We plan, develop and implement microservices, including the architecture design, its coding, access (APIs) and integration with business applications.
We are Amazon Web Services and Docker partners. We have experience developing microservices and transitioning from concentrated or monolithic applications to microservices-based solutions. We carry out development, trials, monitoring and continuous integration.
Architecture: Integration, distribution, lifecycle, implementation and evolution of microservices.
Development: Development in different languages and platforms, including Service Mesh and Serverless strategies.
Monitoring: Strategies to assess the performance and efficiency of the microservices.
Environment configuration: Efficient environment development that is consistent with production.
Interoperability strategies: Interoperability strategies between microservices using Service Mesh architectures.
Monolithic Applications vs. Microservices
Microservices are an alternative to monolithic applications, where functionality and associated services are concentrated in a single code base and a single application. The challenges to manage, scale and monitor this type of application have led to a gradual transition, developing some or all the application’s elements individually.
The architecture of microservices takes every element or functionality as a service, and distributes and deploys them in the infrastructure independently, replicating as desired.
Microservices On-premise or On the Cloud
An important advantage of Microservices is developing and deploying on-premise and in the cloud. With container-orchestration technology, such as Kubernetes, it is possible for a microservice to deploy and execute easily, regardless of hosting.
Decentralized configuration and management
Independent, per-service scalability
Progressive and adaptable deployment
Simpler Software Development
Microservices evolve from the need to simplify the software design process. Companies now have an alternative to evolve monolithic architectures and migrate towards simpler and more agile developments: small services that communicate with each other through a network that integrates multiple systems.
Microservices can be considered an evolution of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), whose main characteristics are facilitating the consumption of services (with practices such as REST), the development by multiple teams and the independent scalability of services.