Capability matrix

Adobe Campaign Classic comes with a set of modules and options. The availability of these modules and their use can depend on the type of deployment of your installation. This article shares some details about the main differences for certain features between fully hosted (Managed Services) and on-premise deployments.

This page shows the main differences between hosted (Managed Services) and on-premise deployments. Hybrid deployments specificities depend on the elements hosted by Adobe and hosted in your premises.

The different hosting models are introduced in this section.

Availability per deployment model

Capability Hosted Hybrid On-premise Details
Configure Campaign server On-demand Available Available Learn more
Email BCC On-demand On-demand Available Learn more
Manage Message Center execution instance On-demand On-demand Available Learn more
Managing Mid-sourcing platform On-demand On-demand Available Learn more
Inbox rendering via Litmus On-demand On-demand Available Learn more
Integrating with IMS (Adobe ID) On-demand On-demand On-demand Learn more
Encrypting/Decrypting data for file transfers On-demand Available Available Learn more
Zipping/Unzipping files On-demand Available Available Learn more
Domain Name Delegation On-demand On-demand Not available Learn more
Installing SpamAssassin On-demand Available Available Learn more
Accessing deliverability reports Available On-demand Available Learn more
Configuring LDAP authentication Not Available Available Available Learn more

Federated Data Access

Adobe Campaign provides the Federated Data Access (FDA) option in order to process information stored in one or more external databases: you can access external data without changing the structure of Adobe Campaign data. Learn more

CAUTION

Accessing an external database via FDA is only possible for on-premise or hybrid installations, except with the Snowflake connector.

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