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AEM 5.6.1 e-Commerce Integration by Meryll Blanchet

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  • 1. AEM 5.6.1 e-Commerce Integration Meryll Blanchet | Adobe
  • 2. Technical Architect Adobe Consulting Services • http://www.linkedin.com/meryllblanchet • http://www.xing.com/meryll.blanchet
  • 3. What is e-Commerce ? • Remote commercial transactions • Electronic or digital interfaces • Multi-channel and multi-protocol • Main remote sales channel
  • 4. How to start ?
  • 5. What can I do with it ? On Author: • Product Import • Catalog Management • Segmentation On Publish: • Session Management • Personalization • Search
  • 6. One framework to rule them all ?
  • 7. #1: Online Catalog
  • 8. #2: Hybris integration
  • 9. #3: Custom integration
  • 10. What are the main challenges ?
  • 11. Products and Catalogs
  • 12. From PIM to product pages… • Product Import • Content Structure • Multi-Channel, Multi-market, Multi-lingual • Catalog pages creation
  • 13. Demo
  • 14. The Tools • Product Importer (manual, scheduled, incremental) • Product Scaffolding (CMS enrichment) • Catalog Blueprint (catalog pages rollout)
  • 15. Cacheability
  • 16. The Bad Guys • Dynamic Content (price, availability) • Customer Specific Information (context information) • Sensitive Information (checkout information) • Transactions (cart and account operations, checkout)
  • 17. Demo
  • 18. The Tools • CRX (“static” product information) • Dispatcher and Webserver (Cache and SSI) • Proxy / CDN (Edge-Side Includes) • Client Context (Local Storage, Cookie, Memory)
  • 19. Personalization
  • 20. It can happen EVERYWHERE • Navigation and facets • Dynamic Pushes and Cross-Sells, Offers and Promotions • Product Visibility and Prices • Sensitive information
  • 21. Demo
  • 22. The Tools • Client Context and Segmentation • Cacheable and non-cacheable JSON • Permission Sensitive Caching
  • 23. Session Management
  • 24. Or how to keep a state in a stateless architecture • 3rd party authentication • Session ID • Back-End persistence • Client Context
  • 25. Demo
  • 26. Be Careful With • Session stickiness (Token-based authentication) • Session expiration (e-Commerce VS CRX Token) • Session failover (publish instance crash) • Number of users (purge)
  • 27. Thank You ! Any Question ?