We would like to have Content Manager store our documents on the Amazon Cloud after 180 days or so, instead of slow DASD or Platters (e.g., NetApp or Plasmon).
Is there a "Cloud Driver" or something of the sort to enable us to treat the cloud like a Drive?
Has anyone been able to successfully integrate CM with Cloud Storage?
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Re: How do I integrate IBM Content Manager 8.4 with the Cloud (e.g., Amazon)?2010-02-19T21:01:16Z in response to SystemAdminSorry, but I can't find a specific forum for "IBM DB2 Content Manager" anywhere?
If there is one, could you please post a link to it?
Re: How do I integrate IBM Content Manager 8.4 with the Cloud (e.g., Amazon)?2010-02-22T15:34:39Z in response to GreatLakerAt IBM, product names have a tendency to change, especially when there are aquisitions involved. The forum name you are looking for is "IBM FileNet Content Manager", which later changed its name to "DB2". Here is link:
Re: How do I integrate IBM Content Manager 8.4 with the Cloud (e.g., Amazon)?2010-02-22T15:43:35Z in response to SystemAdminI apologize, my last post was incorrect. I'm told that FileNet Content Manager became what we now know as P8. You may still be able to find help in that forum, but I recommend that you run a search in the forums for your type of question, and post to whichever forum seems to have similar posts. I wasn't able to find any forum specifically devoted to DB2 CM8.