Documentum Road Map 2014

Here is a brief road map of coming releases and features I was able to assemble from various blogs and Tweets from EMC World / Momentum 2014.

Documentum SharePoint Connector

  • Q1 2015 – v7.1 SP1
  • Q4 2015 – collaboration, linking, federated search along with ties to xCP, D2


  • Q1 2014 (past) – v2.1
  • Q3 2015 – collaboration, some case management, mobile support along with deeper RPS integration


  • Q3 2014 – v4.5 SP1: fill-able PDFs, normalized HTML
  • Q4 2015 –  “Aria”: UI enhancements, sysadmin enhancements


  • Q1 2014 (past) – v4.2
  • Q4 2014 – performance improvements, admin enhancements
  • Q1 2015 – D2 Advanced Publishing: support for publishing and virtual document enhancements


  • Q4 2014 – v6.8?: new platform/browser certifications

Content Server

  • Curiously missing from the discussion…
  • Other than NGIS will be EMC’s (with Pivital) first APaaS later this year.  I need to hear more about this. On the surface, it sounds like EMC | Documentum will be leaving a lot of customers behind.

If you have any additions or corrections please suggest them. Instead of one big “road map” session at Momentum this year, each product announced its own road map. Therefore, I am relying on attendees’ notes from each product session to assemble this road map.

News from EMC World 2014

Though I didn’t attend this year, I did my best to stay abreast of the highlights from EMC World and Momentum 2014 via Twitter and blogs.  Here are a few that I followed:

Of course, EMC and attendees spewed out so many Tweets they were too numerous to follow.  If you’d like to review them, you can find them here:

One of the most exciting bits of news I heard was that in coming months, we can expect two new Documentum Developer Editions:

  • D2 – May 30, 2014
  • xCP – June 30, 2014 (with a Linux port of CTS)

See the evidence here.

If you know of other good sources for recaps of the events at EMC World, let me know in the comments.  Thanks.

Post-EMCWorld 2012

I did not attend EMCWorld this year (bummer!), and am just now catching up on the events that transpired there.  To do that, I am living vicariously through the blogs of those that did attend and were kind enough to blog about their experiences.  If you were unable to attend and would like to catch up on the events of the week, these are the blogs I have been reading.  Do you know of others?  Let me know and I will add
them to the list.

Finally, you might checkout some of the virtual sessions hosted by EMC.  These are almost as good as being there (almost),

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