Automate build, test and deploy (CI/CD)

Automate build, test and deploy (CI/CD)

Microservices architecture has revolutionized the software development paradigm in recent times. This is a decentralized architecture pattern that structures an application into separate, reusable services with separation of concerns. It has various advantages w.r.t.maintainability, scalability, technological flexibility and much more. These benefits would have a huge impact on a product as it would allow much quicker and cleaner release cycles. Large enterprises and mature startups/ISV’s have applications and products built using architectures and patterns which were best suited to that time. However, with the advent of cloud and various solutions/frameworks to solve targeted problems, such softwares have limitations in terms of selectively scaling on demand and integrating with advanced technologies like machine learning. Hence, these applications need to leverage the capabilities of microservices in order to keep up with the competition.

  • Any small change would require the whole application to be deployed and each service would need downtime
  • A monolithic application is often difficult to comprehend and manage as the functionalities grow with time whereas, in microservices, the application is divided into smaller components which are independent and easy to understand and manage.
  • In a monolith, scaling has to be always done for the whole application, which is cost ineffective. We cannot choose to scale a specific part of the application based on its usage and computing complexity for instance. One component may be highly used and if we follow microservices architecture, we may choose to allocate high-end resources to this component without bearing the high cost of infrastructure for other less used components.
  • Any small change would require the whole application to be deployed and each service would need downtime
  • A monolithic application is often difficult to comprehend and manage as the functionalities grow with time whereas, in microservices, the application is divided into smaller components which are independent and easy to understand and manage.
  • In a monolith, scaling has to be always done for the whole application, which is cost ineffective. We cannot choose to scale a specific part of the application based on its usage and computing complexity for instance. One component may be highly used and if we follow microservices architecture, we may choose to allocate high-end resources to this component without bearing the high cost of infrastructure for other less used components.
  • Any small change would require the whole application to be deployed and each service would need downtime
  • A monolithic application is often difficult to comprehend and manage as the functionalities grow with time whereas, in microservices, the application is divided into smaller components which are independent and easy to understand and manage.
  • In a monolith, scaling has to be always done for the whole application, which is cost ineffective. We cannot choose to scale a specific part of the application based on its usage and computing complexity for instance. One component may be highly used and if we follow microservices architecture, we may choose to allocate high-end resources to this component without bearing the high cost of infrastructure for other less used components.
  • Any small change would require the whole application to be deployed and each service would need downtime
TechnologyLibrary/Framework
JavaSpring Boot, Spring Cloud, Jersey, JAX-RS
PythonDjango, Flask
JavascriptAngular, React, JQuery
ServerlessAWS Lambda, Azure and Google Cloud Functions
DevOpsDocker containers, Terraform, CI/CD Pipelines
  • Enterprise Application Squad
  • Cloud SQUAD
  • Architecture Modernization SQUAD
  • Awesome UI/UX SQUAD
  • Web Application Development SQUAD
  • Mobile Development SQUAD

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