This text aims to expose our humble experience extending alfresco-content-app, but first some context about motivations behind. After the awesome DevCon event organized by Alfresco and the OrderOfTheBee this January in Lisbon, there is still some buzzing going on about some of the challenges present in the current Alfresco ecosystem. Personally I couldn’t attend the

Last Saturday, January 13rd, keensoft UST Global sponsored the Technovation Challenge Aragón official launch event-workshop in the Open Urban Lab space inside ETOPÍA. The event was a huge successful and overcame all the expectations with a total of 20 teams formed by 55 girls. These girls are becomed in the first Aragonese participants of this

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I know, probably I missed the logo, but it’s because I felt like in the old days 🙂 Last week, every Alfresco developer and enthusiast attended Alfresco Developer Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. After three days of intensive collaboration, communication and learning a slow recap is required. However, having a first notes on the contents (and

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Alfresco DevCon 2018, the re-born Alfresco Developer Conference, will happen next week in Lisbon (Portugal). Despite keensoft UST Global is Silver Sponsor for the event, our team will be participating in many activities from Tuesday 16 Jan to Thursday 18 Jan. Tuesday, 16 January 2018 The first day of the conference, official Alfresco teachers will be

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Tinkering Fridays come back again!

Sunday, 31 December 2017 by

Since keensoft was founded, different sharing knowledge sessions lead by employees have been scheduled with different formats and names. This year we have rescued that spirit to reborn “Tinkering Fridays”. The rules are very simple: Anyone in the company can lead or assist a session There is no topic restriction Presenter have 30 minutes to expose

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Some time ago, some devops guy observed 200% CPU consumption because of the Java process running Alfresco repository. The server crashed and after some minutes, the service was suddenly restored. During one of these crisis, that devops got a Thread Dump to analyse. There were many different Java Threads running PDFBox to extract contents and

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Alfresco Supported Platforms

Thursday, 30 November 2017 by

Alfresco publishes a supported platforms list for every software release. This list includes the many different combinations (obtained mainly from Docker compositions) in which Alfresco is tested for every Enterprise Edition version. There is not equivalent list for Community Edition, but as source code is shared between both editions Enterprise list can be taken also

Talking to Content Services

Sunday, 19 November 2017 by

The Death of ECM and Birth of Content Services Since classic ECM (Enterprise Content Management) term has been alive for the last two decades, technological changes have introduced new concepts to be dealt with. Gartner announced this new paradigm in Content Management for the Digital Era: Rethinking Strategies Beyond 2016, where ECM is extended to

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Since Alfresco is a product with more than 10 years in the market, installing and upgrading processes are well-defined. Three different processes can be identified, but all of them can be combined within a project to produce a final platform. Installing process Installing Alfresco requires a previous analysis of the organisation in order to provide

On September 22nd, Alfresco is going to celebrate the 3rd annual Global Virtual Hackathon. During this event, developers from every part of the world (starting from Australia, later joining from Asia, later Europe/Africa & finally Americas) will be hacking Alfresco in a 24 hours non stop session. All Alfresco developer, engineers, architects – anyone who