I’m Jörg Hoh and I’m running this blog to spread my knowledge and experience around the Adobe Experience Manager (formerly known as CQ5).
I working as a Site Reliability Engineer for Adobe in the AEM Cloud Service team, with a focus on operation and monitoring. Sometimes I even contribute features.
Before that I worked for more than 10 years as a technical architect for Adobe Consulting, delivering projects and partner support with a strong focus on infrastructure and architecture. I started my professional career in 2005 operating a large number of websites of a premium car brand (already on Day Communique, the successor of CQ5 and AEM), and since then I am working with that product series.
I am big fan of gradual improvements delivered in small increments, and of clean logs. I love to share my knowledge and mentor others.
In this personal blog I try to cover aspects of AEM regarding architecture aspects, operation best practices and some small bits and pieces, which are useful to know. But note: The content on these pages reflects only my personal opinions and experiences. The content of this blog does not necessarily conform to statements of Adobe or clients of Adobe.
If you have any questions: I am regular contributor to the Adobe AEM forum and on the ACS AEM Commons project, so come up with your questions there. You can discuss more personal things directly with me via mail or visit my profile on LinkedIn. You can also follow me on twitter: @joerghoh.