This document helps you understand the steps that your System Administrator must take to assign your team members to AEM as a Cloud Service product profiles and why it is crucial to enable your AEM Authors to embark on their journey with AEM.
After reading this section you should understand:
To be granted access to AEM as a Cloud Service users must belong to one of two product profiles:
AEM Users or
AEM Administrators. Your team members must be granted permissions to the AEM instance, since permissions to administer Cloud Manager will not suffice.
Every user assigned to AEM User product profile by the system administrator will have (read-only) access to Cloud Manager.
Before you start reading this section, you should consider following these pre-requisites:
Understand AEM as a Cloud Service product profiles
Be familiar with Admin Console
Cloud Manager product profiles have been assigned to your team members as appropriate, and cloud resources have been setup
Details about your team member: System Administrator must have the names and email addresses and the roles and responsibilities for the team members who will need access to AEM as a Cloud Service.
For the purpose of onboarding, we recommend that you initially add users who will participate in the immediate tasks, such as administrators, developers and content authors. You can continue the rest of the onboarding without adding all users. After you have finished onboarding, you can scale to a larger number of users later.
Follow the steps below to see the list of Cloud Manager Profiles from Adobe Admin Console:
Log in to Adobe Admin Console. From the Overview page, select Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service from the Products and services card.
Navigate and select the instance (Author instance of Development environment) as shown in the picture below.
You will see the list of AEM as a Cloud Service product profiles that will be need to assigned to a user based on their role.
To learn more about these, see AEM as a Cloud Service Product Profiles.
To be granted access to AEM as a Cloud Service instance users must belong to one of two product profiles
AEM Users or
You must be granted permissions to the instance, permissions to administer the Cloud Manager will not suffice. Learn more.
The steps below must be followed by a System Administrator who is also in the Business Owner role.
Navigate to your program from Cloud Manager and select the Manage Access button from the context of the environment of interest as shown below.
A new tab navigates you to Adobe Admin Console from where you have access to the author instance of the environment. Select AEM Administrators or AEM Users based on the permissions this individual needs to be give. Learn more about AEM as a Cloud Service product profiles.
AEM Administrator or
AEM User and click on Add User as shown below and submit the necessary details to complete adding the team member.
The user you added will now have access to the AEM as a Cloud Service Author services!
You will want to repeat these steps for all environments including Development, Stage and Production, if you have the information of team members who need access available.
The users that you assigned to AEM as a Cloud Service product profiles are now ready to learn how to access Author and get familiar with authoring pages in AEM as a Cloud Service. You should follow the path, by next reviewing the document Learning Path for AEM Users or for Developers and Deployment Managers.