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[AEM Gems Webinar] Accelerating Experience Manager as a Cloud Service development with Rapid Development Environments

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AEM as a Cloud Service - Local Development Environment setup
In this video let us see how to setup a local environment for AEM as a cloud service development

Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service is the cloud-native way of leveraging the AEM applications.

As a first step download the required software’s from experience.adobe.com - you should have the required access
Download the latest Java version from General tab - I am downloading "Oracle JDK 11.0.6 for Windows-x64", download latest AEM SDK from AEM as a Cloud Services tab

Extract the Java Archive file
Extract the SDK file. I am installing the publish instance, rename the SDK quick start file as expected

Set environment variable in CMD
set JAVA_HOME="C:\Albin\SW\AEM-Cloud-service\dev\jdk-11.0.6"
set PATH=%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%PATH%;

Run jar - java -jar aem-sdk-publish-p4503.jar

In this video let us see how to setup a local environment for AEM as a cloud service development Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service is the cloud-native way of leveraging the AEM applications.

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