Why Enlab with Microservices?
Microservices are an architectural approach for componentized software solutions. You can apply it to build applications that include many loosely coupled and independently deployable small services. Microservices architectures make applications faster to develop and easier to scale, especially large, complex applications, enabling innovation and speeding up time-to-market for new features.
Address the issue of complexity by breaking down applications into a collection of services that can be created, tested, and delivered much more quickly.
Microservices enable regular releases of software and upgrades.
Because only one microservice is impacted, it is much easier to implement schema modifications.
If a single microservice becomes unavailable, it won’t disrupt the entire application.
Code repair and version upgrades are limited to a single service and don’t affect the whole application.
Thanks to the isolation of small services, you can respond to changes quickly by add features to services separately and concurrently. Services can be scaled separately instead of the whole application.
Faster iterations and reduced downtime can increase your business revenue.
Enable each service to be developed independently by a team that is dedicated to that service.
When Do You Need to Use Microservices?
- Your application is big enough.
- When you want your application to accommodate scalability, agility, flexibility, and delivery speed.
- If you’re creating a highly agile application that demands swift speed of delivery, innovation, and more.
- When you have standalone business apps/modules that must be reused across diverse channels.
- When you need to rewrite your legacy apps in today’s programming languages or tech stacks to keep up with modern-day business requirements and solutions.
Microservices Design and Development
Migration to Microservices
Microservices Consulting Service
Yes. An application built utilizing the Microservices architecture will have many independent components that will run each process as a service. This makes it easy to update, deploy services and scale up operations to meet the increased demand for certain software application functions.
Meanwhile, in a monolithic application, all the software application processes are tightly coupled together and run as one service. The entire system must be scaled if the demand for one process increases. With the expansion of the code base, it is also difficult to add or enhance functionality or put new concepts into practice.
No. REST API is not a Microservice; they refer to very different things. Microservices are more about designing and structuring the system, whereas REST API is about exposing those Microservices.
Yes. Microservices may be scaled individually, making them ideal for applications with heavy loads. One service can be scaled up without affecting the others if it receives more traffic than the others. This makes it possible to use resources more efficiently and guarantees that the program can continue functioning even under heavy traffic.