Microservice architecture is known for increasing delivery velocity, decreasing functional risks and reducing software development costs in a way that is not possible with legacy monolithic architectures. OpsGuru can help you adopt this pattern and join the revolution of speedy and well-tested feature delivery to maximise your advantage in the competitive market landscape.


While there are many advantages to adopt a microservices architecture, migrating to a new methodology or paradigm can be risky.  While 90% of the decisions made in architecting a microservices platform will be based on decades-old design principles and patterns, the most critical - and costly - 10% require in-depth knowledge of the latest orchestration, scheduling, observability, and service discovery technologies available today.


OpsGuru has made it our business to work with these technologies, contribute to their codebases, participate in their communities, and understand their roadmaps. We will work with your senior architects to ensure they are fully aware of the values, risks, and deficiencies of the technologies being considered and integrated into your microservices platform.


A common question we hear from our clients is: should we build our system on containers or serverless technologies? More often than not, the answer is “both”. While serverless provides a very compelling development story, it is not optimal for all use cases. We see containers and serverless complementing each other,  and have a significant cost-savings potential for both software and operations teams.


Our experts will work with your engineers to create streamlined build and deployment pipelines that support rapid development cycles and operational best practices, regardless of the deployment model. You can leverage our experience in modularizing, containerizing, and migrating legacy applications to accelerate your efforts and avoid the costly pitfalls that so many teams encounter along the way.

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