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File system on steroids

In ASF, Jackrabbit, JCR, Technology on 2008-04-16 by Jukka Zitting

Last week at ApacheCon EU I made a case for content repositories as a general solution for applications that are currently forced to fragment their storage needs due to the different limitations of traditional storage methods, mostly file systems and databases plus more recently cloud services on the network. See below for the presentation:

It seems like the message was well received, after the presentation I got a lot of positive feedback from people who had previously thought of content repositories as something you’d only use for storing content in a content management system. Instead I see a content repository as a unifying storage layer that can be used for almost anything ranging from traditional content and data to configuration files, user account information, preferences, templates and scripts, source code and binaries, ad-hoc annotations, etc.

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