There are several buzzwords over the past few years that are finally starting to become realistic from a strategic and technical perspective. This has become especially clear after several announcements during Sitecore Symposium in October. These terms and concepts have created ambiguity for Sitecore clients and partners alike as they signal significant shifts in Sitecore’sContinue reading “Sitecore Composable Terminology”
In a previous post, I walked through the process of creating an Azure Active Directory tenant that can be managed by a Sitecore development team. Today, I’ll continue this thread by walking through two key concepts:
1. Setting up your team in Active Directory
2. Configuring Sitecore Identity with your Active Directory tenant
You may never have to create another Sitecore account again!
Introduction Single Sign-On (SSO) is the most important feature to enable early in application development. Nobody wants to manage another password, especially across multiple environments. Allowing stakeholders to login with their existing credentials dramatically accelerates user acquisition and engagement when designing a world-class digital experience. Sitecore has integrated with Azure Active Directory (and other authenticationContinue reading “Next Level Sitecore Identity”
For those who don’t know me or haven’t met me, my name is Chet Potvin and I live with my family in the suburbs of Chicago. I’ve been working with the Sitecore platform for almost 5 years. I’ve enjoyed working with Sitecore because of its flexibility and potential. I’ve picked up a lot of experienceContinue reading “Sitecore MVP Journey”
We use Package Managers everyday. How many developers know how to create and publish their own private packages.
One of the big changes that came with Sitecore 9 was the choice of Solr as the default search provider. This post provides step-by-step instructions for setting up Solr as a Service or SolaaS.