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Why Share. Point is the biggest threat to Open Source in the Enterprise John Why Share. Point is the biggest threat to Open Source in the Enterprise John Newton CTO Alfresco @johnnewton

What does Microsoft have against Open Source? There are some new modern-day sort of What does Microsoft have against Open Source? There are some new modern-day sort of Communists who want to get rid of the incentive for software makers under various guises!

Look who’s talking! Look who’s talking!

In the Beginning… § There was Lotus Notes § Project Tahoe § First Release In the Beginning… § There was Lotus Notes § Project Tahoe § First Release SP 2001 § Version 2 – Re-architecture SP 2003 § Version 3 – Good Enough SP 2007 § Version 4 – Getting It Right SP 2010

What is Share. Point? From Share. Point 2007 To Share. Point 2010 What is Share. Point? From Share. Point 2007 To Share. Point 2010

The Kitchen Sink… Microsoft Office Collaboration Portal Records Mgmt Web Content Mgmt Content Management The Kitchen Sink… Microsoft Office Collaboration Portal Records Mgmt Web Content Mgmt Content Management Search BPM Groove Business Intel. Content & List Store Share. Point Services Forms Social Tools OCS (Vo. IP) Skype SQL Server Exchange FAST Search

What’s Going On? Systems of Record Middle Mgmt Knowledge Workers Enterprise ECM Outside Firewall What’s Going On? Systems of Record Middle Mgmt Knowledge Workers Enterprise ECM Outside Firewall Web Experience Mgmt ERP CRM Open Source WCM Shared Drives E-mail SMB Back Office Transactions Records Manufacturing Front Office Knowledge Workers Documents Project & Team Sites Extranets Marketing Intranets Media Internet Web Sites Customers Partners

Challenges for Open Source § Office sells Share. Point / Share. Point sells Office Challenges for Open Source § Office sells Share. Point / Share. Point sells Office § Office monopoly and Windows dominance continues in Enterprise § Microsoft, . NET and SQL Server invade the data center § Microsoft owns the Knowledge Worker § Microsoft ecosystem pushes Open Source to the edges of the enterprise

Challenges for the User § Traditional vendors just as vulnerable § Critical information lacks Challenges for the User § Traditional vendors just as vulnerable § Critical information lacks control § Lack of scale means lots of Data Ghettos § Share. Point and. NET stack won’t play nice § No reuse of hardware, software, expertise § “What do you mean it’s not FREE? ” § Neither Windows nor Office have gotten any better

Challenges for Share. Point § Scale and Throughput § Complex Development Environment § Interoperability Challenges for Share. Point § Scale and Throughput § Complex Development Environment § Interoperability and Standards Compliance § Control and Administration § Jack of All Trades – Master of None § Not prepared for the future I am getting old waiting for this query!

Social Go Zune Social!!! w 00 t!!! Social Go Zune Social!!! w 00 t!!!

Mobile With this Windows Mobile, how could I possibly hear about any phone hacking? Mobile With this Windows Mobile, how could I possibly hear about any phone hacking? !!

Cloud 1 -2 -3 and you are now under hypnosis! Now you will leave Cloud 1 -2 -3 and you are now under hypnosis! Now you will leave all your Cloud processing to Azure!

Directions for Open Source § Cost, Openness and Transparency § Best of Breed § Directions for Open Source § Cost, Openness and Transparency § Best of Breed § Own Social, Mobile and Cloud § Interoperability and Standards § Solutions and Services § An Apache for Applications? Transparency? ! What’s that? !!

Best of Breed Open Source § Portals: Liferay, Drupal § Business Intelligence: Pentaho, Jasper Best of Breed Open Source § Portals: Liferay, Drupal § Business Intelligence: Pentaho, Jasper § Bus. Process Mgmt. : Activiti, j. BPM § Search: Lucene, Solr, Sphinx § Social: Media. Wiki, Tiki. Wiki, Commons § Platform: Spring, JBoss, Rails § Apache Open Office § Web Site Mgmt: Drupal, Joomla § Content Management: Alfresco

Standards can create great solutions! Desktop Mobile Web Site Social Networks Distribution / Syndication Standards can create great solutions! Desktop Mobile Web Site Social Networks Distribution / Syndication Information Workplace Platform Rich Content On Premise Mobile UI & Portal Services CMIS Collaboration & Social Services JSR-286 Content Services Superscale Data Social Integration In the Cloud Search & Discovery Open Social Process and Workflow Superscale Storage HTML 5 BPMN 2. 0 Communication ERP CRM

Content, Standards and CMIS § Best of Breed Solutions must work together § Open Content, Standards and CMIS § Best of Breed Solutions must work together § Open Source Ecosystem must >= Share. Point Ecosystem § Standards allow Best of Breed to evolve § Transparency and Openness will be our weapons Where do customers start? Why do customers buy Alfresco? Why Do Users Choose Alfresco? - 2010

Introduction to Content Management Interoperability Services Introduction to Content Management Interoperability Services

What is CMIS? § Vendor independent API for working with content repositories § Specification What is CMIS? § Vendor independent API for working with content repositories § Specification managed by OASIS - Web Services Binding - ATOM Pub Binding - CMIS Query Language

The Beauty of Presentation Tier REST Content Services Tier Enterprise Apps Tier SOAP ? The Beauty of Presentation Tier REST Content Services Tier Enterprise Apps Tier SOAP ? ?

Meet CMIS consumer Client read write provider Services Domain Model Vendor Mapping Content Repository Meet CMIS consumer Client read write provider Services Domain Model Vendor Mapping Content Repository Content Management Interoperability Services CMIS lets you read, search, write, update, delete, version, control, … content and metadata!

Use Cases Client Content Repository Content Repository • • Collaborative Content Creation Portals Client Use Cases Client Content Repository Content Repository • • Collaborative Content Creation Portals Client Application Integration Mashup • • Workflow & BPM Archival Virtual Documents DAM / WCM

Types Document • Content • Renditions • Version History • Folder • Container • Types Document • Content • Renditions • Version History • Folder • Container • Hierarchy • Filing Described by Type Definitions Relationship • Source Object • Target Object Policy • Target Object

Type Definitions Object • Type Id • Parent • Display Name • Queryable • Type Definitions Object • Type Id • Parent • Display Name • Queryable • Controllable Document • Versionable • Allow Content Folder * Property • Property Id • Display Name • Type • Required • Default Value • … Relationship • Source Types • Target Types Custom Type Policy

Developed by 30+ ECM Vendors Implementations Already Available… Providers Consumers Developed by 30+ ECM Vendors Implementations Already Available… Providers Consumers

§ Open Source implementations of CMIS § Apache Chemistry is the umbrella project for § Open Source implementations of CMIS § Apache Chemistry is the umbrella project for all CMIS related projects within the ASF - Open. CMIS (Java, client and server) - cmislib (Python, client) - phpclient (PHP, client) - Dot. CMIS (. NET, client)

§ Apache Chemistry started as an incubator project in May 2009 - Graduated to § Apache Chemistry started as an incubator project in May 2009 - Graduated to a top level project in February 2011. § Backed by Adobe, Alfresco, Nuxeo, Open. Text, and SAP § Open. CMIS is a de-facto reference for CMIS and is also used by the CMIS TC to test new CMIS 1. 1 features