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Microservices – mirroring the structure of the Cloud
The microservices assist in building an application from the collection of small independent services rather than the whole dependent application. With microservice architecture, we can build complex applications through simpler and independent programs executable by themselves. Cloud-native development demands new sets of methodologies and toolsets. Teams must be small and agile with a hyper-focus on delivering specific business value as microservices. The toolsets should manage the complexity of microservices in terms of Auto-Provisioning, Auto-Scaling, Auto-redundancy, and Orchestrating the services.
Our Cloud Native Development process uses an open-source software stack to deploy applications as Microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. We follow Agile development with focused teams for specific business services delivering Microservices complying with discoverability, fault-tolerance, Quality of Service, Security, Request traceability, and Failure Triage.
The Cloud-native toolsets we use include Spring Boot Framework, AWS Services, Netflix Open Source components, Message Queue, and Docker Containers. Spring Boot enables building production-ready applications quickly and provides non-functional features along with embedded servers that are easy to deploy with containers. This process helps in monitoring multiple components and configuring components externally.
Our Tool-driven Approach
We provide services for building applications using Microservice patterns with robust Java technologies like Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Netflix components.
Reusable Digital Assets as Enablers for your Microservices Application
We have pre-built Containerized Business Services that can be customized and orchestrated for your business needs. Each of these containerized business services runs its own process and communicates with a lightweight mechanism via HTTP resource API. They can be used as enablers for building your complex applications through process services and creating Experience API for your specific needs.