|Initial release||February 5, 2007(5.0.0)|
[ (May 3, 2021 ) ±]
|Type||Content management system|
|License(s)||GNU Lesser General Public License v2.0|
Nuxeo or Nuxeo Platform is an open-source enterprise content management platform for building and deploying content-centric business applications. The software comes in a free open-source community edition as well as fee-based commercial SaaS Cloud edition.
Nuxeo Platform began as an open-source Python- and Zope-based enterprise content management system called "Collaborative Portal Server" or CPS, started in 2003. By September 2006, however, Nuxeo SAS announced a significant departure from the Python and Zope structure, with a planned move to open-source Java technologies. This required a complete rewrite of the code, and with it a new name was assigned to the project: Nuxeo. The first stable release of Nuxeo arrived on February 5, 2007 as version 5.0.0.
In late 2008 Nuxeo SAS acquired two million euros of Series A funding to go towards "continued product development and growth into international markets." A few months later Nuxeo revealed it had purchased office space in Boston, Massachusetts, and a new business entity would be created called Nuxeo Corporation. In January 2012, the company moved its U.S. headquarters to New York City to reinforce its operations further.
The main features of Nuxeo Platform include:
- content models
- document life cycle management
- user-based security
- event modeler and handler
- query tools
- audit trail
- annotation management
- XML import and export
- notifications and alerts
- testing tools
Installation requirements for Nuxeo Platform vary based upon platform. Consult the installation guide for more information.
Videos, screenshots, and other media
- Videos related to Nuxeo Platform can be found on the site.
- A demo of Nuxeo Platform is available via the Nuxeo site.
- Documentation for Nuxeo Platform can be found here.
Entities using Nuxeo
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- "CPS Project > About CPS". Nuxeo SAS. 15 March 2006. Archived from the original on 27 August 2006. http://web.archive.org/web/20060827142127/http://www.cps-project.org/sections/about/. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
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- Mosher, Barb (12 December 2008). "Nuxeo: Enterprise CMS Updates, New Products and A New Blog". CMSWire. http://www.cmswire.com/cms/enterprise-cms/nuxeo-enterprise-cms-updates-new-products-and-a-new-blog-003669.php. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
- Mosher, Barb (6 February 2009). "Nuxeo Goes from SA to INC, Launches a Boston Office". CMSWire. http://www.cmswire.com/cms/enterprise-cms/nuxeo-goes-from-sa-to-inc-launches-a-boston-office-003912.php. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
- "Nuxeo Opens U.S. Headquarters in NYC". Yahoo! Finance; Marketwire. 17 January 2012. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nuxeo-opens-u-headquarters-nyc-110000451.html. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
- "Key Features of the Nuxeo Content Management Platform". Nuxeo Corporation. http://www.nuxeo.com/en/products/content-management-platform/features. Retrieved 10 January 2013.