The present page serves as an overview for the topic. All available documents for the topic can be found here.
Intershop Commerce-as-a-Service (CaaS) is the perfect fit for all companies that want to achieve success in e-commerce quickly, want agility and low-risk without having to build up their own resources.
The following documents describe the concepts of Intershop CaaS and also give guidelines on how CaaS projects are customized and operated.
|Concept - CaaS DevOps - Access and Permissions|
|Concept - CaaS DevOps - Monitoring the Progressive Web App|
|Concept - Continuous Releases|
|Guide - Azure DevOps for CaaS Projects|
|Guide - CaaS - Job Triggering and Replication|
|Guide - CaaS - Migration Solr4 to SolrCloud Adapter|
|Guide - CaaS Business Features|
|Guide - CaaS Customization Options|
|Guide - CaaS Database Handling|
|Guide - CaaS Deployment Process|
|Guide - CaaS DevOps - Intershop Commerce Management|
|Guide - What is CaaS?|
|Overview - CaaS DevOps|
|Overview - ICM Release Communication|
|Overview - IOM Release Communication|
|Reference - CaaS - Mandatory Prerequisites|
|Reference - CaaS Responsibilities Matrix|
|Support Article - IS-7.X and Amazon Web Services (AWS) Issues and Limitations|
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