Showing posts from June, 2021

How Does S3 works with AEM ?

How Does S3 works with AEM  ? Accommodating a huge amount of assets in any content management platform is challenging. Adobe Experience Manager offers an integration with the Amazon S3 storage solution, allowing binary data for images, documents and videos to be stored in an S3 bucket. Amazon S3 is highly performant and offers nearly infinite storage capacity.   When talking about terabyte storage, performance is everything. The choices made during the planning and architecting phase can literally make or break the performance of a CMS system and the websites running on it.  Adobe Experience Manager offers a number of storage methods, each offering a different way of storing data. Each of these options has its strengths and weaknesses. In AEM storage the mechanisms are called Micro Kernels, or MK for short.  In this article we will look at the AEM with S3 data store. For the detailed steps for S3 configuration you can refer -

Build is failing due to CHECKSUM issue.

 Maven build is failing due to CHECKSUM issue.  AEM Developers, Infrastructure Engineers regularly come across a challenge on building the AEM code & dispatcher module use to get failed while mvn build. The article addresses in a simple way on how to understand the mechanisms of dispatcher module build, and gives a detailed explanation of how it can be resolved.  This is useful for  building the code for a deployment via Pipeline either it is Adobe Cloud manager or Jenkins, you can see this error while your local build itself.  This error is caused, as the dispatcher owner does not not want you to change/modify few of its default files which are marked as immutable in dispatcher server.  You can find full list of immutable files on of dispatcher provided by Adobe. Issue :- In AEM while doing the deployment it is being seen , user get the exception , Maven mandatory check failed.  [main] [ERR