Note that in its Enterprise (FFDA) deployment, Campaign works with two databases: a local database for the user interface real-time messaging and unitary queries and write through APIs, and a Cloud database for campaign execution, reporting, data ingestion, batch queries and workflow execution.
Adobe Campaign v8 comes with a limit on the throughput (TPS) of our API layer. Breaking the limit leads to standard HTTP error (429). As a Managed Cloud Services user, you can contact Adobe to adapt the throttling for each API.
Before using Adobe Campaign APIs, you need to be familliar with the following topics:
In order to use APIs and interact with Adobe Campaign, you also must be familiar with your data model.
You can generate a complete description of your data model. Learn more in this page.