10 reasons why should you choose coMakeIT to build your products in Microservices architecture

Microservices architecture

A lot has been said already on our other blogs that we love to practice Microservices architecture to build products. In the domain of software technology, trends change fast, and to keep up with the fast changes we tend to shrink our memories and move to the new stuff leaving behind the old ones. While some stay reasonably longer, no one calls any new technology perfect because we all know that something better will replace it one day.

Orchestrating Microservices and ensuring that the components are coupled as loosely as possible is not an easy task. Yet we believe the Microservices architecture style aptly answers the new age product’s requirements like scalability, agility, reliability, etc. Our vast experience in product engineering helps us understand the service architecture’s negatives, when it works and when it doesn’t. But that’s not the only reason why you should consider trusting us to build your products on microservices.

Here are a few reasons to consider Microservices architecture.

  1. We’re Agile

    Almost everyone experienced in implementing microservices architecture agrees that Agile is the best methodology that best suits the architecture. At coMakeIT, we have imbibed Agile not just as our product development methodology but more importantly as a mindset.

  2. We’re knowledgeable

    We have deep knowledge building products incrementally and evolving them continuously from a Minimum viable Product. With deep experience in DevOps, automated deployment and automated testing in various environments, we leverage Microservices to make your product more reliable and fail-proof.

  3. We take Cloud rather seriously

    Monolithic applications are hard to manage on the cloud and hence microservices architecture is widely followed during Cloud transformation and while implementing cloud native solutions. It is hence reasonable to choose a Cloud expert to build your microservices based products.

  4. Products not projects

    Project-style development doesn’t hold the solution provider responsible for the effectiveness of the solution. In many cases, the offshore or outsourced team builds the solution, but a different one tests and fixes the issues in production.Whereas in product-style the team takes responsibility of the product throughout its lifecycle. The solutions that involve orchestration of microservices components turn out to be of superior quality if they’re developed as products and not as projects.

  5. Experts in building reliable software products

    As your product grows in complexity and your components grow in number, service requests are more prone to fail, especially on peak loads. With more than a decade long experience in developing reliable and secure products we ensure that there are fewer service request failures.

  6. API experts for asynchronous calls

    When orchestrating Microservices, synchronous calls significantly increase the downtime and hence must be best avoided or at least kept to minimum. And a good way to make the calls asynchronous is by using APIs.

    Microservices and API experts at coMakeIT are aware of the need for fast and lean applications. They evaluate the speed of applications while designing and building them incrementally.

  7. People first

    We value people, respect them the most and understand that it is the people who ultimately deliver and achieve goals. We treat them fairly and this helps in inculcating a sense of responsibility that is very much needed in building any product, not just the ones that use Microservices.

  8. Knowledge of and access to multiple technologies

    The beauty of Microservices lies in the freedom it offers to choose the best suitable programming languages and protocols to build a component. With access to a large pool of talented professionals, and our employee friendly policies, comakeIT helps you make a dedicated team of talented software developers as per your needs.

  9. Leveraging coMakeIT’s generic tools

    coMakeIT’s seasoned software development gurus lend their expertise to design generic tools that can be shared across several products and components. Such tools help in sharing resources across several microservices components and even products.

  10. Clearly defined components

    The success and speed of Microservices based products largely depends on the way the components are defined. With a very deep and diverse domain knowledge we can help you clearly define Microservices components in ways that they interact seamlessly and only when needed.

Contrary to the popular assumption that a monolithic product must be built before transforming it using Microservices, an experienced team of product engineering experts can build a new product from scratch or refactor an old one directly using Microservices. Also, Microservices are not just for large enterprise applications. They can be used for building small and medium size applications, especially when the business has large aspirations and a vision to grow bigger, deeper, and wider.

However, even the strong proponents of Microservices agree that the architecture is not failproof. What makes a good product, a monolithic one or a microservices one, is a good team that builds it.

coMakeIT’s product engineering models are apt for building tailor made products or refactoring legacy or monolithic applications into light weight or new-age products using Agile methodologies and Microservices. For more information, please write to us at info@comakeit.com

    Divya Prathima

    The author was a java Developer at coMakeIT before turning into a stay-at-home-mom. She slowed down to make art, tell stories, read books on fiction, philosophy, science, art-history, write about science, parenting, and observe technology trends. She loves to write and aspires to write simple and understandable articles someday like Yuval Noah Harari. We are very happy to have her back at coMakeIT and contribute to our relevant and thought provoking content.

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