This instructor led, practical fundamentals course is designed to
introduce a wide audience to the technology of Alfresco Enterprise
Content Management. Through a blend of presented sessions,
demonstrations, working examples and labs the participant will become
familiar with the Alfresco technology, the architecture and should be
able to understand what the different parts of Alfresco do and when
they would be used.
Duration = 1 day
The course will allow participants to understand what it is
possible to do with the system and to make appropriate and informed
decisions about when to deploy the technology and how to deploy the technology.
In order for participants to understand how development is carried
out we also look at the alternative options of configuring,
customizing and developing with Alfresco.
At the end of this course you should be able to:
- Understand the components of an Alfresco ECM system and their interactions
- Create and manipulate content in the repository
- Understand how Alfresco manages content and metadata
- Understand the Alfresco content model
- Create custom object types and aspects
- Describe the Alfresco security model
- Configure users, groups, and roles
- Understand repository configuration
This course is aimed at first time Alfresco users who will be
engaged on an Alfresco project as Project Managers, Technical
Architects, Business Analysts and those who will be continuing an
Alfresco learning pathway to become an Alfresco developer or expert.
The course can be taken without any previous Alfresco experience
and does not require any other courses as a pre-requisite. It acts as
a precursor to a number of other Alfresco courses.
- Architecture and Technology
- User Interfaces
- Repository Configuration
- Managing the Repository
- Content Model Overview
- Creating Content Models
- Security and Permissions
- Developing Applications in Alfresco