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Microservices and modular monoliths

Your path to sustainable software

your architecture needs to be efficient

Our seasoned professionals have successfully executed numerous migrations, eliminating the complexities while minimizing downtime. We take care of the intricate details, so you can continue focusing on your core business. 

When it comes to optimizing a software, you have a choice to make: microservices or modular monolith architecture. Migrating from a monolith to microservices, or adopting modular monolith approaches demands a strategic hand. 

Case study one of our projects

We successfully realised a project of migration to microservices in a large application for SAP data analysis. Initially the webapp was growing rapidly and eventually it started to become difficult for the developers to maintain the code and avoid tech debt. 

Our solution was the migration to smaller independent applications, communicating with each other and orchestrated by a single application service provider. 

Thanks to adoption of single-page application (SPA) concept, we were able to build a dynamic page, open to new services and extensions with a centralized identity and access management (IAM) mechanism. 

After our improvements, the application’s performance has improved considerably, it’s still developed with new features, and offers the best experience to end users. 

We recognize that every business scenario is distinct – whether you’re taking over an older system or rejuvenating your own infrastructure. Our architecture consultants are primed to assist you throughout the entire process. We meticulously analyze your requirements and existing systems, tailoring our approach to ensure your new architecture is as efficient as it is effective

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