GSPANN analyzed and optimized the multi-server load balancing (MSLB) architecture by upgrading the existing WCS 11g platform to the Oracle WCS 12c environment, based on an MSLB architecture to serve multiple concurrent requests. This architecture enabled the distribution of load on multiple servers by redirecting the traffic and significantly increasing the website’s performance even during peak business hours. Agile testing was also defined to validate the migration.
Our experts implemented an on-demand customized flexible CMS solution with functionalities that helped the content authors approve and publish WCS pages and their content. This empowered the content authors with an additional capability for asset attributes for WCS page (inherited from the parent asset class) management, while content administrators are enabled to start and stop instances easily, view home page components, manage activity logs, and review performance metrics.
Our implemented single-source mechanism helped the client manage their responsive content for multiple e-commerce channels and maintain consistency during promotions and messaging.
GSPANN outpaced the website performance by server-side (using Model-View-Controller architecture) rendering of WCS content. We ensured a high availability of e-commerce content by deploying the WCS cluster through WebLogic.
We leveraged WCS Java capabilities by defining controller logic in Groovy and improved the WCS presentation through customized JSP templates. The graphical drag-and-drop interface enabled the content authors and administrators to manage the content in a simplified way.