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EMC's Presentation at SOA World Conference
CMIS: Multi-Vendor Proposal for Service Based Content Management Interoperability
By: SOA News Desk
Jan. 22, 2009 09:45 AM
Today's businesses can no longer afford to have essential business content trapped in separate, incompatible repositories. They want an interoperable interface for their repositories that allows them to reuse and share business content easily. In this session at SOA World Conference & Expo 2008 West, EMC’s David Choy and Patricia Anderson discussed how to address this need. EMC, IBM, and Microsoft have led the charge together to draft a Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification. Alfresco, Open Text, Oracle, and SAP also collaborated on this work. This draft specification was submitted to OASIS for standardization. CMIS consists of a set of web services that an application can use to query, access, and manipulate content that are stored in a compliant content management system. The specification defines a domain model and two protocol bindings: a SOAP/WSDL binding and a REST/Atom binding.
View David Choy and Patricia Anderson's presentation here.
Dr. David Choy is a Senior Consultant with EMC Content Management & Archiving CTO Office, and is involved in next-generation information management technologies and standards.
Patricia Anderson serves as the Lead Marketing Manager for the EMC Documentum Platform were she is responsible for market awareness, demand generation, thought leadership and field enablement for Documentum's core platform functionality.
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