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The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Chemistry as a Top-Level Project

Open Source implementation of the CMIS standard widely used in Enterprise Content Management solutions, such as Adobe, Alfresco, Nuxeo, OpenText, SAP, and more.

FOREST HILL, Md. Feb. 23, 2011

Apache Chemistry is an Open Source implementation of the OASIS CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) standard. The project provides an interoperable API to CMIS repositories such as Alfresco, EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet, Microsoft SharePoint, Nuxeo, OpenText Enterprise Library Services, and other CMIS-compliant content repositories. It also provides libraries to build CMIS-compliant repository connectors.

Florian Muller

May 2009

  1. January 2011
  2. February 2011
  3. phpclient – CMIS client library for PHP. Already used in production, the sub-project’s first release will be made in the near future;
  4. January 2011

Apache Chemistry is widely used in enterprise content management solutions and for CMIS implementation verification. Its flagship sub-project, OpenCMIS, is deployed in both Open Source and commercial products and solutions by Adobe, Alfresco, Metaversant, Nuxeo, OpenText, OpenWGA, and SAP, among others.

Florent Guillaume

Nathan McMinn

Supporting Standards Drives Industry Adoption

Many Apache Chemistry code committers are also members of the OASIS CMIS Technical Committee. The project is community-driven, allowing for greater transparency and direct feedback during the definition and improvement process of future CMIS specifications. Two OpenCMIS sandbox projects are currently being used to implement and test new CMIS 1.1 features.

John Newton

Richard Anstey

Bjorn Goerke

Jukka Zitting

Availability and Oversight

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