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Arnaud Berbier

DevOps World – Jenkins World – The Workshop On Day One

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After achieving new challenges during customer activities where I was managing a quite huge project around Kubernetes & Jenkins X EcoSystem, I get the opportunity to attend the DevOps World – Jenkins World in Lisbon.A big thanks as I will better understand all the superheroes in this Jenkins World.The superheroes for me this year is Jenkins X !Today was the 1st day with a dedicated workshop for about ~ 7 hours covering all the important…

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Morgan Patou

AEM Forms – FIPS 140-2 Support

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Around summer last year, one of the project I was working on started a new integration with AEM Forms for Digital Signatures and Reader Extension components. It was already using AEM Forms before but for other purposes. With this new requirement came new problems (obviously). This project was still using AEM Forms 6.4 JEE on WebLogic Server 12.2.1.3. As mentioned a few times already, our policy is always security by default, unless the customer has…

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Morgan Patou

Documentum – FQDN Validation on RCS/CFS

By | Application integration & Middleware, Entreprise content management | No Comments

In a previous blog, I talked about the possible usage of K8s Services in place of the default headless/pod name and the issues that it brings. This one can be seen as a continuation since it is also related to the usage of K8s Services to install Documentum but this time with another issue that is specific to a RCS/CFS. This issue & solution might be interesting for you, even if you aren’t using K8s….

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Morgan Patou

Documentum – Usage of K8s Services to install Documentum?

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In the past several months, we have been extensively working on setting up a CI/CD pipeline for Documentum at one of our customer. As part of this project, we are using Kubernetes pods for Documentum components. In this blog, I will talk about an issue caused by what seemed like a good idea but finally, not so much… The goal of this project is to migrate dozens of Documentum environments and several hundred of VMs…

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Morgan Patou

Documentum – Database password validation rule in 16.4

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A few months ago, I started working with the CS 16.4 (always using silent installation) and I had the pleasant surprise to see a new error message in the installation log. It’s always such a pleasure to lose time on pretty stupid things like the one I will talk about in this blog. So what’s the issue? Well upon installing a new repository, I saw an error message around the start of the silent installation….

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Mehdi Bada

NFS Storage Configuration for Kubernetes

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For one of our important customers, we are working on a major project to migrate critical applications to containers. From the implementation of the Kubernetes architecture to the deployment of applications and the administration of the platform, we are responsible for an important technological stack with new challenges for our team. One of the challenges, both important and exciting, is the implementation of Kubernetes clusters on bare metal (VM) and its management. We have deployed…

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Morgan Patou

AEM Forms – Certify PDF end-up with NoSuchMethodError on bouncycastle

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As part of an AEM project, we were working on setting up a few actions on PDF files. One of these actions was to Sign & Certify a PDF file. The basic Sign & Certify action provided by AEM is working easily by default but if you look deeper, you might get some surprise. The complexity in this case came from the fact that we absolutely needed the signature to contain a valid Time-Stamp using…

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