Planning a major move to the cloud? Our Cloud Migration Service can help you get to the cloud faster without disrupting your workflows and ensuring compliance. Our experts can help create a secure, agile and scalable IT environment while maximizing your returns on cloud and legacy investment.
A monolithic architecture is the traditional unified model for the design of a software program. Built as a single unit, monolithic applications are single-tiered with different components of the program combined into a single program. For the code to execute or compile, each interconnected and interdependent component must be present in a tightly-coupled system.
For every new update, the entire application must be redeployed. It is difficult to scale, the architecture lacks agility and innovation. The presence of a bug in any module can impact the entire application.
Our migration experts use a well-defined strategy to break the monolith into a microservice architecture.
It starts with modularizing the source code followed by identifying modules with low coupling.
The team starts decoupling these modules and iteratively applies the model to the rest of the application.
The next step is to create APIs and build an anti-corruption layer (ACL) to isolate subsystems.
To ensure successful implementation, our specialists build an outer architecture-an ecosystem in which microservices operate in.
Moving from a monolithic architecture to microservices can bring amazing benefits to your business including enhanced scalability, improved agility, reduced response downtime and independent team collaboration
Containers used with microservices deliver single-function, small modules enabling our experts to build agile and scalable applications. This eliminates the need to build and deploy a new application version every single time the team changes or scales a specific function.
While there are several execution environments to run your microservices-based applications-Containers appear to be the best choice. Microservices and containers make a powerful duo and to get the best of both worlds, they must be used in tandem. Providing a lightweight, scalable runtime environment, containers also offer a consistent software environment for applications right from development to deployment.
Tools Used : Teamwork, Slack, Gitlab, Mantis
Tools Used : Gitlab, Bitbucket
Tools Used : Jenkins, Gitlab CI
Tools Used : Code climate, Sonarqube
Tools Used : NPM, Yarn, Kaniko
Tools Used : Jest,Mocha, Selenium, Nightwatch and cucumber.js
Tools Used : Docker, Kubernetes
Tools Used : Terraform and Ansible
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