Content Features


Analytics integration

Get detailed and useful insights about your users' behavior. Digital Experience Manager is compatible with all analytics solutions, whether they are running on your server or online.

A Google Analytics component is provided by default with the Digital Experience Manager platform for precise page tagging. If you want to use another analytics platform, it is simple to insert your own component and gather meaningful and actionable data about your visitors. Some of our customers use Xiti, Omniture or Piwik. If you want to integrate another analytics engine than Google, you can sponsor a generic development and drive the next release in our roadmap thanks to our sustainable open source business model. 


Distance Publishing

For the most demanding environments, Jahia's Digital Experience Manager can be configured to work in a remote publishing mode. Servers can push content to fully separate and distant servers having their own database, even behind a corporate firewall. Those servers are solely dedicated to delivering pages to visitors. In this configuration, the edition servers are fully secure and the load is handled better.

Publishing from behind the firewall

Because security matters are paramount, you have the ability to fully separate authoring and browsing environments. With its Distant Server Publishing module, Jahia's Digital Experience Manager offers a scalable, well-compartmentalized solution for pushing content validated on your editing platform to the public production environment.

This architecture is compatible with all enterprise firewall software and can be configured to match your most demanding security needs.

Greater availability

Optimize your server scalability - with a dedicated browsing environment, you can more easily define what load your front-end server can handle, then plan more precisely whether to add more servers or not.

Provide a more reliable browsing experience to your visitors. Editing tasks can generate heavy database queries which would translate into lesser availability of the site without distant server publication.

Also, if your editing environment encounters an issue, the front-end servers are not impacted and your users can continue browsing. 


More comfortable authoring

By separating browsing and authoring / editing environments, your authoring servers stay internally protected by your corporate firewall while browsing servers access the internet. As a consequence, your websites are no longer a possible entry door into your IS and draft content and not-yet-ready-to-be-published is not accessible at all. Sometimes you may need to launch a new product or promotional campaign to yield massive traffic to your web sites. Viral marketing through social networks can also generate a high influx of visitors.

Keeping the front-end and back-end separate ensures that foreseen or unforeseen traffic peaks do not affect your digital workforce's authoring effort.

Extensibility without limits

Digital Experience Manager is a very flexible platform. If the default configurations or features of the embedded digital assets manager (DAM) do not match your needs, you can customize it to match with your exact requirements. Using rules, your developers can effortlessly tailor the platform to implement the automated tasks you need, such as document transformation (convert Word files to PDF, for instance), duplication, archiving, copyrighting, etc.

The DAM Rules module, available in the Private App Store, is a very good example of what can be achieved at a very low cost and with minimum training requirements to customize exactly as is needed.



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