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Recommendations on uploading Image assets to Dynamic Media Scene7 server

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We are planning to migrate our assets from our AEM instance to the Scene7 server. Our images are scattered across various folders and we have decided to run the migration in batches since we have quiet a lot(>10GB) of assets to migrate. 

Scene7 BatchUpload was one of the steps we came across which will do the buk metadata write back

 https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/assets/admin/about-....

 

However there was a recommendation to use it on folders , and this come as part of default dam update asset workflow which we dont want to rerun since we have customization done on the same .

Can we take this Scene7 Batch upload step and create custom workflow or do we have any better approach to migrate individual assets in batches to dynamic media without impacting the server performance

 

 

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@sherinregi You can always create a custom workflow with Scene7 step added and run it through Bulk Workflow Manager from ACS Commons for specific assets. You have option in Bulk WF manager to run the process in single threaded or multi threaded fashion to not impact the server. Please check it out.

https://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-commons/features/bulk-workflow-manager/index.htm...

 

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@sherinregi You can always create a custom workflow with Scene7 step added and run it through Bulk Workflow Manager from ACS Commons for specific assets. You have option in Bulk WF manager to run the process in single threaded or multi threaded fashion to not impact the server. Please check it out.

https://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-commons/features/bulk-workflow-manager/index.htm...

 

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@Saravanan_Dharmaraj  Thanks for the information . We will try to execute the same and see how it manages the load