Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a facet of cloud computing. It is considered the most "basic" cloud-service model, offering computing infrastructure (virtual machines and other resources) as a service on a subscription basis.
The capability provided to the customer is to provide processing, storage, networks, and other fundamental computing resources where the customer is able to deploy and run arbitrary software, which can include operating systems and applications. The customer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure but has control over operating systems, storage, and deployed applications; and possibly limited control of some networking components (e.g., host firewalls).
|IAD||Generally, interaction design is a user interface design methodology, the practice of designing interactive computer systems and services. Its main focus is on the human/machine communication, the action/reaction dynamic of interactive systems, the application's status, and the workflows to support the intended business processes. See UX.|
The International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is an international standard for identifying bank accounts across national borders.
The IBAN is a combination of
The length of the number depends on the country (Germany: 22 digits)
In case the the financial transactions takes place between different countries the consumer has to provide
|ICI||see Intershop Commerce Insight||Overview - Intershop Commerce Insight (ICI)|
ICS may refer to
|image server||An image server is a type of web server software that is specialized in delivering images. They are used as a complement to existing web servers. While traditional web servers generally supply clients with static copies of image files, image servers often perform additional useful processing tasks. These image processing functions may include compositing source images, rotating, color adjustment, amongst others.|
|implicit product binding||in Enfinity Suite 6, assigning products to a category via specific attribute-value pairs|
|import||In Enfinity Suite 6/Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, import refers to operations for migrating data from external sources into the database (based on the import/export framework).||Overview - Import and Export Framework|
|import/export framework||The Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management import/export framework consists of specific Java classes, pipelets, and pipelines for importing and exporting data to and from the database. The framework is used by the standard import/export wizards that guide back-office users through standard import or export operations. Developers can use the framework to extend the functionality or to customize existing import and export operations.||Overview - Import and Export Framework|
An imprint is a legend of the merchant, i.e. the owner of the online shop.
The following information must be provided visibly to the customer in the online shop or in business letters /e-mails.
|inbound link||A category link type that makes the current category the "relation target" of another product or category.|
|include||In the WCM of an include can be conceived of as a specific storefront "entry point" for individual content components. Includes are of a specific include type, which specifies their structure and defines any parameters required for rendering. Includes should have assigned at least one and can have assigned multiple content components. /Intershop Commerce Management,|
|included category||category whose products should be visible when a filter (catalog view etc.) is applied|
In Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, a customer type that represents an individual person or household. As opposed to business customers, individual customers
|industry verticals||synonym for vertical markets|
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
|Overview - Infrastructure, Scaling and Performance|
|instance||In thedeployment concept of Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, an instance is a self-contained, deployed occurrence of at least one host type. Each instance has a unique ID, such as ES1, ES2.|
Internationalization is the process of designing a software application so that it can potentially be adapted to various languages and regions without engineering changes. It is an integral part of ongoing development.
Internationalization must consider different languages and writing systems, different numeral systems, punctuation etc., as well as different economic conventions, including variations in number formats, address formats, currencies, systems of measurement, etc.
Generally, internationalization and localization (sometimes combined as "globalization") are means of adapting computer software to different languages, regional differences and technical requirements of a target market.
|Overview - Internationalization|
|Intershop 7||a set of pre-defined business applications to serve sales and content management processes, successor product of Enfinity Suite 6, predecessor of Intershop Commerce Management|
|Intershop Application Server||An Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management setup component, an instance of an application server, which automatically loads the Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management application cartridges from the Intershop Shared Files instance. Can be installed individually for a distributed deployment.|
|Intershop Cloud Management||Intershop Cloud Management is a tool set that allows merchants to manage virtualized e-commerce systems based on Intershop Commerce Management.|
|Intershop Commerce Advisor|
Intershop Commerce Advisor is a smart advisor application that optimizes assortment sets concerning the right supplement products (product advice), the right order quantities (quantity advice), and the right shipping dates (shipping advice) for each shipping bucket of an order by using predictive analytics functionalities.
Intershop Commerce Advisor is one of Intershop's SIMCOMMERCE applications. It is in protoype state.
|Intershop Commerce Insight||Intershop Commerce Insight (ICI) is an Intershop service that provides Intershop customers an overview of the key parameters of their Intershop Commerce Suite solution, enabling to monitor technical, business and operational aspects.||Overview - Intershop Commerce Insight (ICI)|
|Intershop Commerce Management|
Intershop Commerce Management is the successor product of Intershop 7, and is a central part of the Intershop Commerce Suite. Intershop Commerce Management serves processes in transaction management, marketing and merchandising, product information management, and experience management.
It consists of multiple backend applications for administrative or business tasks as well as almost any number of frontend applications serving as web shop storefronts.
Intershop Commerce Management is available in two editions:
|Overview - Intershop Commerce Management|
|Intershop Commerce Suite|
Intershop Commerce Suite is a complete e-commerce solution for modeling sales processes to suit any business model or organizational structure. It combines multiple, individually usable products, including
Intershop's offer includes three deployment models.
|Intershop Commerce Suite|
|Intershop Consulting Services||Intershop Consulting Service is a department at Intershop responsible to realize software projects at customer sides. That includes requirement analysis, software customization and implementation.|
|Intershop Contact Center||The Intershop Contact Center is anapplication that is intended to be enhanced by Intershop partners to serve call center processes. It already provides basic features designed to help merchants establish and manage personal contact with their customers. It integrates multiple communication types (phone, chat, e-mail, etc.) that offer one-to-one contact, and provides customers with a quick and easy way of obtaining information and getting help.||Overview - Contact Center|
|Intershop Documentation Tool Kit||The Intershop Documentation Tool Kit is a software tool kit that supports the creation of end user documentation for Intershop products like Intershop Commerce Management. It transforms DocBook XML documents into (Intershop-branded) HTML and PDF output.||Cookbook - Intershop Documentation Tool Kit|
|Intershop Markup Language||The Intershop Markup Language (ISML) is a template language for rendering dynamic pages, in particular dynamic web pages. ISML templates are translated by an ISML compiler into JSP templates. ISML provides means to retrieve data from the pipeline dictionary, to trigger the execution of pipelines, and to embed ISML templates inside other ISML templates.||Overview - ISML|
|Intershop Order Management|
Intershop Order Management is an Intershop Commerce Suite application that is designed to combine omni-channel commerce processes into one system. It automates and streamlines the life-cycle of orders and payments. Intershop Order Management processes orders from multiple touchpoints (web shop, mobile shop, call center, etc.), allocates them to multiple fulfillment solutions (fulfillment centers, drop-ship distributors, physical stores, etc.), and tracks all order and payment transactions.
Intershop Order Management offers a centralized platform for managing distributed inventory, order, invoice and payment life cycles, and provides call center functionality, enabling real-time visibility into customers' purchasing behavior, stock levels, payments, and more. As part of Intershop Commerce Suite, it utilizes the suite's transaction, PIM and merchandising features.
|Overview - Intershop Order Management|
|Intershop Shared Files||An Intershop 7Intershop Commerce Management setup component, an instance of file-based data storage system that can be installed individually for a distributed deployment. In its system area, the ISF instance holds the cartridges that provide the business logic of Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Suite.|
|Intershop Studio||Intershop Studio is the main development tool for Intershop products and services like Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management. It is an integrated development environment based on IBM's Eclipse platform (see http://www.eclipse.org), which helps developers to create, modify, debug, build, and test cartridges or individual programming artifacts.||Overview - Intershop Studio|
|Intershop Web Server||An Intershop 7Intershop Commerce Management setup component, an instance of the Apache HTTP Server, the Intershop Web Adapter and the Web adapter agent that can be installed individually for a distributed deployment.|
|invalidate||to mark cache content as outdated (invalid)|
|inventory||Generally, inventory refers to a system that controls and manages product stocks. It combines the two aspects:|
With respect to Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, inventory services can be integrated and used via the managed service framework.
|Overview - Inventory|
An invoice or bill is a commercial document issued by a seller to the buyer, indicating the products, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services the seller has provided the buyer. An invoice indicates the buyer must pay the seller, according to the payment terms.
In the rental industry an invoice must include a specific reference to the duration of the time being billed, so rather than quantity, price and discount the invoicing amount is based on quantity, price, discount and duration. Generally speaking each line of a rental invoice will refer to the actual hours, days, weeks, months etc being billed.
From the point of view of a seller, an invoice is a sales invoice. From the point of view of a buyer, an invoice is a purchase invoice. The document indicates the buyer and seller, but the term invoice indicates money is owed or owing. In English, the context of the term invoice is usually used to clarify its meaning, such as "We sent them an invoice" (they owe us money) or "We received an invoice from them" (we owe them money).
In online shops there is a payment method offered under the name "invoice".
An invoice will be created during the delivery process and will be send to the consumer together with the package or separately and contains:
The content of an invoice has to comply with legal requirements of the delivery country.
An invoice address is a postal address where the invoice will be delivered to.
The invoice address is provided by the customer during the registration or the checkout process and has to be an home address since it is used for the creditworthiness check, the accounting and dunning process.
|ISAFe||Intershop's approach to an agile and lean software development.||Intershop Scaled Agile Framework Home|
|ISML function||ISML functions are used in ISML to perform a specific task and return a specific value when the ISML template is processed to generate its output. ISML functions are, for example, used to dynamically generate URLs for links to other storefront pages, like ||Overview - ISML|
|ISML tag||ISML tags define commands that describe how Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management should embed dynamic data into a page, and how to format this data together with regular HTML code. An ISML tag has a specific name that always starts with the prefix ||Overview - ISML|
|ISML template||An ISML template is a web page model written in Intershop Markup Language, which is primarily used to add dynamic content to a web page. ISML templates can retrieve data from the pipeline dictionary and trigger the execution of pipelines.||Overview - ISML|
The issuing bank (or card-issuing bank) is the financial institution or other organization that issued the credit card to the cardholder (customer). This bank bills the customer for repayment and bears the risk that the card is used fraudulently.
The issuing bank extends a line of credit to the customer. Liability for non-payment is then shared by the issuing bank and the acquiring bank, according to rules established by the card association brand.
|item total||in requisitions and orders, the total price for one product (product price x quantity)|
|item-based quote||type of quote where prices are proposed and negotiated individually for each line item|
|iteration||An iteration is a single cycle in a software engineering process which typically consists of planning, analyzing, specifying, implementing and testing tasks. Iterative development involves repeating this sequence of tasks, which successively produces results closer to a desired objective and helps minimizing project risks. Iterations can be used in different software engineering approaches like waterfall, SCRUM, XP.|
In Enfinity Suite 6, Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management, job refers to the unattended, scheduled background execution of a specific pipeline. Typically, this feature is used to implement reoccurring tasks like scheduled order exports, import processes or database cleanup operations.
Jobs can be combined via process chains.
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