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AAM Features

AEM_Forum
Level 10
Level 10

Hi all,

1. Does AEM have Workflows functionality? Administrative or Technical. Please explain with an example.

2. Does AAM have any client ? Or Is it only Browser?

3. Algorithmic Modelling: How does it help? Please explain with an example.

4. Mainly between Mobile and web, what is the difference in the DIL code and otherwise, the way we include DIL code on the pages and the way we collect them?

Mobile uses Adobe SDK, as opposed to JS? How will DIL fit in Mobile?

5. How are users authenticated and authorized by AAM? Any LDAP?

Appreciate your responses.

Thanks,

Rama.

1 Accepted Solution
Varun_Kalra
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

1. Is this in context to AEM or AAM ? With AAM you get notifications only when you upload the inbound data file and that file gets processed.

2. AAM UI can only be accessed from a browser since it is a SaaS based application.

If you want to upload inbound data file for data onboarding, then you can use any FTP or S3 client.


3. Algorithmic Modelling :

It is also known as Look-alike modeling in Advertising ecosystem. It is essentially finding groups of people (audiences) who look and act like your best, most profitable customers. For example, let’s say you run an ecommerce store and you’ve identified that your best audience are people whose average purchase is over $100, buy cosmetics and perfumes, and make a purchase at least twice a month; Algorithmic modeling would allow you to find more people like that.


4. You would not need DIL code in case of implementation on Mobile Native apps, you need Mobile Core service from Adobe Experience Cloud, there you can define what to collect, and partner subdomain etc. that would give you two files JSON config and SDK. You can contact AAM client care for more info on mobile implementation.

5. Users can create their own Adobe ID and you can add those users in your Enterprise Dashboard (http://adminconsole.adobe.com/enterprise ), after adding users, you can assign them products.

You can also implement SSO implementation, so users can log in to Experience Cloud apps using their LDAP. You need to contact Experience Cloud support for that.

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Varun_Kalra
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi Rama,

1. Is this in context to AEM or AAM ? With AAM you get notifications only when you upload the inbound data file and that file gets processed.

2. AAM UI can only be accessed from a browser since it is a SaaS based application.

If you want to upload inbound data file for data onboarding, then you can use any FTP or S3 client.

3. Algorithmic Modelling :

It is also known as Look-alike modeling in Advertising ecosystem. It is essentially finding groups of people (audiences) who look and act like your best, most profitable customers. For example, let’s say you run an ecommerce store and you’ve identified that your best audience are people whose average purchase is over $100, buy cosmetics and perfumes, and make a purchase at least twice a month; Algorithmic modeling would allow you to find more people like that.

5. Are you asking this question in context of ID sync (Authenticated states) or signing into AAM UI ?

AEM_Forum
Level 10
Level 10

Hi Varun,

Thanks for responding.

1. I am sorry, I am referring to AAM.

4. What are the differences?

5. I am referring to signing into AAM UI.

Thanks,

Rama.

Varun_Kalra
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

1. Is this in context to AEM or AAM ? With AAM you get notifications only when you upload the inbound data file and that file gets processed.

2. AAM UI can only be accessed from a browser since it is a SaaS based application.

If you want to upload inbound data file for data onboarding, then you can use any FTP or S3 client.


3. Algorithmic Modelling :

It is also known as Look-alike modeling in Advertising ecosystem. It is essentially finding groups of people (audiences) who look and act like your best, most profitable customers. For example, let’s say you run an ecommerce store and you’ve identified that your best audience are people whose average purchase is over $100, buy cosmetics and perfumes, and make a purchase at least twice a month; Algorithmic modeling would allow you to find more people like that.


4. You would not need DIL code in case of implementation on Mobile Native apps, you need Mobile Core service from Adobe Experience Cloud, there you can define what to collect, and partner subdomain etc. that would give you two files JSON config and SDK. You can contact AAM client care for more info on mobile implementation.

5. Users can create their own Adobe ID and you can add those users in your Enterprise Dashboard (http://adminconsole.adobe.com/enterprise ), after adding users, you can assign them products.

You can also implement SSO implementation, so users can log in to Experience Cloud apps using their LDAP. You need to contact Experience Cloud support for that.

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