This course introduces you to the Alfresco company and its products. It is useful if you are wondering what the company does and what products it offers. So if you need to get on top of what Alfresco offers in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Business Process Management (BPM) world, then check it out.
The course starts out explaining what ECM and BPM is and then continues on to introduce the Alfresco Content Services (ACS), the ECM offering from Alfresco that supports Document Management, Collaboration, and Workflow. The Media Management and Records Management modules are then introduced, which are modules that run on top of ACS.
We end the course with and introduction to the Alfresco Process Services (APS), which is the BPM offering from Alfresco. We look at basic process design and implementation, and also cover how easy it is to integrate Alfresco Process Services with Alfresco Content Services.
This lecture introduces you to Enterprise Content Management (ECM).
This lecture introduces you to Business Process Management (BPM).
In this lecture we look at the Alfresco company. When did it start? Who started it? What does it do?
In this lecture we look at Alfresco's flagship product "Alfresco Content Services - ACS". This lecture focus on the Document Management features, collaboration, and workflow.
This lecture walks through the Digital Asset Management (DAM) features of Alfresco. Showing how you can work with Images, Audio, and Video files.
A quick look at Alfresco's support for governance. The only DoD 5015.02 certified open source records management solution.
Alfresco content services has been integrated with a number of popular applications, this gives and overview of what application integrations that are available.
This lecture looks at what's available when you want to customise the content management solution.
This lecture introduces you to the stand-alone workflow engine that Alfresco offers, the "Alfresco Process Services - APS"
This lecture shows how the Alfresco Process Services can be easily integrated with the Alfresco Content Services. Achieving the Digital Flow in the Enterprise.
I have been working with Alfresco for the past 10 years. I started out building an email integration for Alfresco, integrating Apache James, so my first experience with the product was a deep dive into coding a customisation. I then started doing consulting projects based on Alfresco and found out quite quickly that I really like the product. It is very open and allows you to build pretty much anything you can come up with (or your client can come up with!).
In 2011 I got the opportunity to write a book about Alfresco, which was a great experience as I really like to mentor, train, and educate people. I then did more consulting and got into bigger projects in the publishing space. During a couple of years I was also an instructor giving Alfresco classroom training courses. Then in 2014 I got the opportunity to write another book about Alfresco and specifically the CMIS standard that you can use to talk to the Alfresco content management system, again a great experience.
In 2015 I started working for Alfresco with all kinds of stuff, such as developing the Alfresco SDK, creating developer documentation, writing articles, talking at conferences, prototyping new features. What I really like to do is take what we develop internally at Alfresco and try and explain it in an easy and understandable way.
I now, since March 2017, work as a full time Online Educator, specializing in ECM and BPM!