26 Nov

New A.A.A.R. Alfresco audit analysis and reporting v1.5 release

A.A.A.R.

A new version 1.5 of the A.A.A.R. – Alfresco audit analisys and reporting has been released with a smarter installation wizard and the compliance to the recent Pentaho 5 release (the compliance with Pentaho 4 still remain). This version makes the adoption of A.A.A.R. solution very easy and (quite) ready for the inclusion in the Pentaho marketplace. Stay tuned for new updates!

Below some useful links:

25 Nov

PDI CMIS Input plugin v1.1 for Pentaho 5

CMISInputA new version of the PDI CMIS Input plugin has been released in the Google code website. The request to update the Pentaho marketplace to this new version has been pulled and is waiting for approval. Soon the new version will be available also there.

The main changes are:

Enjoy!

14 Nov

Alfresco Audit Analysis and Reporting installer

Do you want try the A.A.A.R. solution but you think the installation process it’s a little bit tricky?

Are you wondering an easy wizard with a few-click process without the need of technical skills?

Do you want to see the A.A.A.R. solution immediately in action with sample data inside?

pentaho-logoStarting from now I plan to work on that task. In particular, I would like to explicitly thank Pedro Alves of the Pentaho team for the suggestions and strategy, making what is going to be, really simple to install and easy to use in few minutes of your (precious) time.

A.A.A.R.

To be a little bit more clear, I’m going to release the A.A.A.R. solution in the Pentaho Marketplace with a Sparkl integration. This means that the Alfresco analytics will be available with an automatic installation procedure that will not require technical skills. Want to know more technical details? Take a look here.

In particular the process will be:
1) Install the Penthaho Suite.
2) Install A.A.A.R. from the marketplace.
3) Next, next, next… and enjoy!

Some of you are asking me about the release of the A.A.A.R. Analytics.
I plan to release it under this new installation package so, please, a little bit of patience and stay tuned. 😉

Thanks for the comprehension.

12 Nov

CTools has been released for Pentaho 5.0

Nice news from Pedro Alves (@pmalves) of WebDetails that on his blog announces the release of the new version of the CTools for the incoming Pentaho 5.0 Community Edition. Here the article that describes the installation instructions.

pedroalves-bi.blogspot.de:2013:11:ctools-for-pentaho-50-is-available-cdf

Now we all are waiting for the official release of the Pentaho 5.0 Community Edition to make it work! 😉

07 Nov

Reporting in Alfresco… great feedback!

Yesterday the presentation of the A.A.A.R. solution at the Alfresco Summit in Barcelona. Together with me, Tjarda Peleen and Matthew Patin with their respective solutions.

I want to explicitly thank the “reporting guys” for the collaboration, the attendees for the enthusiastic feedback and the Alfresco team and management because they were in the session giving us very important feedback and suggestions. In particular: John Newton, John Iball, Brian Remmington (always precious with his suggestions) and, of course, Jeff Potts.

Did you know that the reporting and analytics is in Alfresco Roadmap described during the Summit? No? Now you know it! 😉

Below a first photo of the event and soon some news from the event.

2013-11-07 Reporting in Alfresco