Our Clients That Use Microservices for eCommerce
Virto Commerce Microservices Architecture
Monolith Platforms vs. Microservices
Microservices allow splitting responsibility zones between a huge number of small teams. This architecture is the best for companies with hundreds of employees working on the same software. Monolith might be comfortable for small custom projects with a team of a few people.
Virto Commerce's flexible modular architecture allows for selecting any granularity of microservices. Each module is responsible for a tiny functional chunk or feature. The out-of-the-box platform contains ready functional modules using the same database or a dedicated one. Some partners work in accordance with a monolith approach simply because it is more comfortable for them.
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In this article, we will dive into the use of ecommerce microservices architecture, talk about migration to microservices and the benefits, and discuss the difference between microservices, headless, modular, and atomic architecture.
Let's walk through the evolution of the ecommerce platform to understand the development trends such are microservices and headless ecommerce and what the future holds.