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8-Point Checklist for Successfully Migrating and Managing Your E-Commerce Site in the Cloud

8-Point Checklist for Successfully Migrating and Managing Your E-Commerce Site in the Cloud

  • By Anand Hariharan |
The time to move to the cloud was yesterday! Tired of being shackled by the physical infrastructure-defined limitations of dedicated hosting environments (limited scalability, site downtime during peak sale events, sluggish performance, high cost of ownership, etc.),...
Can you Win the E-Commerce Game of Thrones?

Can you Win the E-Commerce Game of Thrones?

  • By Andrew Humber |
With the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones set to premiere on Sunday, true fans can’t help but get a bit swept up in it all. As the fight...
Image Management: What it is and Why it’s Important for E-Commerce

Image Management: What it is and Why it’s Important for E-...

  • By ANAND HARIHARAN |
A picture is worth a thousand words. Over 70% of search engine users regularly search for images of products before buying them. I don’t remember...
Common E-Commerce Infrastructure Challenges and How to Address Them

Common E-Commerce Infrastructure Challenges and How to Addre...

  • By Andrew Humber |
This article was originally published in TotalRetail on March 21, 2019. According to Webscale’s recent State of E-Commerce Infrastructure report,...
[Infographic]: The State of E-Commerce Infrastructure

[Infographic]: The State of E-Commerce Infrastructure...

  • By Andrew Humber |
The holiday shopping season last year broke all records in terms of e-commerce revenues. Yet, online stores remained plagued with performance,...
The Online Merchant’s Guide to Auto-Scaling

The Online Merchant’s Guide to Auto-Scaling

  • By Anand Hariharan |
Picture this. You’ve spent weeks preparing for a massive online sale. Your products are priced right. Your social media influencers are primed and...
Top 8 Reasons Why E-Commerce Sites Crash

Top 8 Reasons Why E-Commerce Sites Crash

  • By Anand Hariharan |
Back in 2013, Amazon.com lost $66,240 per minute when it crashed. That was six years ago! Today, it’s a well-known fact that you can lose hundreds...