Over the last weeks Alfresco, Sonatype and WaveMaker made their own decisions about licensing.
Let’s have a closer look at how – and if – these changes reflect new business directions.
SIDE, graphical tools for Alfresco developers – The webinar will show how to use SIDE graphical environment to build an Alfresco application. SIDE, which stands for Sustainable IDE, is an open source project (GPL v3) founded by BlueXML, software publisher and technological Alfresco partner. You will find more information on Bluexml and SIDE on their websites.
December 08 2009 12:00 AM EST
Italian and international speakers provided the audience with an insight into how to effectively deploy open source software in a significant way.
I asked few questions to John Powell, learning more about Alfresco licensing story, and about differences between Alfresco Enterprise Edition and Alfresco Labs.
Scaling Up, Out or Virtually with MySQL – Ivan Zoratti, Sales Engineering Director for MySQL EMEA, will help you to understand which of the MySQL scaling options is best likely to meet your needs. The webinar will take place on Thursday, January 15th 2009.
WEBINAR: Scaling a PHP Application – This Zend presentation will focus on PHP software design techniques, and tools and software that help in building a high throughput. The Webinar will take place on January 28th 2009.
Reduce Your ECM Costs by 90% – This Alfresco webinar will review publicly available pricing information, and look at the cost of a typical basic system. The Webinar will take place on January 15th 2009.
Jeff’s first book is aimed at tomorrow’s Alfresco developers, introducing them to tools and skills required to implement Alfresco-based solutions, how to define custom content model, advanced workflows and much more.
Customizing and extending Alfresco becomes a step-by-step discovery, bringing you to deploy Alfresco throughout your own organization just following the examples. You will learn also things like using the jBPM jPDL designer, or implementing a Single Sign-On using CAS from JA-SIG.