Vladimir Kondraschenko

Vladimir Kondraschenko joined Grid Dynamics in 2008. He is currently working as a principal architect.

Vladimir Kondraschenko

Composable commerce essentials: Demystifying modern e-commerce platforms

For many years, e-commerce applications have been built from custom development services, leveraging great open-source frameworks and tools. However, making all these components work together as one ecosystem—from technical aspects to managing teams and aligning their milestones—is no easy feat. What if there was a way to significantly reduce this effort without sacrificing flexibility? Imagine

Supercharge your composable business ecosystem with a customer support starter kit

Composable commerce has emerged as a transformative approach to e-commerce that offers unprecedented flexibility and scalability to businesses. Where traditional monolithic suites burden organizations with unused features and an inflexible software ecosystem, composable commerce unlocks a ‘best-for-me’ approach to building your digital commerce ecosystem with hand-picked packaged business capabilities (PBCs), combined and reconfigured to meet

Optimizing serverless with FaaS

Our client, a world-leading manufacturer of electronic components, wanted to develop an application that would help them keep track of component lifecycles, demands, delivery timelines, and calculate associated costs and risks in the form of reports and data visualizations. The client required a short time-to-market, iterating in short development cycles with continuous feedback and the

Will “Database as a Service” work for retail inventory management? A case study

Grid Dynamics evaluated three fully-managed database services (Amazon DynamoDB, Google Cloud Spanner, and Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB) for their suitability as retail inventory management systems. They compared data modeling, integration, and performance capabilities in both single- and multi-region deployments and found that all three services were capable of meeting the maximum load requirements of a typical retail inventory management system.

Blockchain technology in retail: loyalty programs and beyond

Blockchain technology has the potential to transform loyalty programs in the retail industry by addressing challenges such as high costs, low redemption rates, and complex implementation. Hyperledger Fabric is one of the most adopted blockchain solutions for loyalty programs, offering privacy, security, scalability, and automation of business use cases.