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Alfresco 101

Alfresco 101

New to Alfresco? Looking to take your system to the next level, but don't know where to start? Through a series of lectures, demonstrations and lab exercises you will learn about the concepts behind Alfresco’s ECM and ways you can configure and manage it.

About this course

Description: This entry-level eLearning course is designed for administrators and developers new to Alfresco. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations and lab exercises you will learn about the concepts behind Alfresco’s ECM and ways you can configure and manage it.

Audience: Administrators and Developers new to Alfresco.

Prerequisite: XML knowledge. 

Important: You will have access to the course content for a full year from the date you enrolled. However, if you have a Virtual Machine assigned to the course, the VM will only be available for a total of 90 days from your enrollment. Ensure you complete all lab exercises within this 90 day window.

Course Outline: 

Module 1: Getting Started with Alfresco

    • Introduction to Content Management
    • Content Object Overview
    • The Alfresco Technology Stack
    • Apps and Subsystems
    • Planning an Installation
      • Lab 1: Installing Alfresco using a Install Script 

Module 2: Basic Content Management

    • Users
    • Groups
    • Permissions and Roles
    • ACL + ACE
    • Managing Content with Alfresco Share
      • Lab 2: Creating a Share Site
    • The Alfresco Admin Console
    • Content Rules
      • Lab 3: Changing Folder Permissions
    • Alfresco in the Cloud

Module 3: Repository Configuration

    • Overview
    • Logging
    • Developing Extensions
      • Lab 4: Installing the Media Management Amp
    • Share Customization

Module 4: Content Modeling Primer

    • Overview of Content Modeling
    • Types and Aspects
    • Creating a Content Model
      • Lab 5: Deploying a Custom Content Model

Duration: 8 Hours

Curriculum

  • Lab Environment (Virtual Machine)
  • Module 1 - Getting Started with Alfresco
  • Module 2 - Basic Content Management
  • Module 3 - Repository Configuration
  • Module 4 - Content Modeling Primer
  • Student Lab Guide
  • Course Survey

About this course

Description: This entry-level eLearning course is designed for administrators and developers new to Alfresco. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations and lab exercises you will learn about the concepts behind Alfresco’s ECM and ways you can configure and manage it.

Audience: Administrators and Developers new to Alfresco.

Prerequisite: XML knowledge. 

Important: You will have access to the course content for a full year from the date you enrolled. However, if you have a Virtual Machine assigned to the course, the VM will only be available for a total of 90 days from your enrollment. Ensure you complete all lab exercises within this 90 day window.

Course Outline: 

Module 1: Getting Started with Alfresco

    • Introduction to Content Management
    • Content Object Overview
    • The Alfresco Technology Stack
    • Apps and Subsystems
    • Planning an Installation
      • Lab 1: Installing Alfresco using a Install Script 

Module 2: Basic Content Management

    • Users
    • Groups
    • Permissions and Roles
    • ACL + ACE
    • Managing Content with Alfresco Share
      • Lab 2: Creating a Share Site
    • The Alfresco Admin Console
    • Content Rules
      • Lab 3: Changing Folder Permissions
    • Alfresco in the Cloud

Module 3: Repository Configuration

    • Overview
    • Logging
    • Developing Extensions
      • Lab 4: Installing the Media Management Amp
    • Share Customization

Module 4: Content Modeling Primer

    • Overview of Content Modeling
    • Types and Aspects
    • Creating a Content Model
      • Lab 5: Deploying a Custom Content Model

Duration: 8 Hours

Curriculum

  • Lab Environment (Virtual Machine)
  • Module 1 - Getting Started with Alfresco
  • Module 2 - Basic Content Management
  • Module 3 - Repository Configuration
  • Module 4 - Content Modeling Primer
  • Student Lab Guide
  • Course Survey