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Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository Project. - Overview of Nuxeo Core, a state of the art Content Repository Contribution

Florent Guillaume (NUXEO )

Making with Eclipse · Sponsored
Monday, 14:00, 20 minutes | Lafayette

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In February 2011, Nuxeo decided to contribute its content repository technology, Nuxeo Core, to the Eclipse Foundation as a new project under the Eclipse RT umbrella: Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository. While this project is still in its initial proposal and review phase, the goal of this talk is to provide the audience with a global understanding of what a Content Repository is from a functional standpoint: exploring all the services it offers, identifying the main standards and technologies integrated within an application of this caliber (such as the CMIS interoperability standard), and understand the main technical challenges to be resolved such as high scalability and high performance. The talk will also describe how ECR leverages OSGi and will highlight how extension technology is able to offer a lean and highly modular content repository, suitable for many uses.

Florent Guillaume is the lead architect for content repository technologies at Nuxeo. Florent is core developer and co-founder of Apache Chemistry and sits on the CMIS standard committee. He has contributed to a number of various open source projects (from Apache HTTP to Zope and Apache Chemistry) and is a recognized expert in content repository technologies. Follow Florent on Twitter @efge as well as his Nuxeo development blog at http://blogs.nuxeo.com/dev/

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