Monolithic applications are like a house of cards. Changing one part can have unforeseeable consequences for the rest. The result? You spend a lot of time and money testing the whole thing every time you want to iterate.
A microservice architecture is designed around independently deployable, small, modular services, which each runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined, lightweight mechanism to serve a business goal.
Microservices isolate change within a system, so individual changes don’t make a difference to the whole system - disentangling dependencies and enormously reducing the risk of change.
We have helped many global enterprise organisations with their microservice initiatives. Our experiences range from legacy modernization projects, through to greenfield digital application development.
We also help with the move to a DevOps operating model which is required to deliver microservices effectively.