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on Aug 31, 2015
on Sep 23, 2015 by resplin
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Does Alfresco (The Company) think that their cloud offering is Enterprise-ready?
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Sep 1, 2015 9:59 AM
Hmm - this question seems to be leading somewhere…
I am certain that Alfresco thinks their cloud offering is Enterprise-ready, otherwise they would not market and invest in it as a cloud-based solution has heavily as they do.
If you have some specific issues you'd like to address please share them or use the feedback option in the cloud offering (assuming you are using / evlauating it).
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Sep 23, 2015 6:32 PM
Alfresco has multiple cloud products, and they are geared at different use cases. Alfresco in the Cloud (available at my.alfresco.com) is currently being used by enterprise customers to meet needs related to collaboration beyond the corporate firewall: making content available to external parties or for mobile access, which often includes synchronizing content from an on-premise installation.
The current cloud product has many limitations related to customization and extensibility, but it is successfully meeting its target use case. This year we rolled out an update that turned on many of the additional capabilities from on-premise deployments of Alfresco Share (wikis, forums, and links), and we have further enhancements planned.
The Alfresco Share interface is not suitable for every use case, so we also have cloud hosted BPM (
), and are currently testing applications that meet specific use cases like case management and simple file sharing.
In short, Alfresco in the Cloud currently meets the use cases it was designed for, but we don't claim that it is ready for every need an Enterprise might have.
Disclosure: I am not the product manager for any of the Alfresco cloud products.
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