Thursday 12th June, 2014
1:40pm to 2:20pm
Apache Jackrabbit Oak is a content repository which supports the most desired features from both SQL and NoSQL approaches. Some of its key features include ACLs, versioning, efficient blob storage, transactions, structured and unstructured content and multiple query languages.
This talk introduces Oak as a new implementation of the Content Repository API for Java, rewritten from scratch to ensure that it can scale out to support massive content repositories.
You will find out how you can start using Oak now to support use cases as varied as content management, document management, digital asset management or business rule management systems.
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