MACH Architecture

MACH architecture is a set of technology principles behind new, best-of-breed technology platforms. The acronym stands for Microservices-based, API-first, Cloud-native, and Headless: Microservices: Individual pieces of business functionality that are independently developed, deployed and managed.

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We can advise on the MACH (Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native, Headless) architectural approach for building digital experiences that emphasise the use of microservices, an API-first approach, cloud-native deployment, and a headless CMS.

  • Microservices: Building the application as a set of small, independently deployable services that can be developed and deployed independently, allowing for more flexibility and scalability.
  • API-first: Prioritising the development of APIs as the primary way for different systems and services to communicate, allowing for greater flexibility and ease of integration.
  • Cloud-native: Building and deploying the application in a cloud environment, allowing for greater scalability, flexibility, and ease of deployment.
  • Headless: Separating the front-end and back-end of the application, allowing for greater flexibility in the user interface and making it easier to deliver the same content across multiple channels.

The MACH architecture allows for a more flexible, scalable, and manageable approach to building digital experiences.


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