Adobe Commerce is a CMS product under Adobe for enterprise e-commerce brands to create a powerful and meaningful storefront experience.
With rich headless capabilities, Adobe Commerce allows users to easily build customizable commerce experiences and integrate with e-commerce technologies from managing stock to checkout.
Adobe Commerce's customers include HP, Liebherr, and SHOEBACCA.
Adobe Commerce is powered by what formerly was Magento Commerce.
Adobe Commerce, much like its Adobe sibling Experience Manager, faces incompatibility issues in China -
Adobe Commerce sites are 4.2x slower in China with a loading time of up to 50s
(Source: Does Adobe Commerce work in China?)
Most Adobe Commerce sites are hosted in the U.S. and as a result face latency issues when accessed thousands of miles away from China.
By default, Adobe Commerce also uses Fastly CDN, a high-speed content delivery network (CDN) which is fantastic in the world - that is, except in China.
This almost goes without saying: Blocked, foreign resources (e.g. YouTube & Vimeo) on Adobe sites are obvious culprits to non-performance in China.
What is less known though is that Adobe resources - though not explicitly made inaccessible - similarly face slow-network issues, as most are retrieved from outside of China.
The wide array of (offshore) Adobe Extensions available on Adobe Marketplace also exacerbates incompatibility issues as developers are more likely to leverage its rich capabilities to integrate and stack up a series of unoptimized resources.
Collectively, these issues result in a slow-loading experience (if not broken entirely).
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