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Assets published to Scene7 migration

Oleksii_Chuiev
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Hello everyone. We are making migration for some part of content from one AEM to another (6.5.2 and 6.5.3). As part of content migration a lot of assets should be transferred as well and they are already uploaded and some published to Scene7. Just content packages are not an option - content size too big.


So the question - what is the best way to perform such a migration? I see at least a few options:

1) moving nodes from one AEM repository to another one (via Vault Remote Copy or Grabbit) - https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-64/assets/administer/assets-migration-gui...

2) using some tool from Dynamic Media which is able to back sync assets from Scene7 to AEM (they will just appear in AEM Assets and repository) - https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/aem-6-4-6-5-how-to-pull-as...

3) assets will automatically appear in AEM repository and Assets in case of correct Cloud Service configuration - https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-65/administering/integration/scene7.html. This point is not clear, not sure if it possible at all.

 

Any suggestions or thoughts will be appreciated.

AEM Dynamic Media Dynamic Media Classic migration Scene7
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VikramGaur
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Employee
Employee

Hi Oleksii,

Welcome to Adobe AEM Community.

In regards to your migration query, on that new AEM Author (6.5.3), will you be creating a Scene 7 or Dynamic Media configuration?

If yes, will it a different Scene 7 account?

As those assets already uploaded on Scene 7, so you may go with moving nodes from one AEM repository to another option.

Thanks,

Vikram Gaur

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VikramGaur
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Employee
Employee

Hi Oleksii,

Welcome to Adobe AEM Community.

In regards to your migration query, on that new AEM Author (6.5.3), will you be creating a Scene 7 or Dynamic Media configuration?

If yes, will it a different Scene 7 account?

As those assets already uploaded on Scene 7, so you may go with moving nodes from one AEM repository to another option.

Thanks,

Vikram Gaur

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Oleksii_Chuiev
Level 2
Level 2
Hi Vikram! Yes, Scene7 planned to be used in new environment, it will be the same Scene7 account with already uploaded assets. So what is preferable way for nodes migration? There are a lot of nodes.
VikramGaur
Employee
Employee
Hi Oleksii, I was referring to migrating AEM Assets when I mentioned nodes, you may use any Tool (ACS AEM Tools CSV Asset Importer or Grabbit) or a manual movement can be tried.