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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Integrations / Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services Cloud CMS provides out-of-the-box integration with a variety of Amazon Web Service offerings, including services for natural language processing, machine learning, semantic analysis and image recognition. You can learn more about these services here: Amazon Comprehend Amazon DocumentDB Amazon Elastic Search Service Amazon Elastic Transcoder Amazon Polly Amazon SNS Amazon SQS Amazon Transcribe Amazon Translate

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Binary Files

Binary Files Cloud CMS lets you upload any kind of desktop file. The system will automatically detect the type of content that you upload and will inspect and work with the content to provide the following services: Automatic antivirus scanning to detect malicious files Extraction of metadata properties from the payload body and headers Conversion of content type to thumbnails (using image transformation) Detection and extraction of text for full-text search Execution of custom rules to further

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Platform / Binary Files

Binary Files Cloud CMS lets you upload any kind of desktop file. The system will automatically detect the type of content that you upload and will inspect and work with the content to provide the following services: Automatic antivirus scanning to detect malicious files Extraction of metadata properties from the payload body and headers Conversion of content type to thumbnails (using image transformation) Detection and extraction of text for full-text search Execution of custom rules to further

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Deployment / Deployment Mappings

Deployment Mappings The following Deployment Handlers supports the deployment of resources from Cloud CMS to files or file system equivalents: S3 Deployment Handler File System Deployment Handler FTP Deployment Handler These Deployment Handlers all have the common function. They must work with content from Cloud CMS, consisting of Nodes, Associations, binary attachments and a potentially complex content graph of relationships. They must take that content and then map it down into a file system c

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Deployment

Deployment Cloud CMS Deployment lets you publish content from a source Cloud CMS project branch to one or more destination Deployment Endpoints. These Deployment Endpoints may include Amazon S3 buckets, FTP servers, file system locations and Cloud CMS branches on the same cluster or running in a cluster located in another data center somewhere else in the world. The Deployment process can be triggered manually or automatically. It may run as part of a Publishing process for your content. It may

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Deployment / Overview

Deployment Cloud CMS Deployment lets you publish content from a source Cloud CMS project branch to one or more destination Deployment Endpoints. These Deployment Endpoints may include Amazon S3 buckets, FTP servers, file system locations and Cloud CMS branches on the same cluster or running in a cluster located in another data center somewhere else in the world. The Deployment process can be triggered manually or automatically. It may run as part of a Publishing process for your content. It may

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Binary Files / S3 Binary Storage

S3 Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to Amazon S3 for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from S3. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to avo

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Platform / Binary Files / S3 Binary Storage

S3 Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to Amazon S3 for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from S3. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to avo

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Gitana / 4.0 / Self Managed / Configuration / Antivirus Server

Antivirus Server The Cloud CMS Antivirus Server is a Node.js application that exposes a HTTP interface to allow an application to remotely scan files by submitting them via HTTP. Submitted files are passed through TCP to a ClamAV daemon process. API GET / If the server is online, this will always return: { "ok": true } POST /status This checks the status of the daemon process and returns whether the Antivirus service is working nominally. If everything is working well, you will get back som

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Deployment / Deployment Handlers / Amazon S3 Deployment Handler

Amazon S3 Deployment Handler Handles the deployment of one or more Deployment Packages to an Amazon S3 bucket. The Amazon S3 bucket is described by: accessKey secretKey region bucketName And optionally: prefix The contents of the Deployment Packages will be deployed sequentially to the target location. If any of the content within the Deployment Packages fails to copy, it will simply be skipped. Other content objects will be allowed to proceed unabated. Configuration { "accessKey": "{a

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Deployment / Deployment Handlers / Amazon S3 Deployment Handler

Amazon S3 Deployment Handler Handles the deployment of one or more Deployment Packages to an Amazon S3 bucket. The Amazon S3 bucket is described by: accessKey secretKey region bucketName And optionally: prefix The contents of the Deployment Packages will be deployed sequentially to the target location. If any of the content within the Deployment Packages fails to copy, it will simply be skipped. Other content objects will be allowed to proceed unabated. Configuration { "accessKey": "{a

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Deployment / Deployment Mappings

Deployment Mappings The following Deployment Handlers supports the deployment of resources from Cloud CMS to files or file system equivalents: S3 Deployment Handler File System Deployment Handler FTP Deployment Handler These Deployment Handlers all have the common function. They must work with content from Cloud CMS, consisting of Nodes, Associations, binary attachments and a potentially complex content graph of relationships. They must take that content and then map it down into a file system c

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Binary Files / GridFS Binary Storage

GridFS Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports MongoDB GridFS by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to Amazon S3 for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from S3. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to avoid going back to

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Platform / Binary Files / GridFS Binary Storage

GridFS Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports MongoDB GridFS by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to Amazon S3 for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from S3. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to avoid going back to

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Docker / Configuration / Antivirus Server

Antivirus Server The Cloud CMS Antivirus Server is a Node.js application that exposes a HTTP interface to allow an application to remotely scan files by submitting them via HTTP. Submitted files are passed through TCP to a ClamAV daemon process. API GET / If the server is online, this will always return: { "ok": true } POST /status This checks the status of the daemon process and returns whether the Antivirus service is working nominally. If everything is working well, you will get back som

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Integrations / Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services Cloud CMS provides out-of-the-box integration with a variety of Amazon Web Service offerings, including services for natural language processing, machine learning, semantic analysis and image recognition. You can learn more about these services here: Amazon Comprehend Amazon DocumentDB Amazon Elastic Search Service Amazon Elastic Transcoder Amazon Polly Amazon SNS Amazon SQS Amazon Transcribe Amazon Translate

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Migrating Binary files to S3

By default, on-premise installations of Cloud CMS are configured with a GridFS (`gridfs`) Binary Storage Provider. This allows Cloud CMS to read and write binary files (such as attachments) to GridFS. At some point, as your installation grows, you may want change this. Suppose you wanted to move your binary files into S3 and use S3 as a Binary Storage Provider for Cloud CMS. To do so, we recommend the following steps: 1. Make a backup of your Cloud CMS database. 2. Create an S3 bucket and IAM us

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Binary Files / IBM COS Binary Storage

IBM COS Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to IBM COS for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from IBM COS. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Platform / Binary Files / IBM COS Binary Storage

IBM COS Binary Storage Cloud CMS supports IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) by allowing it to serve as a backend provider for the storage of binary files within Cloud CMS. When files are uploaded to Cloud CMS, they are parsed and worked with and then eventually sent over to IBM COS for persistence. When users seek to download those binary files, they are streamed back from IBM COS. Depending on how you elect to configure your binary storage providers, Cloud CMS may employ an TTL cache in between to

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Supporting large binary files

Cloud CMS offers a few different ways for you to store files - including storing them in S3 (recommended) or even on a local partition (such as an NFS mount). In our SaaS offering, everything is stored in S3 automatically and when you install on-premise, you can configure this to your preference. See this documentation page under Binary Storage: https://www.cloudcms.com/documentation/docker/configuration/api-server.html We definitely can handle large binary files in the 10's or 100's of megabyte

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Text Analysis / Text Analysis Providers / AWS Comprehend

AWS Comprehend Handles the Text Analysis processing of elements in a textual payload using the Amazon Web Service Comprehend Service. The AWS Comprehend Service is described by: accessKey secretKey region Where the accessKey and secretKey are used to identify an IAM principal who has sufficient authority to invoke AWS Comprehend within the given region. In addition, the IAM principal needs sufficient authorities to read, write and delete an S3 object from the given S3 bucket (identified by buck

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Gitana / 4.0 / Data Engine / Services / Text Analysis / Text Analysis Providers / AWS Comprehend

AWS Comprehend Handles the Text Analysis processing of elements in a textual payload using the Amazon Web Service Comprehend Service. The AWS Comprehend Service is described by: accessKey secretKey region Where the accessKey and secretKey are used to identify an IAM principal who has sufficient authority to invoke AWS Comprehend within the given region. In addition, the IAM principal needs sufficient authorities to read, write and delete an S3 object from the given S3 bucket (identified by buck

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Narration / Narration Providers / AWS Polly

AWS Polly Handles the generation of a Narration audio file for textual content using the AWS Polly Narration Service. The AWS Polly Service is described by: accessKey secretKey region bucketName Where the accessKey and secretKey are used to identify an IAM principal who has sufficient authority to invoke AWS Polly within the given region. In addition, the IAM principal needs sufficient authorities to read, write and delete an S3 object from the given S3 bucket (identified by bucketName) within

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Optical Character Recognition / OCR Providers / AWS Textract

AWS Textract Handles the Optical Character Recognition detection and analysis of characters in a binary payload using the Amazon Web Services Textract Service. The AWS Textract Service is described by: accessKey secretKey region bucketName Where the accessKey and secretKey are used to identify an IAM principal who has sufficient authority to invoke AWS Textract within the given region. In addition, the IAM principal needs sufficient authorities to read, write and delete an S3 object from the gi

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Gitana / 3.2 / Guide / Guide / Recognition / Recognition Providers / AWS Rekognition

AWS Rekognition Handles the Image Recognition detection and analysis of elements in a binary payload using the Amazon Web Service Rekognition Service. The AWS Rekognition Service is described by: accessKey secretKey region bucketName Where the accessKey and secretKey are used to identify an IAM principal who has sufficient authority to invoke AWS Rekognition within the given region. In addition, the IAM principal needs sufficient authorities to read, write and delete an S3 object from the given

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