AEM Compose is a new automation tool for AEM developers. Check out this comprehensive guide to see what it's about, why and how we built it, and what use cases it caters to. Whether you're new to AEM or an experienced us (...)
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In this short guide we will run a fully-operational AET instance with just one short command. (...)
Are VMs more secure than containers? There is no general answer to that question. Hopefully, this post will give you insight into the topic. (...)
Automating software delivery became a standard in the modern development process. There are dozens of tools available for enterprise as well as open-source projects. Today we will take a closer look at the GitHub Actions (...)
Deployment of AEM in the cloud does not have to be complex and time-consuming. In this article, we describe a novel approach to AEM setup in the cloud using Gradle AEM plugin (GAP) supported by Terraform for the infrastr (...)
The introduction of AEM as a Cloud Service marks a new era in the world of AEM development. This post provides a tutorial of integrating Cloud Manager, a new CI/CD tool from Adobe, with existing Jenkins-based approaches (...)
Developing AEM Dispatcher configuration can be challenging. The same attribution goes to httpd configuration, especially for developers without a broad experience with it. This article will show how to release this pain (...)
AEM in the cloud is a confusing and vague statement. This post presents a simple explanation of available deployment models for AEM. If you're unsure about recently introduced "AEM as a Cloud Service" and "Cloud Manager" (...)
Speed up your Maven AEM application build for AEM Cloud Manager using Gradle AEM Plugin. (...)
At the Pozitive Technologies event, Jakub Wądołowski will talk about taming content delivery at scale.
67th edition of Poznań Testing and Quality meetup at Cognifide.
“A story of Lambda” by Marcin Płaczek at Poznań Testing and Quality Group
Fifth edition of QA discussion online [PL]
AEM Compose (AEMC) is a versatile tool for managing Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) instances. With a comprehensive set of commands, it simplifies tasks such as working with CRX packages, OSGi configurations, JCR repository nodes, and more. Its seamless integration with Ansible enhances automation capabilities.