Our Microservices architecture
In our cloud based Microservices solution you will find 300+ commerce APIs which you can consume individually. Use those ready-made commerce building blocks to create or supplement your own infrastructure and run them at scale.
“The modular format gives a great foundation of essential functionalities that we can then build on with our own microservices development.” – Jeremiah Isgur, Director of Digital Project Management, Wizards of the Coast (Hasbro)
From Monolith to Microservices
How can enterprises adopt microservices architectures – particularly if their eCommerce solution is currently being deployed via a legacy, monolith platform? This white paper helps enterprises identify the right time to migrate, and shares the best on-premise monolith to microservices in the cloud migration process to adopt.
Microservices: The Challenges
Developing microservices requires a specific organisational structure: cross-functional, vertical teams instead of a classic, horizontal structure. Businesses also need to make sure to have the right infrastructure and tools in place to orchestrate and monitor their different microservices.
Microservices: The Advantages
Microservices are small, self-contained applications which can be developed and deployed individually by dedicated teams. Setting up a network of these services allows for agile development, shorter release cycles, and faster time-to-market.