Currently Exchange partners cannot get sandbox access to Adobe Audience Manager. This is an Adobe Audience Manager product team policy and there are no exceptions.
AAM Marketplace partners will receive limited access to the AAM interface to create and maintain their Marketplace feeds. All other partners will not be given any access. We recognize that there is strong partner demand for an AAM sandbox and we are working with the product team to see if we can make one available. But at the moment there are no plans to make AAM sandboxes available to partners.
That said, Exchange partners can create an AAM integration. They’re our most popular and common integration. There are three different AAM integrations:
- A targeting partner integration (AAM clients send you audiences)
- An AAM Marketplace integration (you upload segments to AAM for AAM customers to buy on the Marketplace)
- An onboarding integration (you help AAM customers upload their own data into AAM)
Follow one of the links above to get started with an AAM integration. The linked guides will walk you through what you need to set up on your end. On the Adobe side we will assign a Project Manager to work with you on your AAM integration when your application comes up in the queue, the queue is 9-12 months long and is prioritized based on client demand. Once we are ready to work with you we will reach out to get started.