Adobe Campaign Architecture is based on a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and comprises several functional modules.

These modules can be deployed on one or more computers, in single or multiple instances, depending on constraints in terms of scalability, availability and service isolation.

The scope of deployment configurations is therefore very broad and spans a single, central computer through to configurations including multiple dedicated servers over multiple sites.
Available Functional modules are below:

  • Application server (nlserver web)
  • Workflow engine (nlserver wfserver)
  • Delivery Server (nlserver mta)
  • Redirection server (nlserver webmdl)
  • Managing bounce emails (nlserver inMail)
  • SMS delivery status (nlserver sms)
  • Writing log messages (nlserver syslogd)
  • Writing tracking logs (nlserver trackinglogd)
  • Writing inbound events (nlserver interactiond)
  • Supervising modules (nlserver watchdog)
  • Statistics server (nlserver stat)

These modules can be deployed on one or more computers, in single or multiple instances, depending on constraints in terms of scalability, availability and service isolation.

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Amit Kumar

Results driven Adobe Certified Architect with extensive experience managing and implementing marketing Strategies to drive business growth. Enjoy optimizing the customer experience through the use of data, futuristic thinking + channel mixing – e.g., using creative combinations of traditional methods + shiny new toys like automation platforms.