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Infrastructure refers to the fundamental (internal) functions of Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management that do not primarily constitute business features but support them. This includes, for example
Scalability is the ability of a system to handle increased traffic or data load without impact on the system performance, and the ability to be easily maintained and enhanced. There are two scalability methods for improving the performance:
Generally, the performance of an e-commerce software is one of the major criteria for its market acceptance. Customers expect quick response times when visiting a web shop, and the owner of the e-commerce software wants to optimize the operational efforts and costs.
With respect to Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, performance and scalability measures apply to the following areas on different levels:
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Overview - Build, Assembly and Deployment||7.4.6|
|Overview - Cache Management|
|Overview - CLC (CommandLine Client)||7.4|
|Overview - Configuration Framework|
|Overview - Cookie Handling|
|Overview - Database|
|Overview - Logging|
|Overview - Managed Service Framework|
|Overview - Messaging|
|Overview - Microservices||7.8|
|Overview - ORM Layer|
|Overview - Page Cache|
|Overview - Performance|
|Overview - Persistent Object Layer|
|Overview - Public Release Notes - Gradle Tools|
|Overview - Security & Data Protection|
|Overview - Service Registration and Discovery|
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