Tag: Query Service

Even more Query Service tips to level up your Customer Journey Analytics game

It has been more than two weeks since my last post. Where have I been? Easy answer: Fully and blissfully engulfed in the blessing that is Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics. I’ve imported my Adobe Analytics data, done some custom user stitching, and created some fun things that I didn’t even knew I’ve always wanted from Adobe Analytics. This experience (pun intended) has completely shifted the way I look at my own data. Following up on my last post, I would like to share some new and cool things I discovered using some more Adobe Defined Functions, window functions, and standard SQL. I wont give a long introduction into Query Service again, but feel free to revisit the previous post for some information on how Query Service interacts with Adobe Experience Platform datasets and how to write data back to those. Getting creative with Sessionization Recreating Adobe Analytics sessions in Query […]

My favorite Query Service tricks in Adobe Experience Platform for Customer Journey Analytics

Wow, that’s a long title for a post. As you might have heard, I recently got the chance to dive into Adobe’s Experience Platform since my company got provisioned for Customer Journey Analytics. That means that I now have all my Adobe Analytics data in Platform, ready for Query Service to enrich it. I think I will do another post on how I amp up my Analytics game by using both Query Service and Customer Journey Analytics together. But this post will give some examples on how to use Query Service in general and how it interacts with Experience Platform. It will be a quick tutorial and provide some use cases for the custom Adobe Defined Functions (ADFs). At the end, you might end up with long SQL queries like I do: How Query Service works and interacts with Platform So what actually is Query Service? It provides a SQL […]

Adobe Customer Journey Analytics – The big Game Changer

It’s hard to follow any Adobe Experience Cloud outlet today without hearing about Adobe’s Experience Platform. At the same time, it’s very hard to grasp what it actually is and what we can use it for. If you are in the Adobe Analytics space you might also have heard about Customer Journey Analytics, which is is often mentioned in the same breath with Platform, with just as much uncertainty around it. I am fortunate enough to work in one of the first companies in Europe to actually have Customer Journey Analytics available. My dear Twitter followers will already know that I’ve spent a few days working with it and trying out some use cases. This post is about my actual first impressions with the product and why I think it might be the biggest game changer for Adobe Analytics customers in quite some time. Everything I love about Analytics and […]