Adobe Experience Manager 6.0 - Digital Now to Next World Tour

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Target Audience

All AEM Technical Users (Developers, System Administrators)

Training Method

Classroom

Duration

2 days

Course Description

Join Adobe evangelists at a tour in your area to learn what's new and how to get started with AEM 6.0. Get key information about new AEM 6.0 features and functionalities in just one event. The “Digital Now to Next” world tour is designed to help you take your customer experience to a whole new level. See the world tour schedule below to find a tour in your area.

Who Should Attend: All AEM Technical Users (System Administrators and Developers) Note: This event is for existing AEM customers only

Agenda

Day 1

  • Keynote Session: Hear Adobe evangelist talk about how to leverage the new capabilities available with AEM 6.0
  • New Features and Functions: AEM Sites Author
  • Deep Dive: Sightly Components, Syntax, New Dialog Boxes
  • Developer View: Sightly, Testing, Sling IDE and Brackets
  • Developer View: MSM, Machine Translation, new UX for live copy and language copy
  • Developer View: Forms

Day 2

  • Welcome Back
  • AEM Sites Architecture and Oak
  • New persistence models (MKs)
  • MongoDB: AEM Sites System Administration
  • Clustering Vs. Replicated Model: Advantages and disadvantages of both models
  • New tools and dashboards: AEM Sites System Administration
  • How to migrate / upgrade 5.6 to 6.0
  • Closing Remarks

Laptop Requirements

If you bring your own laptop, please be aware of the minimum hardware requirements to run AEM 6.0 effectively:

Note: US based events will have computers provided

  • JDK 1.7 » Download from Oracle
  • Pentium or equivalent > 3.5 GHz processor
  • 8 GB RAM minimum
  • 10 GB of hard drive storage space available
  • Windows 7 or better OR Apple OS X
  • IE 9.0 or better, Firefox 30 or better, Chrome 35 or better, Safari 6 or better
  • USB drive access