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The New Retail: Examples of Adaptable Commerce Platforms in Action

In my previous posts, I’d explored the future evolution of ecommerce, and why DevOps, microservices and identity will be cornerstones of the flexible and agile retail platforms of the future. One factor compelling this movement is how monolithic platforms present increasing issues, particularly as more applications are deployed in the Cloud.

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In The Future, Retail Commerce Platforms Will Be Built With DevOps, Microservices and Identity

In my previous post, I discussed the state of retail commerce platforms and why adaptability is the single most important attribute for long-term success in the retail industry. As leading mega-retailers like Amazon, Rakuten and Alibaba have proven, building your own commerce infrastructure offers flexibility and agility unmatched by the traditional platform providers.

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Commerce Platforms of the Future

The commerce platforms retailers are embracing today look and function far differently than the commerce platforms retailers were using just 10 to 15 years ago. Charles Darwin made a clear and compelling statement an age ago when he said that it was not the strongest or most intelligent that will survive but the ones that are most adaptable to change. Never has a truer statement been made when considering the global retail landscape over the past decade.

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The ForgeRock Approach to CIAM

Our recent big news is that the ForgeRock Identity Platform now features an interactive profile and privacy dashboard that will make it easier for you to come into compliance with the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation. (Check out our demo to see how it works).

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Introducing ForgeRock Identity Microservices

Microservices are becoming a favorite architectural choice to build and deploy applications as groups of modular, composable services. This progress is reinforced with the rise of the container technology Docker, which offers a lightweight form of virtualization, making applications easily portable across a variety of infrastructures. This growing popularity is illustrated in recent surveys of business and technology professionals, such as the 2015 NGINX survey of 1,800 IT professionals.

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Open Banking Will Change More Than Banking - A Guest Perspective

Editor’s Note: We’re excited to have David G.W Birch contributing to the blog on the state of play with Open Banking and PSD2. David is an internationally-recognised thought leader in digital identity and digital money.