Sitecore has worked hard to deliver a robust, flexible, and feature rich component to their Sitecore solution suite: Sitecore Experience Commerce (XC). Their latest release of XC has much to offer in the e-commerce realm. In this article, we will discuss a high-level overview of some of the out of the box architectural features in Sitecore XC 9.3: advanced technology, plugin architecture, and the rich set of business tools to manage your business.
One of the greatest aspects of Sitecore XC 9.3 is how Sitecore has built the solution overall. With the rapid migration of monolithic architecture to micro services, Sitecore built XC with just this in mind. It uses Microsoft’s latest and greatest framework, ASP.NET Core. ASP.NET Core is Microsoft’s new open-source framework that features tremendous support from the Microsoft community to provide stability, support for a micro service architecture, and portability/containerization. Sitecore XC 9.3 has introduced an array of benefits from just ASP.NET …
Azure AD SSO in Sitecore in 5 steps.
With the introduction of the Identity Server in Sitecore, it has never been easier to implement various ways to configure how you sign into Sitecore. Single sign-on (SSO) is becoming more popular as it provides one set of credentials within an enterprise to not only provide access to a corporate resource, but also allows you to centrally manage permissions and security. In this guide, I will show you in five simple steps on how to set up SSO using Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD).
Best of all, no coding required.
Yes, you heard it right, no coding required; don’t thank me, thank Sitecore. So without further ado, let’s dig in! …