Modernize the way you manage and maintain your services with microservice architecture. Learn how microservices can provide greater stability, decrease process interruptions, maximize software potential, and optimize your resources.
A fresh approach to software architecture
Microservices architecture structures an application as a collection of services. These services are created to support only one specific business function, such as user management, payment service, or search. Each service can be customized, scaled, and fine-tuned to run in the most efficient, cost-effective, and powerful way possible. Collectively, this creates an overall application with unmatched capabilities.
Technologies we support include:
Microsoft Azure Fabric, Kubernetes, Node.js, Dockers, DevOps Tools, Red Hat OpenShift, application monitoring
Microservices limits downtime and frustration
By isolating faults within each service, issues can be addressed on a more targeted and granular level without sacrificing uptime of the entire application. This differs from the traditional monolith structure that requires complete resetting of entire applications.
Maximize software potential
Embracing a more agile approach to your business processes allows you to take advantage of the latest software enhancements per service. Instead of getting stuck with limited, one-sized-fits all solutions, microservice architecture provides the freedom to leverage the best-in-class options on a smaller scale.
Optimize your resources
Microservices also allows you to optimize resources. With microservices, multiple teams work on independent services, enabling the organization to deploy more quickly — and pivot more easily when you need to. Development time is reduced, and the teams’ code is more reusable.
- Highly maintainable and testable
- Loosely coupled
- Independently deployable
- Organized around business capabilities
- Owned by a small team
- Fast to develop and deploy
Experience building enterprise projects with microservices since 2017
Dedicated team of experts per service area
Legacy of creating successful data architecture
Leadership in emerging technologies