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Adobe I/O-Powered AEMaaCS Assets Export Implemented in Real-Time or Batch Mode | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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Adobe I/O-Powered AEMaaCS Assets Export Implemented in Real-Time or Batch Mode by Kelvin Xu

Abstract

AEMaaCS Assets offers a cloud-native digital assets management solution, which is scalable, reliable, and hassle-free. It’s never been a better time for enterprises to adopt such a solution as their centralized DAM system. To share or distribute assets (or their renditions), AEMaaCS provides multiple ways such as asset link share, asset selector, brand portal, etc. But still, there are common use cases where assets (or renditions) just need to be exported to external cloud storage like Azure blob store, S3 bucket, SFTP, etc. (for other systems to further consume) or directly into 3rd party systems like Marketo, Adobe Campaign, PIM, etc. as long as they provide secured asset ingestion endpoints.

Traditionally in AEM 6.x, this usually can be accomplished by “publishing” assets into downstream systems (within a workflow or something) via a custom replication agent. This won’t work in AEMaaCS since AEMaaCS is relying on content distribution rather than replication agent anymore. There is also a paradigm shift in terms of how AEM should be integrated with external systems in a cloud world, which is more event-driven and microservices-based. In this sense, Adobe I/O (Events and Runtime action) can really help to bridge the gap.

Let’s take a look at a use case like this: upon assets publishing, assets’ original rendition (or with one or more other renditions) should be published/exported to either Azure cloud storage or a 3rd party system such as Marketo (eventually can support any 3rd party destination as long as it provides a public asset ingestion endpoint), which is driven by an export destination property defined in assets metadata

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