Build frontends and backends with independent services to speed up time-to-market delivery while keeping software development agile. Perfect for horizontal team scalability.
Migrating a monolith to microservices unlocks scalability and performance
When the software is divided into service clusters, you can join various technologies that will work together. With independent teams formed around services, it’s easier to reassign developers on demand. You’ll have greater control over adding, swapping, and reusing services at a development speed that was once unreachable.
Wherever you are in the project, the Software House is ready to help with a successful migration.
With this architecture, you can:
- Scale the app's services independently in response to the demand
- Ensure continuous delivery with incremental development
- Stabilize deployments as you update parts without risking a full crash
- Isolate bugs that could break the whole app
- Form and grow independent teams easier
- Switch service vendors much easier
- Moving from a monolith to microservices
- Updating the tech stack from Symfony to Node.js
- Preparing a high-level framework for fast fintech app development
Over 4 years of work helped with a £100B company valuation
20+ professionals from The Software House collaborated with BrickVest
The line up involved project managers, DevOps engineers, QA specialists, and designers
Over 5000 investors have used software shaped by TSH since launch
We’d be glad to advise you for free to help direct the project where it should go.
Book a confidential, 1-hour consultation if you'd like to
- Review and optimize your current microservice implementation
- Plan and execute a migration from your monolith to microservices
- Prepare a microservice implementation strategy
- Build a microservices-based software product from scratch
77% of senior and executive tech professionals have used or migrated to microservices with measurable results (State of Microservices 2020). Companies in finance & banking, travel, software, and e-commerce markets worked with The Software House to reshape their systems for greater development efficiency.
They use microservices:
Their developers invented “service-oriented architecture” to optimize and add functions without disruptions to the world’s largest e-commerce hub.
Sells 4000+ items per minute
After a damaging database corruption, the company began refactoring their platform into microservices year by year to eliminate points of failure.
Services 139M+ subscribers
Aggressive user acquisition made it nearly impossible to expand the complex monolith platform until Uber’s bright development team migrated it into cloud microservices.
Can process 40M rides per month
Consider what over 669 technology professionals think. 56% of them have been using microservices for 1-5 years. Find their insight in our State of Microservices report.
That’s because we value high development standards that make projects serve for years to come. No shortcuts are acceptable. Our clients agree.
They are the people who are not only following tasks but can work together as a team. Together.
Their ability to scale easily without sacrificing performance or product quality stands out to us.
The team has excellent intuition about how to positively impact users and make our app user-friendly.
I love the fact that you spend time with us and that you ask the questions which go beyond solving problems.
We felt like we had a true partner. They were clearly interested in our long-term success
Thinking about moving from a monolith to microservices?