There's a lot of discussions about MACH architectures lately – however, what's important to know is that MACH (Microservice, API, Cloud-native, Headless) architectures aim to guide enterprises towards building composable architectures using building block APIs like "Legos" to define a stack that works for them.
Enterprises have historically relied on legacy “monoliths” – suites that do everything – to drive their digital transformation. While this has worked (to an extent) in a web-only world, these monolithic architectures are becoming an obstacle as businesses try to match their customer expectations in a digital-first omnichannel world.
The conversation today is about whether that approach is doing more harm than good, and how companies can embrace a better architectural approach to building “experience architectures” that scale with their business needs and ambitions.
In this eBook, we take a look at what MACH architectures are, what the MACH alliance is, what making a move to a MACH architecture could look like, as well as whether your business needs to make the move.