Microservices

We specialize in the comprehensive development of Microservices solutions, helping teams to develop more efficiently.

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By breaking down complex systems into manageable, independent services, we ensure scalability, flexibility, and rapid deployment.

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What we do for your company

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Evaluation and planning

Evaluate current systems and identify areas where microservices can provide the most significant benefits, to define objectives.

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Domain Driven Design

Identify business domains and break down monolithic systems into smaller, more manageable domains.

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Technology selection

Choose the appropriate technologies and frameworks to build microservices, considering factors such as programming languages and databases.

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Development and implementation

Start by implementing a pilot project or a small set of microservices to gain experience and validate architectural decisions.
 

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Monitoring

Logging, monitoring and tracing mechanisms to obtain information about the performance and behavior of microservices, such as ELK stack.

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Security

Security practices, such as authentication, authorization, and encryption for communication between microservices.

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Why work with Rootstack?

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    While our experts take care of backend development, the rest of our team will focus on UX.
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    We help your company in multiplatform development, increasing its reach.
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    We handle the most modern tools for backend and frontend development.
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    We react quickly to code issues thanks to our +14 years of experience.
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Main features

Aspects of microservice architecture

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Decomposition

Each service focuses on a specific functionality or business capability.
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Service independence

This independence allows teams to use different programming languages, frameworks.
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API-based communication

Microservices communicate with each other over lightweight protocols like HTTP/REST.
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Autonomous deployment

Each microservice can be deployed independently without affecting the entire application.

Why hire a microservices expert?

Provides agility

Flexible scaling

Easy implementation

Reusable code

Safety

Endurance

Specialized

Autonomous

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why would I use Microservices?

Microservices offer several benefits:

  • Faster Development: Teams can work on individual services independently, speeding up development.
  • Easier Maintenance: Fixing a bug in one service won't affect the entire application.
  • Scalability: You can scale up specific services that experience high demand.
     
Are Microservices right for my project?

Microservices are ideal for large, complex applications that need to be flexible and adaptable. For simpler projects, a traditional monolithic architecture might suffice.

How do Microservices work together?

Microservices communicate with each other using well-defined interfaces called APIs. This allows them to exchange data and work seamlessly as a whole.

What are the drawbacks of Microservices?
  • Increased complexity:  Managing many services requires more effort than a single codebase.
  • Testing challenges:  Testing communication between services can be more intricate.
  • Potential for performance overhead:  Communication between services adds overhead compared to a monolithic application.
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