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A customer wants to migrate their AEM environment from an on-premise infrastructure to a public cloud to improve performance. The customer currently hosts many assets (images, videos, documents) in the DAM. Approximately 10 business users frequently upload new assets and update existing assets. Editors then use these assets on the sites.
What should an Architect do as part of this migration?
“running online revision cleanup before moving to the new storage format can reduce the size of the repository and improve performance”.
A large retail customer is building their ecommerce platform on AEM. Several third-party vendors sell products through their site. Those vendors need to review and verify the content close to production before the content goes live and the customer wants to provide them a restricted environment.
Which approach should the Architect recommend?
According to Adobe Experience Manager documentation1, a publish (preview) server is a publish instance that is used for previewing content before it goes live on the production server. This can be useful for verifying content with third-party vendors or other stakeholders who need restricted access.
Refer to the exhibit.
A customer has SSO on its AEM Author environment using Adobe IMS, which is integrated with the customer's IDP using SAML The customer plans to roll out a new secured website on AEM where SSO authentication is required for end users. The end user accounts are also managed in the customer's existing IDP.
How should the Architect set up the authentication for the website?
SAML is a common and standard SSO handler that allows a user to access multiple systems after providing authentication credentials once. AEM ships with a SAML 2.0 Authentication Handler that supports signing and encryption of messages, automatic creation of users, and synching groups to existing ones in AEM3. By integrating AEM Publisher using SAML directly with the IDP, the Architect can leverage the existing user accounts and authentication mechanism for the end users of the secured website.
A customer has an international presence and a strong brand image. The customer considers the exceptional quality images used for both print and on the website to be essential for its business, The customer uses AEM 6.5 managed services with a configuration of 2 dispatchers, 2 publishers, and 1 author.
The original images can weigh up to 500Mb with videos weighing even more. Renditions are generated after files are uploaded to AEM DAM by the Design team so the Authoring team can use them on the website.
The teams report issues with platform stability and slowness. Visitors report that images look pixelated on some screens and pages are very slow to load.
Which two actions should the Architect take to resolve these issues? (Choose two.)
“optimizing renditions for different viewports can improve the image quality and page load speed for visitors. Splitting AEM Assets and Sites in two different stacks and using Connected Assets can reduce the load on the author server and improve platform stability”.
A customer is about to go live with a new website on AEM on prem. The DNS (www.domam.com) already points to the load balancer of the AEM environment and final sanity checks are being performed. The website was tested in lower environments without SSL On production, the website is served over https. During sanity testing, all requests result in a 404.
While investigating this issue, an Architect determines the following:
• The requests land on port 443 on the load balancer where SSL is terminated and an HTTP header X-Forwarded-Proto is set
• The website Sling Mapping is created beneath /etc/map/http/www.domain.com.80
• The URLs on the website are externalized with http in the absolute links
Which two actions should the Architect take to resolve this problem? (Choose two.)
“the Sling Mapping should match the protocol and port of the incoming request, which in this case is https and 443. The Apache Felix Http Service SSL Filter should be configured to use the X-Forwarded-Proto header to detect if the request is secure or not”.