What CMS to choose for 1 million products + 8000 properties + 1,500 categories+15t hosts\day?
In connection with the expansion of business trying to choose a CMS so as not reinvent the wheel I want. The logic of the website will be similar to exist.ru: 1 million products with the unique article on the page each item will have a list of options (option-quantity-price-delivery time), each option is an offer from a particular vendor, the customer selects products from different suppliers, and then picks up the entire order on a single point of delivery. Each vendor has a personal account through which it downloads (updates) and its options file (option-manufacturer part manufacturer-price-availability) based on the part manufacturer option is bound to a unique item in the catalog. In General, the logic is similar to the marketplace, multivendor - only provider loads the options rather than goods.
Can not decide on what to expand it, currently it works similar to the website but with 60 tons of goods and 5 suppliers (personal accounts they have loaded and update the options) on SimplaCMS.
Watched multi-Vendome extensions cs-cart, open-cart is that it seems not very suitable. To write "0" on renforce think will be a long time.
Jaqueline.Parisian answered on June 14th 19 at 18:53
CS-Cart Bitrix Enterprise and very fit.
Another thing is that integration should engage a team with experience of solving such problems. PS What CS-Cart does not fit the usual? There's even a token partial order. Ie order to make some doctoc.
Baylee_Kulas answered on June 14th 19 at 18:55
Still probably Laravel, c zero to write to the store. Simply write to support too easy. Load: depends on the sysadmin web server. When properly using the smart option. CMS-no, not nastolko flexible.
alden73 answered on June 14th 19 at 18:57
Also think that it is more logical to write the decision for themselves. I have done it with auto parts and integration with service providers (tekdok like, if I'm not mistaken). The website was made on wordpress+woocommerce, fumbling to put it all together to make it look whole website and worked fine, had for a long time. In your case it is more logical to write something of my own. I think for this size of project money to develop should not be sorry.
nikita.Stracke answered on June 14th 19 at 18:59
One with WordPress, worked and got burned, the other believes that the load from sysadmin depends, you have a list of WordPress database table postmeta seen? CS Cart to his knees and put any of your in-house engine, there are sites with 53 000 000 products in cs cart and on Bitrix too, I think.