Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service (AEMaaCS) offers the latest and greatest from Adobe for marketers using the platform. While providing the well-known simple, intuitive authoring experience that sets it apart as an enterprise CMS, AEMaaCS also promises automatic scaling, zero downtime, as well as automatic product updates.
Now that the platform is available as a Cloud Service, how does it affect the day-to-day for an AEM developer working on customizing the platform? That's why we're here to find out!
Setup & Development
Developers all have to work locally to get their job done—how does that work with AEMaaCS when Adobe sets up the servers for you?
How Do I Get Started?
AEM as a Cloud Service is released as an SDK for local development. It can be downloaded from Experience Cloud Software Distribution. Yep! It's self-service. No need to figure out who to reach out to in the organization for the pesky license.properties file.
Tip: To access the SDK listings, you will need your Adobe Organization to at least be provisioned for AEM as a Cloud Service or AMS.