Content as a Service (CaaS)

With the increased usage of devices beyond computers, businesses want to display content everywhere. Content as a Service helps achieve this by storing content and retrieving it through APIs, with no attached frontend. With Experience Edge™ for Content Hub, Content Hub becomes a Content as a Service (CaaS) solution.

In a CaaS solution, developers can create multiple frontends, all of which can retrieve content from the API:

  1. The data is created and stored in Content Hub.
  2. The data is pushed to the API or delivery platform.
  3. The head (or frontend) is built by the sources consuming the data.

Some advantages of Content as a Service:

  • Your content is easy to publish to existing and emerging channels.
  • Your content is responsive and sensitive to the devices on which it is viewed.
  • Updating your content in one repository, updates it across all the channels where it is used.

Content delivery

Sitecore Digital Asset Management (DAM)™ can share data via public links or using the REST API.

Sitecore Experience Edge for Content Hub provides the delivery platform as an additional mid-layer for sharing Sitecore Content Marketing Platform (CMP)™ data, Sitecore Product Content Management (PCM)™ data, and any custom domain definitions you have.

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