AEM – Instance

An AEM instance refers to a single installation of the Adobe Experience Manager software running on a server. It can be accessed via a web browser and is used to create, edit, and publish digital content.

There are several types of AEM instances, which include:

  1. Author Instance: This is the primary instance where content authors create and manage digital content. It provides a user-friendly interface for content creation and editing, and allows for collaboration among authors.
  2. Publish Instance: This instance is responsible for serving published content to end users. It ensures that content is delivered quickly and efficiently to website visitors or other digital channels, and it can be scaled to handle high traffic loads.
  3. Dispatcher Instance: This instance acts as a caching and load balancing server that sits in front of the Publish instance(s). It helps improve performance and security by serving cached content and handling incoming requests efficiently.
  4. Development Instance: This is a separate instance used by developers for testing and development purposes. It allows developers to create and test code changes without affecting the production instances.
  5. Backup Instance: This instance is used for backing up the content and configuration of the AEM instances. It ensures that data is securely backed up and can be restored in case of data loss or system failures.
  6. Standby Instance: This instance is kept in standby mode and can be quickly activated in case of a failure in the primary instances. It helps ensure high availability and uptime for the AEM environment.

Note: The specific types and configurations of AEM instances may vary depending on the organization’s requirements and setup.

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