Microservices are an architectural and organizational approach to application development in which software consists of small independent services. This way, large projects can be split into small units and remain expandable and maintainable for small, independent teams.
Microservices offer the opportunity for constant change: new functions can be adapted quickly and customers can be offered improved services. This keeps you competitive and one step ahead of the competition.
Distributed development creates entirely new possibilities for teams and routines: Microservices architectures are based on standalone components that execute each application process as a service and can be developed simultaneously. These communicate with each other using lightweight APIs through a carefully defined interface. Each function or service can be developed and implemented independently. Individual services can function (or not) without any interference from other services. They run independently, meaning each service can be updated, deployed, and scaled to meet the needs of specific functions of an application.
The implementation of microservices is the standard of our technological architecture. We create synergies and the basis for a powerful and reusable IT application landscape. We implement smart services, to reduce costs and complexity at the same time. Based on many different Swagger-Templates, we can quickly create new services.
Modern IT architectures are based on Microservices to participate in the platform economy. Being able to quickly add functionality for a customer-centric product experience is an essential part of this. Analytics support the customer understanding in order to adapt the product ideally to customer needs.
Stacks of Microservices can be chosen best fit the team or organization. The technology stack can therefore match the individual purpose by using stacks such as Scala or Java.
The independence of the services enables flexible scalability among each other and demands can be met flexibly.
Teams can decide for themselves which technical application suits them and the specific problem best.
Microservices work best in small, autonomous teams that implement developments independently and quickly.
Codes that have already been written can often be recycled as building blocks for another function.
Continuous adjustments and improvements are possible, which allows quick reactions to market changes or customer wishes.
Computer programs according to the client-server-model. Do not require local installments on the user's computer.
Relying on cloud infrastructure to keep pace with the massive scale and never-ending growth in demand.
Defining frameworks for application-based solutions and giving you a roadmap on how to build the architecture.