Big announcement today in the CMS world that Adobe has bought Day for $240 million. A significant acquisition on a lot of fronts. Adobe’s enterprise suite now consists of Day, Omniture and LiveCycle. The Alfresco/Livesite piece may be marginalized over time by this acquisition. The Day - Omniture marriage is a pretty attractive option for enterprise Web sites assuming that there is even minimal effort to marry these tools over time. The press releases all mention Flash and the other Adobe desktop software, but those seem like a smaller part of the story vs. the Day, Omniture and LiveCycle suite.
There are some configuration concepts for Sitecore that require some planning. This is especially true for larger environments.
Below are parts of the planning document we created for a recent client. The site being considered here is characterized by the following: staged environments (development, QA, production), multiple content delivery servers in QA and production, a large content authoring team, all running Sitecore 6.1.
An early version of this plan was discussed with a contact in Sitecore USA. His feedback has been applied to this document. Sitecore was very helpful, even providing code samples for some of our needs.
Aware Web Solutions is featured on the front page of Monday July 12 Star Tribune Business section. Aware’s approach to empower its clients and steady focus on implementing content management systems seems to be paying off. Read more about how Aware continues to grow despite the economic downturn. The complete article can be found here - Aware Web Solutions Featured In Star Tribune Business Section.