The philosophy that monolith systems cannot keep up with digital customer expectations came only recently. Not long after the idea followed for a new approach to developing IT systems: MACH. The MACH architecture is a unique approach to building software that has gained popularity in recent years. MACH is an acronym for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native and Headless. There are several benefits to using a MACH architecture, including increased flexibility and scalability, as well as the ability to more easily third-party services. However, there are also some drawbacks, such as a potential increase in complexity and the need for more specialized expertise, which should be considered before adopting it.
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Monolithic architecture is built as a single unified unit, while a MACH or microservices architecture is built from independently deployable services. This last architecture has grown in popularity in the last few years, due to the philosophy that monolith systems cannot keep up with consumers’ digital expectations anymore. But what is the difference between monolithic and microservices architecture, and which one is right for you? It’s time to compare both architectures and discuss the pros and cons of a monolithic system and one based on microservices.
Imagine this, you and your content team are working on a new white paper regarding your main keyword topic. Finally, the final version (Whitepaper_final_def1.5) is done and ready to go live. But then you get the message from your development team that you have to wait until they’re finished doing updates - which can take up more than a day! Recognizable? Turns out, you’re not the only one. According to research by Magnolia 86% of marketers experience CMS frustrations. In this blog, we’ll discuss the most common CMS frustrations and share our view on how to solve these.
From time to time, we take our employees away from their desks for a day full of fun with an element of team building. A pleasant working environment with good communication is important for us. Our last social event was in the summer, with the winter season around the corner, we had to be more creative, freezing our employees didn’t seem like a well-thought-out plan. In this blog, we’ll take you with us to our social event, a vegetarian cooking workshop.
MACH is an acronym for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-based and Headless. A MACH architecture consists of (micro)services that you can access through structured APIs. You can build your own services, but most of the time you take services from the cloud and combine them for your own ‘unique value chain’. In this blog we'll explain more about MACH and its benefits.
The term ‘smart website’ is rising within the world of web development. Marketing teams all over the world are yearning for a website that makes them stand out, creates the best experiences for their visitors, and has the highest conversion rates which is exactly where smart websites focus on. In this article, we’ll discuss the term smart website and highlight the marketing purposes and benefits of your website.
Personalization is a way to offer visitors a truly unique experience. 7 out of 10 publishers already personalize the content they serve to visitors, and not jumping aboard can mean you risk falling behind. But what is content personalization and how can you implement it in your publishing business?
A trend that has been growing over the last couple of years is hybrid working. Especially since the pandemic, hybrid working has become a standard within work policies. At Prepr we specifically chose this policy rather than remote working for a number of reasons, because for us was a hybrid workspace the perfect choice. In this blog we elaborate on our top five benefits of hybrid working.
Content is at the crux of digital marketing and will remain so in the foreseeable future. It is the most versatile way to share information, engage and build relationships with your customers.
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