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How to configure s3 in AEM ?

How to Configure S3 in AEM  Configuring s3 data stores in AEM 6 In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), binary data can be stored independently from the content nodes. The binary data is stored in a data store, whereas content nodes are stored in a node store. Both data stores and node stores can be configured using OSGi configuration. Each OSGi configuration is referenced using a persistent identifier (PID). In this article we learn the detailed steps for configuration S3 data store in AEM.  You can get the architectural level understand of S3 with AEM from article -   Amazon S3 Data Store AEM can be configured to store data in Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3). It uses the org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.blob.datastore.S3DataStore.config PID for configuration.   In order to enable the S3 data store functionality, a feature pack containing the S3 Datastore Connector needs to be downloaded and installed.  Go to the Adob

Pre warming AWS Load balancer

AWS: Pre-Warming the Load Balancer How to Resolve Load balancer request over flow for a sudden traffic spike ?  Load balancer is giving 504 error ? Load balancer is giving target connection  error ? If you are facing such issues ,  please read this article to get the solution.  Do you expect a spike in traffic? Let’s say your stakeholders expect a ramp of 20000 users in the first minutes of your website. How do you handle a scenario where you expect tens of thousands of users in the first minutes since the launch of your website? This is a great example of handling fault tolerance in AWS. If one wants to achieve fault tolerance in AWS, there a few options to do that: Use a Load Balancer – no matter how much the traffic increases, if you place your instances behind a Load Balancer it is always a great idea because the traffic is balanced across all the healthy instances. Use an Auto Scaling Group – Load balancer can scale up/down with as many instances as you want, this is a really po

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 -