Pages Tagged with "Apache Jackrabbit Oak"

Improving Bulk User Creation in AEM 200x

Concrete tips and solutions for optimizing the creation & update of large numbers (100,000+) of users and groups in Adobe Experience Manager.

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How AEM as a Cloud Service Scales

With AEM as a Cloud Service, Adobe has solved some challenging problems to make AEM scale in the cloud. Here's how Adobe can scale AEM as a Cloud Service, vs the fixed model for AEM "Classic".

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3 Scripts to Make AEM Compaction Easy

Scripts to help easily run TarMK compaction on AEM 6.0 - AEM 6.2

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Crossing the Performance Chasm with Mass Users / Groups in AEM

Group membership in AEM struggles with large numbers of user, group associations. Learn how to use Jackrabbit Oak's Dynamic Group Membership to support hundreds of thousands of users in AEM.

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AEM as a Cloud Service Follow-Up: Insights from Cedric Huesler

Yesterday, Cedric Huesler, the Director of Product Management at Adobe started a Twitter thread on AEM as a Cloud Service. I have a number of burning questions about AEM as a Cloud Service, so I figured I'd take Cedric up on the offer to ask anything.

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Embedding Oak Index Configurations into a Package

AEM 6 ships with a new repository, CRX3 which is based on Apache Oak, a subproject of the Apache Jackrabbit project. This repository promises significant performance increases over CRX2, however it does require a bit more work to setup. Unlike CRX2, CRX3 requires you to explicitly declare which fields will be indexed.

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Introducing Apache Sling 10

Announcing the release of Apache Sling 10 and the Service User WebConsole.

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Revealing Hidden OAK Properties

Did you know there are properties you can't see in your Apache Sling / Adobe Experience Manager repository? You can see them with Apache Oak Run.

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