Microservices is an architectural design for building a distributed modern application. Microservicesbreak an application into independent, loosely-coupled, individually deployable services. Containersare a lightweight, efficient and standard way for applications to move between environments and run independently. Everything needed (except for the shared operating system on the server) to run the application is packaged inside the container object: code, run time, system tools, libraries and dependencies.
A microservices framework including microservices and containers creates a massively scalable and distributed system, which avoids the bottlenecks of a central database. It also enables continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines for applications and modernizing the technology stack.
This page provides expert tips and insights on how to develop modern applications with microservices and containers.
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Relevant Microservices and Containerization Case Studies
SaaS -construction industry
Improved Speed-to-Market for SaaS Company via Product Modernization
A SaaS company catering to the home construction industry had outdated product architecture that needed to be modernized for quicker product releases. We moved our client’s flagship applications to the Cloud so our team could build and deploy much more quickly, while also introducing Agile methodology to the development process. We then developed a new, modern application utilizing microservices.
As a result we streamlined the time it took to get their products to market, enabling them to generate revenue faster and get their clients the technology they need to revolutionize the home construction industry.
Rearchitected Platform for Stability, Security and Speed
A leading automotive marketplace website needed to rearchitect its platform, and sought to move everything to the Cloud. We built a lean and flexible environment for this organization’s platform, that also allows them to optimize third-party solutions by using a vibrant API architecture.
Updated Product Architecture Drives Business Scale and Growth
Lexipol’s core product was using outdated technology that was unable to scale. Adding functionality and content to the platform was difficult and time-consuming, which led to significant added cost and created a suboptimal user experience. We modernized their platform resulting in increase in scalability, faster performance and increased customer satifisfaction.
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