Through Cloud and Microservices we guide the change of applications and architectures of the entire information system.

Looking to the future

Microservice architecture is an approach to the creation of applications. Compared to traditional monolithic architecture approaches, they are distinguished by the fact that the app is divided into its basic functions. Each of them, called service, can be built independently so that the individual services are decoupled, self-contained and scalable. This means that the way services communicate changes, that development cycles are shorter and releases are more agile, that the scalability of the entire system is increased, that critical issues can be managed separately and that the integration of new features gets easier.

What about the Cloud? The use of microservices has become easier thanks to advances in containerization technologies. In combination with DevOps tools such as Kubernetes, containerized microservices form the basis of cloud-native applications. Why is it important to consider cloud-native applications? Because development takes place in dynamic environments that represent the optimal approach for companies that want to achieve ever greater digital interaction.


A new approach to the development of applications that become more and more scalable, self-contained and decoupled.


The most important lesson learnt from our experiences is that with the increase in the complexity of the system caused by microservices it is essential to support a suitable DevOps platform. For this reason we promote and use Kubernetes for the management of microservices and in particular of Red Hat Openshift, our partner.


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