Jahia's Digital Experience Manager is a User Experience Platform for Enterprises. The product ships with wizard-based configurations and Enterprise-tested installation procedures.
Digital Experience Manager offers the ability to optimize each company's critical environments. Production, pre-production / staging and development environments can get custom deployment settings.
In terms of security, scalability and high availability, Digital Experience Manager supports a variety of architectures: Multi-purpose, Jahia servers (clustered or standalone) are configured for both authoring and browsing, and share the same database; Dedicated, separate environments for authoring, browsing and processing. Jahia instances are clustered and share the same database but your authoring or browsing capabilities can scale horizontally; & Distant, A complete separation of environments, with different instances for browsing and authoring, with separate databases. The Digital Experience Manager authoring environment pushes content to the browsing environment with Jahia's Distant Server Publishing.
Other features offer related site administrators control on site preferences, users and groups access, content personalization and sharing as well as some restricted design modification with the "Bootstrap integration" module.
Side-by-side translation tools and a new optional translation provider module foster the daily work of authors and translators and can now use online engines to get automated translation.
Administration panels are customizable has the ability to create and add site administration or server administration panels directly through modules. The flexibility offers integration of a company's own developments and the possibility to adapt, customize and / or extend a company's digital platform.
Primary Use Cases
User Experience Platform. Digital Experience Manager.
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