In March 2019, AOE and other solution partners presented themselves with a very special outfit at the Internet World Expo in Munich. Red jacket on orange pants... Let us call it eye-catching and promotionally effective! But why? It was the visual colorful product presentation of our B2X Commerce Cloud.
Exhibitions are important for communication and networking with interested prospects and potential customers. Sometimes, however, they can also become somewhat dull and long-winded. Therefore, we decided in this case for an extraordinary outfit as a partner on the Magento / Adobe booth. Here is what it looked like:
On second thought, this is a colorful presentation, among other things, of our B2X Commerce Cloud. This solution suite consists of a large number of high-performance software solutions, each of which contributes its own strengths and orchestrates them into an extremely powerful Omnichannel Marketplace:
Thus, our outfit pretty much corresponds to the main components of our B2X Commerce Cloud, which, by the way, is a pretty interesting solution especially for B2B companies (more about B2X Commerce Cloud). In addition, there are several other components that each contribute their strengths. Because it is an API-based solution, additional services and software can be easily integrated via the API. Unneeded components are simply removed.
Since the topic attracted great interest at the Internet World Expo as well as in our social channels, we want to present the B2X components in more detail over the next few weeks and explain their strengths and business benefits in more detail. If you are interested, just follow us on our social channels at @AOEpeople (on Linked In, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube). See you soon!
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Distributed architectures for web applications (µService architectures) are in demand. However, without preventive measures, such systems are often more susceptible to (D)DoS attacks or overloads than monolithic dinosaurs. But why is this so? The following example quickly makes this clear.
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Many medium-sized retailers believe that cybercrime does not affect them because they are too small or too uninteresting. Yet the e-commerce industry is particularly attractive to criminals. IT security can thus quickly become a business issue that web platform operators in particular should have at the top of their agenda (article in German).