A composable architecture is more than just a bunch of different products that are integrated in some way. Those systems have to work together like a single system. A key part of "working together" involves the ability for the system itself to manage aspects of how the component products interact with each other.
Orchestration is the ability of a system to manage, guide, or control the flow of data or processes that span multiple products. Uniform, as the foundation for a composable architecture, provides orchestration across the products that make up the architecture.
Examples of orchestration in Uniform include:
- Making content and data from one product available to all other products in the tech stack, and doing it in a way that is appropriate for each of the target products.
- Enabling omni-channel digital experience creation and deployment.