MongoDB at Adobe Summit: Scaling Digital Experiences for Global Audiences

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March 06, 2015
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Used by top brands like Panasonic, Verizon Wireless, Audi, and more, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is one of the leading enterprise content management systems on the market.

AEM 6.0 is the next step forward in enabling marketing teams to create, manage, and optimize digital customer experiences across channels. It features support for MongoDB as a new persistence layer, which introduces capabilities for AEM customers such as:

  • Unlimited scalability and increased flexibility - Scale both publish and author instances beyond the limits of a single server. With MongoDB, the AEM and persistence layers can be scaled independently of one another.
  • Support for globally distributed teams - A single shared MongoDB deployment can be deployed across sites.
  • Automatic failover - With auto-healing replica sets, MongoDB reduces the need for manual intervention in the event of an outage.
  • Increased control over data placement - MongoDB allows fine-grained control over data placement within the cluster. With location-aware partitioning, content can be distributed to region-specific nodes to reduce latency, or split based on custom rules.
  • And more…

Adobe Experience Manager has been certified on MongoDB Enterprise Advanced, a finely-tuned package of advanced software, support, certifications, and other services designed for running mission-critical applications.


Next week, we will on site at Adobe Summit 2015 to talk more about how MongoDB can benefit AEM customers. If you’re attending, be sure to come visit us at booth 1014.

We are also hosting a webinar at the end of the month on how clustering Adobe Experience Manager is made easy with MongoDB. The session will be a more in-depth look at how you can use MongoDB to deploy AEM systems at scale. Sign up here.

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