Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure provides an automated hosting platform with a self-service approach to building, deploying, and managing your Commerce application in a cloud-native environment. Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure comes with additional features that set it apart from the on-premises Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source platforms:
Think of the Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure as five functional layers, as shown below:
Cloud Infrastructure: Choose either Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure as your Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) foundation for your Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure Pro projects.
Platform as a Service: Each Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure project provides a Platform as a Service (PaaS) Integration environment for developing, testing, and integrating services.
Adobe Commerce: Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure provides a pre-provisioned infrastructure that includes PHP, MySQL (MariaDB), Redis, RabbitMQ, and supported search engine technologies.
Performance Tools: New Relic performance tools enable you to debug, monitor, and manage your applications and infrastructure by collecting, analyzing, and displaying data from your Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure projects.
Content Delivery Network (CDN), Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Image Optimization (IO):
Monolithic applications are resource-intensive and difficult to scale and serve rapidly. With the Cloud infrastructure, Commerce customers gain unparalleled access to SaaS-based microservices that are rich, intelligent, and performant. See Supported software and services.
Use the Commerce Get Started guide to set up your new Cloud program and begin managing your Commerce application in a cloud-native environment.
The Commerce on cloud infrastructure guide assumes that you have some working knowledge and understanding of the Adobe Commerce application. You can refer to the Commerce Developer and User guides below:
Adobe Commerce Developer Documentation (Adobe Developer site)—Develop, customize, integrate, extend, and use advanced capabilities
Adobe Commerce Documentation (Adobe Experience League)—Plan, implement, operate, upgrade, and maintain your Commerce projects