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.
Is your organization missing out new opportunities due to legacy systems and outdated applications?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.
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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