WE can block access to the entire site using AEM Cloud Managers IP
whitelisting feature. The business wants to hide only specific
directories of content. We can do this via dispatcher config, but this
requires a release cycle (which is 2-4 weeks), so if they want to
add/remove an IP, or protect a new folder, its a long wait. Is there any
in built way to do something like this in AEM cloud? We could create a
servlet filter for all pages, create a settings page that allows content
editors to admin...
We have a person who's main job is to build a package on our prod env,
download it, then upload and install it on our 5 non prod environments
on a daily basis. This is so our uat/test/hotfix envs etc. have the
latest content. Given the limitations imposed on Cloud AEM, is there a
way to automate this? Maybe selenium scripts?
The dispatcher tools only work on intel macs as it requires x86
architecture, although Apache itself does not. As we are using cloud
AEM, which takes 1.5-2 hours to deploy, if I want to test a 1 line
change to dispatcher, I have to wait around 2 hours. If it doesn't work,
another 2 hours. Getting (cloud version of) dispatcher working on M1 mac
would save days or weeks of time. If anyone ever gets this working,
please let me know, along with steps if possible.