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AEMaaCS SandBox, Can I setup CDN and Domain?

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On AEMaaCS on my Partner's Sandbox, can we setup CDN and Domain, for example setup certificate, etc?

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Hi @AEMWizard ,

AEM as Cloud Service is shipped with a built-in CDN. Its main purpose is to reduce latency by delivering cacheable content from the CDN nodes at the edge, near the browser. It is fully managed and configured for optimal performance of AEM applications.
One point to note here is Sandbox program environments do not support a customer-provided CDN also Custom domains and IP allow lists are not available in sandbox programs.

For more detail and limitation on it, you can follow below link

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/en/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/implementing/usi...



-Tarun

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Community Advisor

Hi @AEMWizard ,

AEM as Cloud Service is shipped with a built-in CDN. Its main purpose is to reduce latency by delivering cacheable content from the CDN nodes at the edge, near the browser. It is fully managed and configured for optimal performance of AEM applications.
One point to note here is Sandbox program environments do not support a customer-provided CDN also Custom domains and IP allow lists are not available in sandbox programs.

For more detail and limitation on it, you can follow below link

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/en/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/implementing/usi...



-Tarun

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Hi @AEMWizard ,

In Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service (AEMaaCS), the setup and management of CDN (Content Delivery Network) and custom domains are handled by Adobe. As a customer or partner, you do not have direct access to configure CDN or set up custom domains in the sandbox environment.

However, in a production environment, Adobe provides options to configure CDN and custom domains. You can work with Adobe or your Adobe partner to set up CDN and configure custom domains for your AEMaaCS instance.

It's important to note that the specific details and options for CDN and custom domain setup may vary depending on your specific AEMaaCS subscription and agreement with Adobe. It is recommended to consult with Adobe or your Adobe partner for more information and assistance with CDN and custom domain setup in your AEMaaCS environment.