How does Adobe Experience Manager fit into a headless CMS strategy?
Experience Manager provides the balance you need by acting as a hybrid CMS. While Experience Manager gives you the choice to use it as a decoupled CMS or headless-only CMS, it’s best used with a hybrid approach that supports channel-centric content management and provides headless CMS functionality at the same time.
How does Adobe Experience Manager ensure availability?
Adobe Experience Manager offers different levels of redundancy and failover as part of its fully hosted and managed service. Based on your availability and budget needs, you can choose from different uptime guarantees through the different service level agreements we offer, including 99.5%, 99.9% and 99.99% agreements.
Will Adobe Experience Manager integrate with the different third-party services and tools we currently use?
Yes. We’ve built Experience Manager as an open system to integrate with most, if not all, third-party systems or services you might be using. With Experience Manager’s prebuilt connectors, it’s simple to integrate with a wide variety of services, like AWS, Salesforce, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others. Plus, our integration framework, APIs and SDKS further enhance your ability to integrate with other CRMs, back-end databases, e-commerce engines and more.
What programming or scripting languages will our developers need to know in order to build our site with Adobe Experience Manager?
Experience Manager is a Java-based environment. But in terms of creating, editing and pushing out content, very little — if any — coding is required. In most instances, the Experience Manager interface can handle coding. But for customisations beyond the interface or to build integrations that require coding, your developers will need to use Java and Java-based standards. Either way, Experience Manager doesn’t limit the look and feel of your site.
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