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Real-time stock control – Common architectural elements

In our previous article from this series we introduced a use case around real-time stock control for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generic architectural blueprint.  The only thing left to cover was the order in which you’ll be led through the blueprint details. This article ...

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Real-time stock control – An architectural introduction

This article launches a new series exploring a retail architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge creating architectural content based on common customer adoption patterns. That’s very different from most of the traditional marketing activities usually associated with generating content for the sole purpose of positioning ...

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Store health and safety – Example health and safety architecture

In our previous article from this series shared a look at the logical common architectural elements found in a store health and safety solution for retail organisations. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generic architectural blueprint. It continued by laying out the process of how we’ve approached the ...

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Store health and safety – Common architectural elements

In our previous article from this series we introduced a use case around headless e-commerce for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generic architectural blueprint.  The only thing left to cover was the order in which you’ll be led through the blueprint details. Part 2 ...

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Containers and VMs Hosted Together on Same Infrastructure and Management Platform

Nowadays more and more companies are moving to container-based infrastructure. But nevertheless, virtual machines hold a massive part of the market. For many projects transformation from VMs to containers is a slow and complicated process that cannot be performed at once or even not feasible. Thus the infrastructure management becomes even more challenging while running cloud-native services on container-based platforms ...

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Store health and safety – An architectural introduction

Welcome to a new series exploring a retail architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge creating architectural content based on common customer adoption patterns. That’s very different from most of the traditional marketing activities usually associated with generating content for the sole purpose of positioning products ...

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Headless eCommerce – Example headless architectures

In our  previous article from this series shared a look at the logical common architectural elements found in a headless e-commerce solution for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generic architectural blueprint. It continued by laying out the process of how we’ve approached the use ...

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Headless eCommerce – Common architectural elements

 In our previous article from this series we introduced a use case around headless e-commerce for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researching a generic architectural blueprint.  Part 2 – Common architectural elements The only thing left to cover was the order in which you’ll be led through ...

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Headless eCommerce – An architectural introduction

We’re kicking off another series sharing a new architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge creating architectural content based on common customer adoption patterns. That’s very different from most of the traditional marketing activities usually associated with generating content for the sole purpose of positioning products ...

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