AEM 6 system administrator

AEM 6 system administrator

AEM 6 system administrator

1)Installing and starting author instance

– Graphical start

– Command line start

– Once AEM has started

2)Create and download AEM package

– Why do you need CRX content package

– To create build and download a CRX package

3)Automating package manager with CURL

– Using CURL to automate content package management

– Configuring OSGI bundles – The version manager

– Run modes – Setting run modes

– Configuration for different run modes

4)Replication agent

– Setup replication agent for 2 publish instance

– To access and configure replication agents

– Settings tab configuration parameters

– Transport, proxy and trigger tab parameters

– How to monitor replication agents

– Activate a tree

5)Reverse replication agent

 Add reverse replication agent

– Access the author’s agent setting

– Test reverse replication

6)Optimise the Tar Journal PM on author instance

– Upgrade to AEM 6.0 with CRX2 runmode keeping the same tar PM repository

– Migration to tar mk

–  optimize the Tar journal PM on author instance

– Manually optimizing tar pm files using CRX console

– Automatically optimizing tar pm files using CRX console

7)Creating custom log files

– Create the logging logger

– Create the logging writer

– Create a CRX logger

– Using custom run modes with configuration

8)User administration and security

– Users and groups

– To create a group

– Deny access rights to consoles

– Permissions and ACL’s

– Concurrent permissions on ACL’s.

9)Security checklist

– CRX security checklist

– Installation settings

– Issues with cross-site request forgery

– AEM security checklist

– Disable debug mode

10)Confguring the dispatcher

– Installing the dispatcher module into apache

– Configuring http.conf

– Update the publish instance port number on the dispatcher.any file

11)Performance monitoring

Planning for optimization

– To monitor page response times

– To monitor component based timing

– To find long lasting requests/responses

– To view timing statistics for page rendering