Empower Your Enterprise with Microservices

At QAT Global, we specialize in harnessing the power of microservices architecture to transform your enterprise software solutions. Our team of experts is dedicated to helping you build scalable, flexible, and resilient applications tailored to your unique business needs.

Types of Projects We Can Help You With

Microservices-based Application Development

Develop highly scalable and modular microservices architectures, enabling you to build flexible, decoupled applications that can be easily maintained and scaled based on evolving business needs.

Legacy System Modernization with Microservices

Transforming monolithic legacy systems into modern, agile architectures using microservices to unlock the benefits of scalability, flexibility, & rapid development while preserving existing functionalities.

API Development and Integration

We excel in developing robust APIs that facilitate seamless integration between different services and systems, enabling efficient data exchange and fostering interoperability.

Cloud-native Application Development

Leveraging cloud technologies, we craft cloud-native applications with microservices, ensuring optimal performance, high availability, and automatic scalability to meet the demands of modern enterprises.

Containerization and Orchestration

We have extensive experience in containerization and orchestration, empowering you to efficiently manage and scale your microservices applications in a dynamic and automated environment.

Benefits of Using Microservices

What are Microservices?

Microservices take a traditional application design approach and break it into smaller and simpler pieces. Traditionally, programs are developed using a monolithic approach that results in it functioning as a single unit. When one part of it breaks or needs to be updated, it can take the whole application out of commission. As a monolithic program grows, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain, as many co-dependent areas need to be addressed to update the program. Monolithic structures are a natural way of building things, and all tests run in a single program, but as cloud-based services grow, these structures become increasingly dated.
Microservices address this issue by creating a suite of small services that each have their own function and can communicate with other services. Each microservice is an independently deployable application that gets connected to others to deliver the desired functionality. When the microservices are connected, they can communicate with each other through requests and procedures. The advantage here is that changes can be made to a single service, allowing them to be replaced, fixed or upgraded without needing to address the entire application. In addition, since microservices are independent of each other, they can be written in any programming language that suits their function best and even has their own database.

Building a program using microservices is like building with blocks. You need a variety of types to achieve your goal. One of the most useful aspects of microservices is that they can be implemented into existing programs to quickly add new functionality, eliminating the need to create an entirely new software program.

How do Microservices Work?

Picture a house. At its most basic level, a house is a shelter. There are many services and accommodations that make the house more comfortable to live in, but that doesn’t take away the fact that the house is a shelter. Microservices are like each appliance or utility that is in a house. Even if some of these appliances stop working, the house still serves its purpose and will continue functioning without them. Just like a house, some microservices are larger and more important to the overall function than others. Utilities of a house are a good example of this. Electricity is a vital part of a house, as many appliances rely on electricity to work. However, even if there is no electricity, the gas and water services still work, allowing the house to have heat and water still. Even when major service components are down, the house can still function.

Getting to the smaller microservices, you can compare them to appliances in a house. They do depend on a higher-up service (like electricity) to run, but the house can still function without them. Take a dishwasher, for example. If the dishwasher breaks, the house still functions as normal. The broken dishwasher doesn’t affect the structure of the house, and dishes can still be cleaned in the sink. The dishwasher can be replaced or fixed without disrupting the house as a whole. Similarly, the brand of the dishwasher does not matter to other appliances within the home. The refrigerator and dishwasher do not need to be made by the same company for them to function. This is the same with microservices in that the languages (dishwasher brand) can be whatever suits the component best. When a particular component needs maintenance (broken dishwasher), it can be addressed without disrupting the function of the program as a whole, and the operation can continue as normal.

Another example of microservices would be a website. When creating a website, there are endless options for how to design it and what features to have for the user. Regardless of what is selected, the website will still be a platform for a company to put information on. The options for different features can be called plugins. Plugins can be turned on and off and have many different functions. For example, a developer can choose whether or not to add a plugin for a social network on the website. With or without the social plugin, the website will still give the visitors the information they need. The website may not need a social capability, so having one or not will not affect the website. This relates to microservices in that the plugins are independent of each other. They add to the overall website but can be taken off without breaking the site. Some websites may not need to have a payment function like a vendor’s website would. Both websites still serve their purpose with or without this function. The developer of the website can choose to have this function or not, and the website will still serve its purpose of displaying information. Like microservices, the features of a website can be turned on and off without affecting the purpose of the website.

Benefits of Microservices

  • Can save time with complex projects
  • Can be individually addressed without affecting the entire program
  • Each component can be written in different programming languages

Microservices are perfect for creating a more simple process from an existing program or starting from scratch for a new program. When working with an existing program, Microservices can help to simplify the existing process, or it can add a new function without having to rewrite the existing program completely. This is incredibly useful, as it saves a lot of time and is easier to fix any problems that occur or update specific functions.

How We Can Make Microservices a Part of Your Project

QAT Global’s use of microservices can help build your projects faster, have a less complex system, and allow for quick repairs, updates, or upgrades with limited to no downtime of your system. We have experience building programs using microservices, as many of our projects use them. Our team will work with you to ensure your project is built in the simplest and most efficient way possible using microservices.

6 Important Takeaways

  1. Each microservice is self-sufficient and runs as a separate process.
  2. Cloud-hosted microservices would create an IoT model that’s a collection of services, each representing a specific function.
  3. One single microservice can be updated without affecting others.
  4. Each microservice in a platform can be developed in a different language – Java, C, C++, Python, etc.
  5. Microservices also offer a way of scaling the infrastructure both horizontally and vertically.
  6. Development, extensibility, scalability and integration are the key benefits offered by the Microservices architecture.
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Microservices: Your Questions Answered

Our company specializes in Microservices architecture and offers a range of services to help enterprises adopt and implement Microservices-based solutions. We have a team of experienced professionals who are skilled in designing, developing, and deploying Microservices architectures.

A microservices architecture brings several benefits to your enterprise, including:

  • Scalability: Microservices enable independent scaling of individual services, allowing your applications to handle varying workloads efficiently.
  • Flexibility and agility: With Microservices, you can develop, deploy, and update services independently, enabling faster development cycles and increased agility.
  • Modularity and maintainability: Microservices promote modular design, making it easier to maintain, update, and enhance specific services without impacting the entire application.
  • Fault isolation and resilience: In a Microservices architecture, failures in one service do not affect the entire system, improving fault tolerance and resilience.
  • Technology diversity: Microservices allow you to choose the best technology stack for each service, enabling you to leverage the most suitable tools and frameworks for specific functionalities.
  • Continuous delivery: Microservices architecture aligns well with continuous delivery practices, facilitating faster and more frequent software releases.

Absolutely. We have expertise in guiding enterprises through the process of migrating from monolithic architectures to Microservices. Our consultants can assess your current systems, design the Microservices architecture, and assist in the smooth transition, ensuring minimal disruption to your operations.

The choice of technologies and frameworks for Microservices development depends on several factors, including your enterprise’s specific requirements, existing technology stack, and scalability needs. We work closely with you to select the most suitable technologies and frameworks, such as Spring Boot, Node.js, Docker, Kubernetes, and API gateways, to build robust and scalable Microservices-based solutions.

Communication between Microservices is typically achieved through lightweight protocols like RESTful APIs or message queues. We design and implement effective communication patterns and coordination mechanisms, such as service discovery, API gateways, and event-driven architectures, to ensure seamless integration and collaboration between Microservices.

While Microservices architecture offers numerous advantages, it may not be suitable for every application. Factors such as the complexity of your system, team size, scalability requirements, and project goals should be considered when deciding whether to adopt Microservices. Our consultants can assess your specific needs and provide recommendations on the best architectural approach for your application.