In previous posts, we discussed what is xDB Cloud, Advantages/Disadvantages, Useful Terminologies, How to configure etc. In disadvantages, we seen that we could not connect xDB Cloud directly using tool like Robomongo and MongoVUE. Limiting the action we can perform on MongoDB over On-Premise setup. To overcome this, Sitecore has come up with xDB Cloud RestAPI, not strong enough but maturing steadily. Using which you can perform different operations.
Let’s understand each methods with an example. I use Postman for such purpose. It is a tool build on top of Chrome with lots of cool feature.
In earlier, blog posts we discussed the basics of xDB Cloud, some of the advantages and disadvantages of using xDB Cloud as well some useful terminologies. Now we will see how to configure xDB Cloud for variousenvironments. Consider below versions of the resources for our exercise:
In earlier, blog post we discussed the basics of xDB Cloud, some of the advantages and disadvantages of using xDB Cloud. Now it’s time to jump on the battle field to configure the xDB Cloud on the local environment. But before moving ahead to configuration and connection, let’s walk through few terminologies which will help you understand each and every configuration very well throughout the setup.
Sitecore xDB Cloud Edition is a managed service that enables you to run Sitecore xDB entirely in the Cloud. This service includes dedicated Sitecore application servers for processing, aggregation, and reporting.