The real power of agile lies in the ability to iterate. Every sprint cycle should result not only in deliverables but should also provide an opportunity to stop, discuss and learn how to improve how things are being done.
The main building block of Magento 2’s B2B features is its ability to be able to manage suppliers via different accounts. As anyone who runs a B2B business will know, each customer has varying requirements and privileges and therefore it is paramount that your eCommerce system facilitates the functionality to service each customer in a different way.
Following on from my previous article in which I discussed the key principles behind Magento optimisation, this article will take an in depth look at the tools and metrics that can be used in order to properly measure and optimise the performance of your Magento eCommerce store.
As tempting as it is to add to the high number of articles in existence entitled “10 ways to speed up your Magento store”, instead in this series of articles I am going to focus on a more scientific and engineering-led approach to the problem of optimising an underperforming eCommerce store.
Most eCommerce merchants now know the value of mobile. There are now around 6.8 billion smart phones in existence on the planet, that is nearly one for every man, woman and child. Mobile traffic is also now responsible for around 52 percent of all Internet traffic.
With that covered let’s move onto some of the most useful AWS components, their function and how they can be used to host a Magento site.
Let's take a basic AWS Magento hosting architecture and delve into the components.
Most people have heard of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by now, some associate them with some sort of scam, others think it is going to change the way we look at money forever.
Where ever you sit on this scale, as an eCommerce business it is worth..
While this might make sense in some respects it isn’t always the best approach for Agile. If you think back to the waterfall model you can see why this type of split is so common. The designers might decide how the UI will look and function, they pass it onto the backend developers who build the underlying system and customisations..
Magento was born out of a digital agency’s in-house ecommerce platform, back in the days when people were routinely building their own systems. Varien (Magento) realized early on that although keeping the source code private had some value, having a closed system put a huge emphasis on the internal