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AEM Training

AEM Training Introduction:

AEM Training course teaches AEM features, functionality, & authoring skills based on a standard project environment. This includes a hands-on introduction to AEM’s dynamic publishing, the responsibilities & roles of a content author, & the best way to work with AEM’s content management features. Adobe CQ5 Developer Training teaches fundamentals of building a custom CQ application, developers the based on templates & components. 

AEM Online Training is rendered by the best subject matter experts and the tutorials prepared by these expert industry allied tutors are made with latest industry updates. Classes are available for the individual as well as for corporate batches on demand. Call the help desk for more information for online AEM training’s and its details.

Prerequisites for AEM training:

  • Knowledge & experience with JavaScript in the client side environment
  • Knowledge & experience with JSP (JavaServer Pages)
  • OOPS(Object Oriented Programming) Advanced knowledge

Adobe Experience Manager Online 6.3 Training Course content

Install & Start an Author Instance
  • Exercise 1.1- Install CQ
  • What is an Author instance?
  • Start the Author Instance
  • Graphical Start
  • Command Line Start
  • Once CQ has started
  • Start and Stop CQ5 Using Scripts
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Edit a Page
  • To Edit a Page
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Browse Related Application/Server Interfaces
  • Exercise 3.1- Browse User Interface
  • How to browse the CRX interface
  • How to use the Adobe Web Console?
  • How to use CRXDE Lite?
Create & Download a CQ Package
  • Why do I need CRX content packages?
  • To create, build, and download a CRX package
Automating Package Manager with cURL
  • Using cURL to automate content package management
Configuring OSGi Bundles
  • EXERCISE 6.1 – Configuring OSGi Bundles: The Version Manager
  • Setting Run modes
  • Configurations per run mode
  • Configurations for Different Run modes
  • Additional Information on Run modes
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Set up Replication Agents; Two Publish Instances
  • Setup replication agent for two publish instance
  • Installing Two Publish Instances
  • Publish instances folder structure
  • Replication agents
  • How do I access and configure Replication Agents
  • Settings Tab Configuration Parameters
  • Tab Configuration Parameters
  • Proxy Tab Configuration Parameters
  • Extended Tab Configuration Parameters
  • Triggers Tab Configuration Parameters
  • How to Monitor Replication Agents?
Activate a Tree
  • Activate a Tree
Add a Reverse Replication Agent
  • Add reverse replication agent
  • Access the Author Agent’s settings
  • Test Reverse Replication
Add the Dispatcher to the IIS WebServer
  • How does the Dispatcher plug in to IIS
Add the Dispatcher to the Apache WebServer
  • How does the Dispatcher plug in to Apache?
Configure the Dispatcher
  • Configuring the “dispatcher.any” file
  • To Configure the Dispatcher
  • Complete the Dispatcher configuration
  • Configuring the Dispatcher Flush Agent
Optimize the TarJournal PM on Author Instance
  • Exercise 13.1- Optimize the TarJournal PM on Author Instance
  • Manually optimizing journaled tar pm files using CRX Console
  • Automatically optimizing tar files using workspace.xml
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  • General
  • Timing
  • Database
  • CRX Online Backup
  • Target Path
  • Delay
  • Backing up to the default Target Directory
  • Backing up to a non-default Target Directory
  • Backing up a Shared Directory
  • Backing up a Large Repository
  • Using JMX (Java Management Extensions) and the MBeans provided by CRX
Cluster Two CQ Instances
  • Clustering Options
  • Cluster Setup
  • Manual Cluster Setup
  • Steps for Manual Slave Cloning
  • Testing the Clustering Instance via Content Page modifications
  • Verifying the Repository configuration via CRX’s GUI
Creating Custom Log Files
  •         Create a custom Log file
  •         Create the Logging Logger
  •         Create the Logging Writer
  •         Using custom run modes with Configurations
  •   Create a CRX Logger
User Administration and Security
  •        Users and Groups
  •         Accessing User Administration with the Security Console
  •         To create a Group
  •         Managing Permissions
  •         Manage Access Rights for different Websites
  •         Manage Access Rights for Design
  •         Manage replication privileges
  •         Deny access rights to consoles
  •         To create a new user
  •         Adding a User and a Group to a Group
  •         Switching to somebody else’s identity
  •         Deleting Users or Groups
  •         Permissions and ACLs.
  • Access Control Lists and how they are evaluated
  • Concurrent permission on ACLs
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Integrating with LDAP and Enabling Single Sign On
  •         Installing a local LDAP Server
  •         LDAP Installation instructions for Windows
  •         LDAP Installation instructions for MAC OS X
  •         Setting up/configuring the LDAP server
  •         Configuring CQ5 for LDAP Authentication.
  •         Configure CQ to integrate with LDAP
  •         Configure repository.xml
  •         Configure ldaplogin.conf
  •         Assigning Rights to Users imported from LDAP into CRX
  •         Purge User007
  •         Synchronize the CRX with LDAP
  •         Check your ldap_login.conf fi le
  •         Make sure your ldap_login.conf fi le is used by the AEM or CRX instance
  •         Increase the log level of the LDAP module to DEBUG and look for messages in crx/error.log
  •         Set up proxy logging between CRX/AEM and LDAP
  •         Extra Credit Exercise
  •         Configuring LDAP over SSL
  •         Configuring SSO
  •         Path
  •         Service Ranking
  •         Header Names
  •         Cookie Names
  •         Parameter Names
  •         User Map
  •         Format
  •         Removing AEM Sign Out Links
  • Performance Tuning
  • Author Environment
  • Publish Environment.
  • Performance Optimization Methodology
  • Planning for Optimization
  • Stay Relevant
  • Agile Iteration Cycles
  • Basic Performance Guidelines
  • To monitor Page response times:
  • To monitor Component based timing:
  • To find long lasting requests/responses:
  • To view timing statistics for Page rendering:
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Find Unclosed JCR Sessions
  •  Finding Unclosed Sessions.
Security Checklists


  •         CRX Security Checklist
  •         Installation Settings
  •         Issues with Cross-Site Request Forgery
  •         Security Checklist
  •         Disable WebDAV & Debug Mode
  •         Disable Debug Mode
Using cURL for Automated Backup
  • Automated backup using cURL
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Features of AEM Training:

  • AEM  is an all-inclusive content management solution for building websites, mobile apps, and forms. And it makes it easy to manage your marketing content and assets.
  • The adobe experience manager 6.3 Online Training also helps you to keep track of your activities on social media. It enables marketers to easily integrate two social media platforms, deliver contents to your social media and by so doing you will be building strong customer engagement.
  • AEM training also comes with digital asset managements which influences advanced media and video technology to sort out media problems. All that you have to do is to upload one principal file, the job of the adobe experience manager is to help you optimize the content and make it look very good on all devices. It analyzes visitor’s information; therefore, whenever a customer happens to visits a marketer’s website, they get an experience that attests to their individual needs.
  • Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 Online training creates an enabling environment for you to have absolute control of your websites, by so doing customers are able to profit from an experience which makes them always wanting to come back. This no doubt will help a marketer to increase his customer base greatly.
  • AEM training is a component of the Adobe Marketing Cloud, which is a collection of solutions that integrate with AEM 6.2 such as Adobe Analytic, Adobe Campaign, Adobe Target, Adobe Social, Adobe, Audience Manager, Adobe Media Optimizer, and Adobe Primetime. AEM can be used on its own or can also be used with one or more other components to obtain a complete digital marketing solution.
  • AEM Training consists of 5 different modules: Assets, Sites, Forms, Mobile, and Communities. Making use of all these modules will is able to offer user an all-inclusive content management solution for building mobile apps, websites, including forms to help manage your marketing content and assets more efficiently.

Some of the prominence of the AEM is:

  • Build and manage all your mobile sites and responsive designs from just a single platform.
  • Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 Online training sites has the instrument for the optimization of shopping carts, sync product information from other systems for example your e-commerce platform, and also make pages from catalog data.
  • The AEM Training is important for organizations that want to manage different sites across a lot of regions. With Sites, one can easily control them from a unified place.
  • AEM Training offers the capability for you to launch and manage marketing campaigns from a principal location. You are also able to organize and store your resources in Sites for easy access and make use of them for all your operations.

The server of Adobe CQ5 is platform independent as it is based on Java. CQ5 is also based on Apache Sling, Apache Felix (OSGi), Technically, Adobe CQ5 is an integration of both application-level as well as infrastructure-level functions. At the application-level, CQ5 enables users to manage content, mobile apps, digital assets, websites, e-commerce, social communities and more. However, at the infrastructure-level, it can be deployed in a standalone mode or as a web application in third-party server; the Sling Web Application Framework of CQ5 reduces the overhead of developing content-oriented applications for developers; and can store all the data from an author as well as code from a developer of a website on its Java Content Repository (JCR) database. Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 Online training Manager also uses HTML5 technology to offer high-end visualization of a website.