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This document is a high-level best practices guide for deploying Alfresco 5.x in an on-premises installation. This document primarily describes the recommendation for the Alfresco Content Services 5.2 deployment architectures.
The purpose of this document is to describe reference architectures for Alfresco Content Services 5.2 in an on-premises installation.
Today’s most productive knowledge workers — business professionals who are contributing, sharing insight and experiences, participating in decision making, and influencing change — are a company’s true competitive advantage. They are paid to think and collaborate with distributed team members, contractors, partners, suppliers, and vendors across an increasingly global workplace to help grow an enterprise’s bottom line. As digital ways of working change how knowledge workers exchange information, companies must ensure that effective workplace collaboration keeps pace.
When it comes to enterprise content management (ECM) there is no one size fits all. Many ECM platforms have become too big and cumbersome, resulting in vendors splitting their portfolios into more manageable chunks that provide a solution-based approach to different areas of ECM. This is benefiting smaller vendors such as open source Alfresco, which is winning business over the larger vendors when organizations consolidate from multiple ECM systems to a single platform, because of the extensive capabilities it offers, and the fact that it is seen to be offering value for money.
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Alfresco recently announced the availability of its Alfresco Analytics and Alfresco Media Management modules for Alfresco One. It also enhanced its business process management (BPM) software – Activiti. The new Alfresco Analytics module provides insights and reporting capabilities on content, process and people-related events. It reveals how content is being accessed, shared and managed, and tracks how tasks execute to completion. It exposes bottlenecks, resource needs and usage data that can influence how business processes are designed and improved.
Alfresco is touting some notable success stories and milestones from 2015, and has entered 2016 with improved offerings. It claims to be winning larger enterprise-class deals, to have reduced its customer churn and to see consistent customer renewal rates. Twelve of its deals in 2015 clocked in with considerable annual recurring revenue numbers, and major upsell opportunities are accelerating.
In late February, Alfresco announced the availability of its new Alfresco Digital Business Platform (DBP) designed to appeal to the digital transformation initiatives of its customers. The new platform consists of an integrated set of process, content and governance services. What used to be Alfresco One for enterprise content management (ECM), Activiti for business process management (BPM) and Records Management (RM) for, well, records management, is now Alfresco DBP. Alfresco also added some noteworthy technology to improve its use as an application development platform.