Our technical architects can help you design a decoupled application built around microservices. In a microservice architecture, an application is built and deployed as highly focussed services. A change in one service does not require a change in other areas. It is the process of separating services so that the functionality is more self-contained that makes decouple architecture a desired one. Here are some of the advantages of using our services to build your decoupled application.
With a decoupled application, you can build a modern UI using Angular or React on top of an existing system or an application whos' presentation layer technology doesn't meet your demands. We use the power of Angular and React to bring a new level of interactivity and responsiveness to systems built on technologies such as Symfony, Java, or CMSs such as Drupal or Sitecore.
Cross-platform with a mix of programming languages and technologies
Your existing applications serve different needs. However, you may like to implement a new application that uses components or data stored in your existing applications. Different components are running on different platforms, or built by different programming languages or technologies. One part of your service might be better suited for Java, while another part might be better suited for PHP.
In a monolithic architecture (non-decoupled architecture), you might need to deploy the complete application in once, and this might affect critical aspects of your technical infrastructure. You do not want the checkout system to break or be in-responsive for a while just due to deploy. With a decoupled architecture, you can deploy new releases independently by each component.
Distributed workload and scalability
A message queue makes it easy to scale up a decoupled application. When the incoming message rate is higher than the consumer rate; you can add more workers, receivers, whose job is to work off the queues faster. Many websites have peak hours, where the activity burst. A large number of website users might suddenly generate a large volume of messages.