Adobe launches commerce-based microservices across its clouds
Other enhancements include Sensei AI-powered image optimization and personalized Fluid Experiences, plus a preview of profile targeting in physical stores.
Adobe announced this week a variety of new Experience Cloud features, including the introduction of commerce-based, accessible microservices.
Director of Commerce Program Errol Denger told me that these 20 microservices are flexible, portable small programs offering such functions as shopping cart, wish list and inventory query. He said that Adobe is the first provider of marketing-focused clouds to offer these functions as microservices.
Each microservice consists of a business object, business logic and connectors between business and commerce platforms, and the services support unlimited loads.
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