In monolithic architecture, all the processes run as a single service. It results in more complexity of the application while updating a single part of the application or implementing new features in the application.

Whereas, Microservices Architecture or Microservices is an approach to develop applications in small independent modules where each module has its own process and all these small modules communicate with each other through APIs.

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Building scalable microservices to power application of any size

Is your organization missing out new opportunities due to legacy systems and outdated applications? Organizations all over the world are adopting Microservices to support continuous innovation and embrace agility.

According to the state of Microservices Survey in 2017, 33% of respondents indicated that they realized benefits of Microservices within two to six months and 34% of respondents within six to 12 months.

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Business benefits of adopting Microservices architecture

Companies like Netflix, Amazon, and many others have adopted Microservices for enhanced scalability but that’s not all.
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Faster Delivery for Microservices Development

Faster delivery

Utilizing the Microservices architecture, different teams can work parallelly to develop and deploy services independently. Teams can likewise test and make changes to the services more quickly which results in client satisfaction and faster delivery to the market.

Increased Agility in Microservices Development

Increased agility

Using Microservices architecture, an organization can refactor or update a specific part of their application without re-writing the whole application. This helps an organization stay updated in the market with the latest technology advancements and meet the user requirements.

Easy Integrations and Deployments in Microservices Deployment

Easy integrations and deployments

Microservices architecture offers continuous integration and continuous deployment of the application using the latest open-source DevOps tools like Jenkins, Gradle, etc. Microservices architectures work very well with containers such as Docker and Kubernetes.

Continuous Testing and Quality in Microservices Development

Continuous testing and quality

Microservices architecture has better fault isolation which means if one of the microservices fail other microservices will continue to work. Microservices offer automated test environments that deliver notifications of any failure very quickly which results in more stability of the application and fewer bugs.

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How we used Microservices architecture efficiently in an end-to-end knowledge management solution - MindPeer

MindPeer helps law firms and corporate legal departments enhance their intelligence, research, data analytics, and data management capabilities. MindPeer app has been built using the MEAN stack with a powerful and scalable Microservices Architecture. The app has various unique features and state-of-art UX along with various third-party integrations.

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VT Netzwelt bolsters your endeavors to find where Microservices can best serve your business. We have developed highly successful software development practices and models to better benefit your business.

During the consultation, we analyze your organization's existing work process to understand your requirements better and propose a solution that is scalable and works best for you. Our developers can support you with their expertise in Microservices Architecture design and development.

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