Here we, as in the whole gang, are at Jeroen van Rotterdam’s session on Documentum Architecture. I have to see this, even if I never implement Documentum again. I am just too curious to not attend, plus Jeroen is a very entertaining speaker.
Now John McCormick, Sr Director of Product Management, is going to give the roadmap. Very refreshingly to see xCP and Documentum listed separately again. Going to be interesting to see what dates they are willing to throw out there. Lots of real work to some of what they are doing.
Be sure to remember the Disclaimer at the bottom of this post. It was meant for posts like this one.
This is a promising session, even if Jeroen had to rename the slide from IIG Architecture to Documentum architecture in front of our eyes. As to why, first, it is Victor’s old session which was also a must attend. Second, Jeroen van Rotterdam, the Chief Architect of the IIG Division, is always a fun and entertaining presenter.
[picapp align=”right” wrap=”false” link=”term=finish+line+olympics&iid=1345446″ src=”e/3/3/a/Olympics_Day_8_e351.jpg?adImageId=12737081&imageId=1345446″ width=”380″ height=”262″ /]The news today? CMIS is now an official standard! I’m pretty stoked about the whole thing. When I started this blog, after I got through my initial list of topics, it was the desire for a SOA-based standard for ECM that provided the desire. Now that my desire has been met, almost three years later, what will I do for inspiration?
Simple, push for CMIS 2.0! In all seriousness, that is a post for another day. I want to focus on the actual release of the standard and the Demo where you can see it in action.