This post is Part 2 of the series for sharing information about sitecore mobile implementation where the content is not shared with other sites for e.g. desktop site and mobile site have different content architecture.
Recently I have a chance to work on Sitecore Azure, in this post I will share my experience with Sitecore Azure, pre-requisites for sitecore azure, installing sitecore azure, errors faced during installation and deployment of sitecore azure & their resolutions. So this post will help you to get started with Sitecore Azure. This post considers integration of Sitecore 7.2 and Sitecore Azure 7.2.
I have seen few discussions floating on sitecore forums regarding the best way to implement a mobile site in sitecore. There are many different ways to implement mobile site in sitecore. I will try to share few of the ways which we have implemented based on different requirements and architecture for a site. Sitecore mobile site implementation is covered in a three post series, where each posts covers different ways to implement mobile site.
If you have just started working on cloud computing and you need to find a comparison between SaaS, IaaS and PaaS this post will give you insight about such comparison.
You have just started with Sitecore MVC and might have watched a very good series of videos by Martina Welander. The point to write this post is after watching Part 1 video, I was still not able to run sitecore MVC on my machine. The obvious reason being, Martina’s video are for older version of Sitecore MVC whereas I was working on sitecore 7.2 and MVC 5.
Site Under Maintenance – SUM allows to place your sitecore website under maintenance mode and display a healthy message to your website visitors. This module come in handy while you might be carrying out maintenance, deployments, fixing defects, upgrading your website, moving or restructuring your content.
In most cases, if an organization has the domain controller set up, the workstations are usually included into a domain. Imagine that you have established a connection between the Managers organization unit and your Sitecore CMS installation. This means that the members of this organization unit are now able to work in Sitecore CMS according to their roles. Naturally, these users wish to be logged in to Sitecore CMS automatically. The other implementation of SSO can be for an Organization’s intranet site where in, once the user is logged into a domain the intranet site should authenticate them and display sections of the sites based on their roles. So if you are looking for SSO implementation with Sitecore for above scenarios this post might be helpful.
This post and the attached document will provide you all the required information you need to know about Amazon VPC and how to set up ' VPC with Public and Private Subnets'. The document is enriched with screenshot taken from live AWS console. Download the document from link and enjoy, do let us know your views and feedback if any.
This blog explains how to integrate external aspnet membership database (EAMDb) with Sitecore. If your sitecore implementation requires, •Integration with external aspnet membership database. •You do not want to import / merge your users and roles from EAMDb into core database.