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Adobe Campaign Classic v6/7 VS Adobe Campaign Standard

johanna_m
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Hello,

I am looking for a comprehensive list of the differences of ACC and ACS, being the two different products, ACS is managed and serviced by Adobe oncloud and ACC can be onpremise, hybrid or fully managed.

However, in terms of the features that have been streamed from ACC, there is nowhere I can find a comprehensive list of the differences between Classic and Standard. can someone enlighten me.

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AbdulZa
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Level 4
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I recommend you request a demo of both products from Adobe. They're similar in certain aspects but quite different in others. Having a demo will help you a lot.

Here are few based on recent experience

ACC

- Can be deployed full cloud or hybrid. Hybrid is the common implementation

- Access to the Adobe campaign (CM) system tables in the hybrid deployment (believe me this is very helpful)

- More customizable.

- RT events (trigger messages) has no access to the recipient table.

- Supports inbound and outbound APIs

- Nicer interface but has a lot of features/options (maybe overwhelming for some)

- Thin-client based

- More admin work from maintenance, less ETL development since the admin is mapping existing DB tables as new data schema,

- Performance is as good as your DB server (hybrid installation)

- Both single-threaded when workflows run

- Similar limitations exist in both

- Limited new features in future roadmaps (focus in the future more on ACS)

ACS

- Full cloud deployment only.

- Don't have access to the Adobe campaign (CM) system tables

- Less customizable.

- RT events (trigger messages) has access to the recipient table, can reference recipient attributes for message personalization

- Supports inbound APIs only.

- Fewer options in the interface (Good/Bad)

- Browser-based

- Less admin work from maintenance, More ETL development since the admin is mapping & building the technical workflows to load the data from different data sources.

- More new features in future roadmaps

Thanks.

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AbdulZa
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Level 4
Level 4

I recommend you request a demo of both products from Adobe. They're similar in certain aspects but quite different in others. Having a demo will help you a lot.

Here are few based on recent experience

ACC

- Can be deployed full cloud or hybrid. Hybrid is the common implementation

- Access to the Adobe campaign (CM) system tables in the hybrid deployment (believe me this is very helpful)

- More customizable.

- RT events (trigger messages) has no access to the recipient table.

- Supports inbound and outbound APIs

- Nicer interface but has a lot of features/options (maybe overwhelming for some)

- Thin-client based

- More admin work from maintenance, less ETL development since the admin is mapping existing DB tables as new data schema,

- Performance is as good as your DB server (hybrid installation)

- Both single-threaded when workflows run

- Similar limitations exist in both

- Limited new features in future roadmaps (focus in the future more on ACS)

ACS

- Full cloud deployment only.

- Don't have access to the Adobe campaign (CM) system tables

- Less customizable.

- RT events (trigger messages) has access to the recipient table, can reference recipient attributes for message personalization

- Supports inbound APIs only.

- Fewer options in the interface (Good/Bad)

- Browser-based

- Less admin work from maintenance, More ETL development since the admin is mapping & building the technical workflows to load the data from different data sources.

- More new features in future roadmaps

Thanks.

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AEM_Forum
Level 10
Level 10
Hi all, In general how to get this compliance matrix? Given a feature, we could find out whether it is present in classic or standard. But we can not find that it is not available in one of them. Thanks, Rama.