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BUILDING A SCALABLE E-COMMERCE SYSTEM
Studies suggest that 48 percent of all retail sales are
either online or web-influenced.
The number of touch points has in...
Scalability is defined as the ability of the system to
increase the number of concurrent users that it can
handle.
There a...
• De-couple: Differentiate between synchronous and asynchronous call
so as to not burden the system, and risk failure.
• C...
Given that the e-commerce platforms are headed for
significant growth, a few issues should be kept in mind
• Ensure that t...
How can an e-commerce company ensure that it can scale up in sync
with rapid growth?
How can a company imbibe the best pra...
$6.5 BILLION | 105,000 EMPLOYEES | 31 COUNTRIES
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"Over the past two decades, e-commerce applications have evolved from a single application supporting single channel to multiple ecosystems supporting multiple business channels. Now a day’s shopping begins with a virtual store browsing and concludes also at the webstore.
With increase in touch points, the traffic these systems needs to support has grown exponentially. Therefore, it is imperative that scalability be a key design principle for all e-commerce applications."
Know more: http://www.hcltech.com/white-papers/retail-consumer/building-scalable-e-commerce-system

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BUILDING A SCALABLE E-COMMERCE SYSTEM

  1. 1. BUILDING A SCALABLE E-COMMERCE SYSTEM
  2. 2. Studies suggest that 48 percent of all retail sales are either online or web-influenced. The number of touch points has increased and include the following: Web, In-store, Catalog, Mobile, email, SM and contact centre The platforms that underlie the sales and business eco- systems have to match the increase in e-commerce activity. The questions is do they? INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. Scalability is defined as the ability of the system to increase the number of concurrent users that it can handle. There are two types of scalabilities Vertical: Here physical resources are increased in a system such as CPU or memory. Horizontal: Aims to enhance throughput by adding more resources such as physical servers, for a database. SCALABILITY
  4. 4. • De-couple: Differentiate between synchronous and asynchronous call so as to not burden the system, and risk failure. • Caching: Ensure that first-level caching is done on the server; basically plan your levels of caching right up to master databases • Ensure muti-level monitoring: This will ensure high availability and fast response times • Host on the cloud: This helps hugely, and the team can focus on the future and not be bogged done in hardware/infrastructure issues. • Software: Use java and Open source – Linux, My SQL, Spring etc are widely used. BEST PRACTICES IN SCALABILITY
  5. 5. Given that the e-commerce platforms are headed for significant growth, a few issues should be kept in mind • Ensure that the E-commerce application is scalable from design and inception • Ensure load testing, APM tool implementation and analysis of projected/peak volumes to stabilise the application from a scalability point of view CONCLUSION
  6. 6. How can an e-commerce company ensure that it can scale up in sync with rapid growth? How can a company imbibe the best practices of scalability? What are the HR issues involved? How can we ensure that the development team has understood the significance and opportunity of the Cloud? How does an e-commerce company define rules for scalability and how does it get in-house support for this? QUESTIONS Click here to download the Document
  7. 7. $6.5 BILLION | 105,000 EMPLOYEES | 31 COUNTRIES

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