users Group
The Connecticut Java Users Group organizes monthly meetings on new and emerging Java technologies. It aims to help professionals stay abreast of the latest developments in Java and related open source projects. Meetings are free and open to the public. The group was initially founded in 2000 as a special interest group of the Connecticut Object Oriented Users Group. It is presently chaired by Ryan Cuprak who assumed leadering of the JUG in December of 2002.