How much effort does it take to deploy Adobe Analytics?
What does Adobe Analytics use as a tracking ID?
Analytics uses Adobe Experience Cloud ID for tracking purposes, which can pseudonymously identify your visitors across all solutions in Adobe Experience Cloud. It also works with Adobe Experience Cloud Device Co-op, which helps you establish pseudonymous ties between the group of devices individual customers use. In turn, this helps you get a holistic view of your customers’ journeys across all their devices.
How does Adobe Analytics handle data availability, security, and recovery?
Analytics uses a multi-tiered, fully redundant architecture that encompasses both the Analytics network and application. This framework tolerates failures and transparently routes data around trouble spots. And through our partnership with InterNAP, Analytics supports bandwidth, routing, and rerouting across more than nine separate backbones of the internet to maximize your availability.
Can data from other sources be loaded into Adobe Analytics?
There are two different ways you can load data from other sources, based on the requirements of the source types. You can use FTP file transfers to import data files into Analytics Data Sources, and once it’s uploaded into the FTP location we provide you, Data Sources will process them and make them available. You can also programmatically inject data into Analytics via the Data Insertion API.
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