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November 4, 2009

Armedia unveils new version of ECM content migration application

Offers automated importing and exporting of content and metadata from designated file folders or relational database tables

By CBR Staff Writer

Armedia, a provider of content management products, has released a new version of its enterprise content management (ECM) content migration application Caliente.

According to Armedia, the new version is a server based application which offers automated importing and exporting of content and metadata from designated file folders or relational database tables into and out of an ECM repository. It integrates directly with the EMC Documentum, Microsoft Sharepoint and Alfresco content management repositories, and supports file or relational database content and associated XML or CSV formatted metadata.

In addition, Caliente also provides a development framework which adds custom tasks or configures complex migration activities that require multiple nested steps or non-trivial validation procedures. The new version is designed to run as a multi-threaded process where as many threads as needed can be run concurrently to complete large amount of migration transactions in a short time.

The new version also offers native relational database migration support, support for CSV file format for metadata, richer, flexible XML configuration interface, configurable transaction sizes per processing thread, document versions, checkpoint restarts (in case of session interruption) and Alfresco ECM repository support, the company said.

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Jim nasr, CEO of Armedia, said: “Caliente 3.0 offers tremendous value for organizations looking for a simple, scalable migration tool to support their ECM initiatives. The ability to now be able to migrate structured content from a database into an ECM repository opens up a lot of opportunity for organizations to better manage legacy structured or semi-structured content.”

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