Content Replication Process - Security - Governance

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sud_varun

15-10-2015

Hello,

I have a scenario where 1 Author instance replicates its content to 1 Publish instance.

Now, at the infrastructure level, how does the replication process follows between two different applications (author and publish)?

Is there a security layer attached and wrapped around the content that flows from one instance to another?

How do we ensure that the replicated content is not corrupted during its transport?

How does AEM/CQ prepares the content that gets replicated to the publish instance?

Thank you in advance!

Varun

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15-10-2015

justin_at_adobe wrote...

AEM uses a proprietary binary format for replication called Durbo. Durbo includes the necessary checksumming to ensure that replicated content is not corrupted during transport. If it is, the replication receiver servlet (on publish) will reject it and the replication sender (on author) will retry. In terms of security, you can use either basic authentication or MSSL for authenticating the replication request.

Regards,

Justin

 


Perfect. Thanks!