A digital asset management (DAM) system helps you store, share, and organize all your digital content in a centralized location.
Sitefinity CMS supports integration with the following DAM systems:
To use these DAM systems, you have to install the corresponding NuGet package first. For more information, see Sitefinity CMS NuGet packages repository.
In addition, you can integrate with another DAM provider by leveraging the newly added extension points. For more information, see Custom DAM provider and thumbnails.
With these integrations, you use your digital content directly from your DAM system in your content blocks and related media fields, no files are stored in Sitefinity CMS.
NOTE: Sitefinity CMS can work with only one DAM system at a time. In case multiple providers are configured and all of them are enabled, only the first one in the list will be used. To start working with a different DAM provider, all other DAM providers must be disabled.
If you upgrade to version 14.1 from a lower version and have the Web security module enabled, you must configure it to allow Frontify and Cloudinray domains.
NOTE: IDamUploader interface is also distributed with Progress.Sitefinity.Libraries.DamMigration NuGet package. You can find a sample implementation for Frontify on Sitefinity GitHub repository » DAM migration sample » FrontifyUploader.
NOTE: The migration task moves media content items from one library at a time.
During the process of migration, the existing media content items will be moved to a new library in Sitefinity CMS, but their IDs will remain unchanged so existing relations between the media items and any other content will be preserved. The files of the media items though will be moved to your DAM provider and will no longer be managed by Sitefinity CMS. The new library is the same one, which is used when importing assets from the DAM provider - it is not visible on Sitefinity CMS backend UI and you cannot upload or delete items from it.
You can find a sample implementation for Frontify and details about how the migration works on Sitefinity GitHub repository » DAM migration sample. A sample code snippet of migrating an image library to Frontify is also provided - see the README.md file in this repository.
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