Follow this step-by-step guide to gain access to an Adobe Experience Platform developer account in order to make calls to Experience Platform APIs.
Interact with the Schema Registry via the Schema Editor user interface to create a schema, classes, and mixins.
Use the Schema Registry API to create a schema, including assigning a class and defining mixins.
Create a dataset based on a pre-configured schema using Catalog and Data Ingestion APIs.
Create machine learning models to derive insights from Experience Platform data using Data Science Workspace.
Set-up, configure, and monitor data connectors using the user interface within Adobe Experience Platform.
Learn to create different types of data connectors, including Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Azure Blob, and Amazon S3.
Work with Data Usage Labeling and Enforcement (DULE) labels and apply them at the connection, dataset, and field-level using the user interface.
Use the Data Usage Labeling and Enforcement (DULE) Policy Service API to create and evaluate data usage policies.
Create a dataset based on a schema and ingest data using the Experience Platform UI.
Locate, access, and download data stored within a dataset using the Data Access API.
Follow this tutorial to configure Real-time Customer Profiles for your organization using Experience Platform APIs.
Create, configure, and work with datasets enabled for use with Profile and Identity services.
Configure schemas for use with Profile Service and learn to ingest data via batch or streaming ingestion.
Learn multiple ways to access Profile Service data on Experience Platform, including accessing data by identity and accessing an exported segment.
Follow steps to create new merge policies for your organization, as well as how to access and update existing merge policies.
Configure Edge Service by creating projection configurations and the destinations they route to, as used by Projection Service.
Create segments using Real-time Customer Profiles.