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Implementing AEM As Cloud Service (AEMaaCS) by Nextrow


A new era of enterprise digital experience management has begun with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as a cloud service. With its cloud-native architecture and advanced capabilities, AEM empowers businesses to easily deliver personalized and engaging content to their audience. However, as organizations embark on implementing AEM as a cloud service, careful planning and implementation become imperative.

This blog will walk through the crucial aspects of executing code refactoring and content transfer plans, leveraging Cloud Manager for seamless deployments, formulating a robust QA strategy and testing plans, and the invaluable role of NextRow Tools in reducing manual effort.

Code Refactoring and Content Transfer Execution
You’ve already familiarized yourself with the modifications made to AEM as a Cloud Service and determined whether your deployment is prepared to be migrated to the cloud through the preparation, planning, and set up in the earlier portions of the trip.

An essential part of the implementation phase is carrying out the plans for content transfer and code refactoring. By following a systematic approach, businesses can ensure the successful transition of their codebase and content to AEM as a cloud service.

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