Razuna 2.0 is coming

Over the past three years we’ve been researching, planning and building Razuna 2.0 — the latest version of our open source Digital Asset Management platform. As indicated by the the release number, Razuna 2.0 is not just a step up from Razuna 1.8 or 1.9 — it is a completely new suite of applications built on a new tech platform.

Below is a screenshot of Razuna 2.0.

We’ve poured all our experience from the prior version into Razuna 2.0. This means that the features that made have Razuna so popular over the last nine years have been ported over and improved upon. One of the favorite features of Razuna, is the intuitive UI and ease of use for our everyday users. For the more tech savvy, we have exposed various settings to allow for tweaking and customizing the platform. The computer novice can use Razuna out of the box— instantly able to create folders, as well as upload, convert and share files. No training needed. Seriously, it’s that simple.

This intuitive interaction with our product is very important to us, since Razuna is developed to work well for teams. We know that getting teams up to speed can make all the difference when it comes to adopting or abandoning your chosen software. Razuna is built with ease of use in mind, so team members can upload, tag, search for, convert and share files shortly after logging in for the first time. We don’t expect our users to have to go through a lot of training to use our DAM system, and they don’t.

Over the coming weeks, we will be posting various updates about the release of Razuna 2.0, answering questions such as — What will change in terms of technology? Which technologies have we used? What does it mean that Razuna 2.0 is a 3-tier system? Which brilliant new features will we be releasing? And what will Razuna 2.0 and our eco system mean for software developers? What about existing users — will there be a migration path? How can I add custom functionality to Razuna through plugin development? What types of hosting options are available for Razuna 2.0?

More to come.