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Containerization and Microservices Migration Support

Monolith to Microservices Migration Support by OpsWorks Co.

Microservices Consulting

The fact is that building a microservice architecture is pretty difficult — harder than building a monolith. However, it pays off in the future in several aspects: auto scalability, lower maintenance cost, and easier manageability.

Monolith to microservices migration does require an excessive code and a lot of preparation. However, when all is set, your automated, scalable, and fault-tolerant infrastructure saves you time and effort. Moreover, the users will appreciate it, even more when they realize the app/website is available 24/7 due to the independent services. See more information below.


Microservices Consulting

The fact is that building a microservice architecture is pretty difficult — harder than building a monolith. However, it pays off in the future in several aspects: auto scalability, lower maintenance cost, and easier manageability.

Monolith to microservices migration does require an excessive code and a lot of preparation. However, when all is set, your automated, scalable, and fault-tolerant infrastructure saves you time and effort. Moreover, the users will appreciate it, even more when they realize the app/website is available 24/7 due to the independent services. See more information below.
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Microservice Infrastructure Design
Zero-downtime
In the difference with a monolithic architecture, microservices are separate parts that function independently from each other. When one service fails, the other ones continue functioning. Therefore, your users are still able to use the application/website. Moreover, the service that failed is restored in minutes due to the backup system that allows starting an identical environment and launching the failed service again with no data loss.
Auto-scaling
The modern market is ruthless to the business that is not able to change and adapt. Microservices allow scaling up and down when it's needed. This also refers to traffic spikes as well as to the time users are not active, and you don't have to pay extra.
Faster development
Maintaining, updating, and changing the microservices architecture is much easier if compared to the monolith. As in monolith, every function is dependable of the other functions, and development teams have to change a codebase to update or add a feature. This is not the case after the migration to microservices. Check it out yourself in our Case Studies.

The business benefits of Microservices Migration

Migration to Microservices: Our Expertise
Our experience allows us to build efficient infrastructure for microservices-based applications, whether you have microservices or just moving from the monolith. We can help you design and deploy scalable infrastructure for the refactored application using Docker as a containerization tool and Kubernetes as a primary solution for orchestration management.
Microservices Architecture Design
Microservices Migration Support
Microservices to Monolith Migration
Technologies we use

Want to know more about Microservices?

The issue with a monolithic application is that even if you were to scale just one feature or component of the application, the entire application would have to be scaled out, requiring the addition of unnecessary machine instances.
This translates to higher scaling costs and a less-efficient scaling process when compared to microservices architectures.
In a microservice application, developers can scale each service as they see fit and deploy the services to instances that are best suited for their resource requirements. For example, if increased demand is straining the order service, developers can simply scale it out without having to touch the other services that make up the application. If the profile service needs more memory, it can then be deployed with instances that have a lot of memory.
Of course, developers can still deploy multiple services across the same instances, but microservices architectures offer a more resource- and cost-efficient way to scale deployments.

As a result, you get an easily scalable and manageable infrastructure instead of a wall crushing on you because a little rock chipped in the corner.
OpsWorks Co. takes care of how to migrate from monolith to microservices, what technologies to use, and how to pay less for it. Schedule your complimentary call with our specialists to be one step closer to digital transformation.
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