Microservices Killed the Monolith

Why Businesses Are Evolving Their Tech Stacks

Monolith ecommerce architectures used to be the only viable option for enterprise and midmarket companies, but having all of these tools under one roof didn’t allow for quick changes, updates or the addition of new tools.
A microservices architecture offers a decentralized, decoupled approach for your business. Instead of a tightly coupled solution, microservices offer businesses a chance to connect the best individual services to suit their business. The result is an agile platform that can encapsulate all business requirements while innovating with changing market demands.
Download this white paper to learn:
  • How the shift from monolith to microservices allows you to grow your business faster
  • The advantages and disadvantages of monolith and microservices architectures
  • How headless commerce creates flexible digital experiences
  • Which ecommerce platform best fits in a microservices architecture


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