In this module, you will get a hands-on preview of Adobe Experience Platform Query Service. Query Service lets you perform omnichannel queries across all Adobe Experience Cloud application data, joining and analyzing data across Adobe Campaign, Analytics, Audience Manager, Target, and Advertising Cloud and other customer data loaded/inserted into Adobe Experience Platform.
Query Service is a serverless tool. It supports SQL queries and connectivity from multiple client applications through its PostgreSQL compatibility.
We will use data that has been injected into platform using either Web Interaction Data, Call Center Interactions in combination with Customer Loyalty Data uploaded into platform.
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Have a look at the below architecture, which highlights the components that will be discussed and used in this module.
For this module, please use this sandbox:
Don’t forget to install, configure and use the Chrome Extension as referenced in 0.5 - Install the Chrome extension for the Experience League documentation
You will need to install PSQL to execute the queries in this enablement exercise. Depending on your operating system you will have to install Microsoft Power BI or Tableau. Windows users can choose between Power BI or Tableau. Mac users should install Tableau.
In this you will explore the Adobe Experience Platform Query Service User Interface, learn about data sets, find your queries and finally setup a connection from PSQL.
In this you will learn about the basic Query Service syntax and you can identify the attributes of the XDM schema in your query.
In this you will be doing queries, you will learn about the Adobe Defined Functions while doing some churn analysis. At the end of this you will write a query to prepare a dataset for use in Microsoft Power BI.
Summary of this module and overview of the benefits.
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