The Key for eCommerce Microservices:
Separation of User Interface from Business Logic
The way an application interacts with users is a separate matter from how it processes its data and there can often be a need to change one without affecting the other.
Sometimes the goal is to change the look of a website without modifying its basic capabilities. And sometimes it's to reorganize the database without affecting the user experience.
eCommerce microservices handle data operations without caring how the user sees the information. This means that developers can change different parts of the software, even at the same time, without worrying about what the other teams are doing. As long as everyone uses the API correctly, it keeps working.
A real cloud-native architecture means a lot more than just hosting your applications in the cloud. It means speed and agility.
Using APIs as an effective integration tool is all but unavoidable in today’s digital ecosystems, powered by API first architectures.
Your visitors are unique, and so should your customer experience. This is only possible with a headless eCommerce platform.