The different types of deployment available for Adobe Campaign Classic are detailed in the following document: Hosting models.
This article shows the main differences between hosted (Managed Services) and on-premise deployments. Hybrid deployments specificities depend on the elements hosted by Adobe and hosted in your premises.
You can also visit the Adobe Campaign Classic product description page.
|Connecting to an external database (FDA - Federated Data Access)||Not available||Available||Available||The external database needs to be exposed to the Campaign server. As a consequence, FDA is only available for deployments that are not fully hosted by Adobe.|
|Configuring the application server||Request to support||Available||Available||
The server configuration files and all the parameters they contain can only be modified by Adobe when hosted by Adobe. If you want a specific configuration to be enabled or modified, contact Adobe to have it done. For example:
|Deliverability - Archiving emails||Request to support||Request to support||Available|
|Managing Message Center execution instance||Request to support||Request to support||Available||Certain actions, such as creating users on Message Center execution instance, can only be done by Adobe for fully Adobe hosted deployments.|
|Managing Mid-sourcing platform||Request to support||Request to support||Available||Mid-sourcing platforms hosted by Adobe can only be configured by Adobe.|
|Inbox rendering via Litmus||Request to support||Request to support||Request to support||You need a Litmus account. If you don't have a Litmus account, you can request an account to Adobe, who will provide the necessary details or perform the configuration.|
|Integrating with IMS (Adobe ID)||Request to support||Request to support||Request to support||IMS provisioning is performed by Adobe. Integrating with IMS is a prerequisite for several Adobe Experience Cloud integrations, such as Audience Manager/People core service, Assets core service.|
|Connecting with ACS (Adobe Campaign Standard)||Available||Available||Not available||The ACS Connector is only available for Adobe Campaign Prime (v7). It connects with Adobe Campaign Standard, which is hosted by Adobe.|
|Encrypting/Decrypting data for file transfers||Request to support||Available||Available||Enabling file pre- or post-processing requires installing the necessary utility on the Adobe Campaign server. For example, pgcrypto.|
|Zipping/Unzipping files||Request to support||Available||Available||Enabling file pre- or post-processing requires installing the necessary utility on the Adobe Campaign server. For example, gzip.|
|Updating your Adobe Campaign instance||Request to support||Request to support||Available||New builds are made available regularly. You can choose to update your application server and your client console. For instances hosted by Adobe, the update can be performed after sending a request to Support.|
|Domain Name Delegation||Request to support||Request to support||Not available|
|Installing SpamAssassin||Request to support||Available||Available||Installing SpamAssassin requires editing the server configuration file.|
|Accessing deliverability reports||Available||Request to deliverability team||Available||In certain cases of hybrid deployments, deliverability reports cannot be accessed from the marketing instance.|
|Configuring LDAP authentication||Not Available||Available||Available|