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I have a site on AEM Cloud and I wish to integrate Edge Delivery Services for the development of certain informational pages. Is it possible to do this, and how could it be done? Is there any guide for this specific use case? Thank you very much.

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Hi @Johnhenao10, if you want to develop the pages from scratch you could follow this tutorial:
https://www.aem.live/developer/tutorial
I am sure, now your new site pages are live at https://<URL>.hlx.live/ .

If you wish to migrate your already existing pages you can use the AEM importer (https://www.aem.live/developer/importer ) tool. It scraps all your required site data into the google docs and then you can use those docs while following the above same tutorial.

To connect the pages of your AEM and site built on Edge delivery, you can also do the mixing using https://www.aem.live/docs/redirects

To customize your site pages (or) to add more functionality (or) to add your own CDN on top of adobe's default CDN, you can go through the below URL:
https://www.aem.live/docs/

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@Johnhenao10 The below page clearly explains the how you can create a site with edge delivery services using AEM(Universal editor) or using document based editing.

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/edge-delivery/overv... 

 

Also check this developer guide of creating site using Franklin project.

https://www.aem.live/developer/tutorial

 

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@Johnhenao10 please get in contact with your Adobe CSE or sales representative..

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Hi @Johnhenao10, if you want to develop the pages from scratch you could follow this tutorial:
https://www.aem.live/developer/tutorial
I am sure, now your new site pages are live at https://<URL>.hlx.live/ .

If you wish to migrate your already existing pages you can use the AEM importer (https://www.aem.live/developer/importer ) tool. It scraps all your required site data into the google docs and then you can use those docs while following the above same tutorial.

To connect the pages of your AEM and site built on Edge delivery, you can also do the mixing using https://www.aem.live/docs/redirects

To customize your site pages (or) to add more functionality (or) to add your own CDN on top of adobe's default CDN, you can go through the below URL:
https://www.aem.live/docs/

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Hi @Johnhenao10 
You need to ask Adobe to enable xwalk services in your cloud instance for edge delivery services.This is available only for VIP customer.

 

you can use hybrid approach to serve editorial and AEM pages from 2 different sources.

CDN can act as a proxy and reroute the requests



Arun Patidar

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Kautuk Sahni

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Integrating Edge Delivery Services (EDS) with your AEM Cloud site for informational pages is a great way to improve performance! AEM Cloud works seamlessly with EDS, and you can develop content using pre-built blocks or custom extensions. While there might not be a specific guide for informational pages alone, Adobe's documentation and resources on EDS with Cloud certification will get you started.