Accelerating Headless Commerce with Microservice Architecture
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Microservices: Standardized Integrator of Exclusive Services in Headless Commerce

“Let’s not beat around the bush; but what do microservices mean in headless commerce?”

When we come across headless commerce, we eventually are aware of multiple terms coming along with it, like- headless CMS, PIM (Product Information Management), OMS (Order Management Systems), and so on. So, Microservices bring all those independent aspects or touchpoints of a customer under one umbrella, integrating into an Orchestration Layer through APIs (Application Programming Interface).

As the services are loosely coupled with each other via the microservices architecture, there will be no additional pain for making changes in independent touchpoints which might include adding on a new feature or software, etc. Rather, you can make the changes smoothly without disturbing other touchpoints under the same microservices architecture, simple as headless commerce.

Headless and Microservices: A beneficial concoction

To better the performance of digital commerce, you need to better the customer experience as well as the digital experience. And, to attain a flawless CX and DX you need to adopt modern commerce approaches including Headless commerce and a well-structured microservices architecture.

When headless commerce decouples the front-end and back-end of a system, microservices architecture decouples everything in headless commerce, taking the whole business to a next level of independence. The combination of both gives your existing digital site a new edge of success, where your site will not only just evolve in various aspects, you can make continuous changes to your site without disturbing the existing one.

“What a majestic combo for a growing eCommerce. Isn’t it?”

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Introducing Microservices Architecture: Gains and losses

The struggle for being on the top in digital commerce is becoming real in today’s scenario, where businesses are transitioning from a monolithic structure to a more evolved headless structure. But what’s next?

The craving to grab the attention of the audience and understand their needs, catering to them with the best services then and there, is the new trend in the world of eCommerce. Now, this brings the introduction of Microservices Architecture, which could be an add-on to your existing Headless Commerce.

Here are a few benefits of this potential combo, which a business can hardly overlook:

  • Better scaling: Scaling front-end and back-end becomes easy for developers, as changes can be made in independent aspects without bothering the whole system. It is a great benefit to the cloud as you can scale just the microservices you want, whereas others remain unaltered.
  • Improved customization: The best part of a headless plus microservice architecture is you can have multiple front ends to a common back-end. Now, this gives you a customization opportunity to add more touchpoints to the front-ends as per your requirement.
  • Pick your needs from a box-full-of-features: Unlike monolithic, in microservice architecture you are free to pick the services you need for your headless commerce. Thus, you will also save on unwanted expenses.
  • Easy implementation: Developers can independently run new tests, implement experimental services and can get results as early possible because the microservices are loosely coupled.
  • Stay updated with faster time-to-market: When developers work on adding some new features, the website functioning will not be disturbed. As the services are exclusively independent, there is the possibility of continuous integration and ongoing implementation. With this, a business can reach the market faster and stay updated with trending add-ons.

Winding up: Is microservice architecture a good fit for your eCommerce?

Undoubtedly, every change comes with its own set of pros and cons and so microservice architecture has some drawbacks that is making a few businesses step back from implementing it in their strategy.

But if you;
  • Want to make an impact on your audience by making quick changes in your services
  • Understand your customer and better the user experience with limitless customization
  • Got an expert technical team with efficient developers and creative marketers working altogether

Then you must think about introducing microservice architecture to your headless commerce.

There are still so many things to explore under microservice architecture, and Techouts ensures you to help you understand all of them from start-to-end.

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