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Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a suite of online cloud-based services provided by Adobe for content and digital asset management.

ServicesEdit

Adobe Experience Manager Overview

Adobe Experience Manager Overview

  • Experience Manager Sites
  • Experience Manager Assets
  • Experience Manager Forms
  • Managed Services

Product historyEdit

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The software was originally launched in early 2000 as Communiqué (CQ) by Day Software of Basel, Switzerland. The first release, based on Day's ContentBus architecture, was comprised of a set of CGI scripts for Netscape Enterprise Server. After CQ 5.3 had been released,[1] Day Software was acquired by Adobe Systems on October 29, 2010.[2] Communiqué was briefly rebranded as Adobe CQ,[3] and then became Adobe Experience Manager.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Adobe AEM History by Ankur Ahlawat, AEM CQ5 Tutorials. 2016-12-06.
  2. Adobe Successfully Completes Acquisition of Day Software, Adobe Systems. 2010-10-29. Archived 2017-06-25.
  3. Adobe CQ, Adobe Systems. Archived 2012-06-27.
  4. Got an HTTP 301 response at crawl time | Redirecting to..., Adobe Systems. Archived 2013-03-07.

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