Learn how to use Adobe’s Cloud Acceleration Manager application to ensure a smooth and successful transition to Adobe Experience Manager in the Cloud. Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service provides you with a modern cloud foundation to help your teams accelerate their customer experience management initiatives and stay ahead of the curve. With Adobe’s tried-and-tested transition methodology and tools, you can accelerate the transition of your Adobe Experience Manager application from an on-premises implementation to Experience Manager as a Cloud Service. In this 60-minute training workshop, learn how to get started on this transition journey with Adobe’s Cloud Acceleration Manager application, designed to ensure a smooth and successful transition to the cloud. Learn how to:
1. Read readiness reports in Cloud Acceleration Manager to self-assess your readiness
2. Outline a clear transition strategy and define the migration activities
3. Create a successful go-live plan and prioritize post-live optimization
Are there any plans to discontinue the on-premise version of AEM with future releases?
No. We have many existing customers with their own uniquetimelines/paths to Cloud Service. We will not be discontinuing the on-prem andcontinue to support/release innovations through service packs. Having said that,we strongly encourage our customers to start modernizing their implementationsor getting them cloud-ready so they can leverage maximum out of theirinvestment in AEM.
Just curious, is this session just for migrating from AEM on-prem to AEM cloud? We're about to migrate to AEM from another DAM and I had hoped to gain insights here.
How will content sync work in cloud environment? Is there any OOTB support for content and digital assets for the lower environment?
Today, you can use content packages to move content from higher environment to lower environment. Later this year, we will be introducing a feature called Content Backflow to make it easier to move content in Cloud Service.
we are currently using Azure SSO for author.. would that change with AEM as a cloud service?
In AEM as a Cloud Service , the IMS based SSO is the default. With that model , the identities from Microsoft IDP will be brought into Adobe Admin Console and then those identities will be used for provisioning the required access to AEMaaCS. Please refer to this for more related information - https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/using/add-azure-sync.html
Did I read correctly online that Felix was ditched in Cloud?
Not ditched. you still need to use osgi configurations to configure services. But the console is no longer available in AEM Cloud Service to avoid manual changes. You just have to set the configuration values via the codebase so it is consistent across all environments. Still accessible on your local AEM SDK though if you miss that UI
whatoptions we have to connect AEM as a cloud service to on-prem systems.