- Content Stores
Content Services: Content Store
This course provides the student with a high-level introduction of how content is stored and accessed in Alfresco Content Services (ACS).
This course provides the student with a high-level introduction of how content is stored and accessed in Alfresco Content Services (ACS). It covers the common and default use cases but also addresses all of the different storage options that are available to an administrator. This includes how ACS supports multiple simultaneous storage options and 3rd party web services.
What Will I Learn?
- Content Store Architecture
- Content Store Types
- Configuration Overview
Time Required: ~30 minutes
Applicability: This course is applicable from ACS v5.0.0 to ACS v6.2.0. It was written using ACS v6.2.0 and was last modified on March 20, 2020.
The student should complete the following courses before starting this course:
Elements of this course are easier to understand if the student is familiar with the following tools, technologies and concepts:
- Spring Framework
- Amazon Web Services: Simple Storage Service (S3)
- Microsoft Azure: Storage Accounts
- EMC: Centera
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