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Lightning-fast Event-driven Integrations

Cause and Effect, Reunited

With Adobe I/O Events, you can code event-driven experiences, applications, and custom workflows that leverage and combine the Adobe Experience Cloud, Creative Cloud, and Document Cloud.

For example, you can set up notifications in Slack when a creative file is changed or programmatically update content in Adobe Experience Manager based on the metadata.

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Integrated

Adobe I/O Events trigger when changes to content and data on Adobe’s platform occur, or when predefined rules or thresholds have been met.
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Efficient

Define webhooks that will run only when events happen which eliminates the need for polling and allows for more scalable architectures.
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Fast

Adobe I/O Events will call pre-defined webhooks within seconds of an event triggering, enabling you to build near-real time applications.
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Management Options

Subscriptions can be managed via API or Adobe I/O Console
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Consistent Event Models

Adobe I/O Events has a standard event model which makes it easy to respond to events across Adobe’s platform.
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Process Events Here

If you don't have a server to handle your webhooks, Adobe I/O Events is integrated with Adobe I/O Runtime, so you don't have to leave the Adobe Cloud Platform
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Simple API for Handlers

Flexible implementation and connection to existing applications.

Easy Integration

Creating event-based integrations has never been this easy. Adobe I/O Events notifies you when something happens, no need to make repeated requests. And you can easily integrate events into your applications using Webhook handlers.
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