Data Landing Zone is an Azure Blob storage interface provisioned by Adobe Experience Platform, granting you to access a secure, cloud-based file storage facility to bring files into Platform. You have access to one Data Landing Zone container per sandbox, and the total data volume across all containers is limited to the total data provided with your Platform Produces and Services license. All customers of Platform and its application services such as Customer Journey Analytics, Journey Orchestration, Intelligent Services, and Real-time Customer Data Platform are provisioned with one Data Landing Zone container per sandbox. You can read and write file(s) to your container through Azure Storage Explorer or your command-line interface.
Data Landing Zone supports SAS-based authentication and its data is protected with standard Azure Blob storage security mechanisms at rest and in transit. SAS-based authentication allows you to securely access your Data Landing Zone container through a public internet connection. There are no network changes required for you to access your Data Landing Zone container, which means you do not need to configure any allow lists or cross-region setups for your network. Platform enforces a strict seven-day time-to-live (TTL) on all files uploaded to a Data Landing Zone container. All files are deleted after seven days.
The following is a list of constraints that you must account for when naming your cloud storage files or directories.
/). If provided, it will be automatically removed.
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" \ / : | < > * ?.
\uE000, while valid in NTFS filenames, are not valid Unicode characters. In addition, some ASCII or Unicode characters, like control characters (such as
\u0081, and so on), are also not allowed. For rules governing Unicode strings in HTTP/1.1 see RFC 2616, Section 2.2: Basic Rules and RFC 3987.
The documentation below provides information on how to bring data from your Data Landing Zone container to Adobe Experience Platform using APIs or the user interface.