Modernization is something any software will have to go through, given it wants to retain its relevance. This is especially true for apps built on a monolithic architecture. Monoliths serve as a great starting point for most kinds of solutions, being relatively cheap to make and easy to manage. But as your software grows bigger and more complex, cracks start to show.
In cases like that, migration to microservices can become a cure-all solution. As a rule, microservices architecture promises to deliver responsive, scalable, and flexible service-based apps. Sounds great – and yet companies often hesitate to go through with the process. It seems too complicated, too expensive, too good to be true. Is it really worth the hassle?
This case study centers around our client’s cloud-based HRM solution we worked on. The software serves thousands of users per account, helping streamline corporate HR processes and improve employee engagement. The app has attracted a good number of clients. Nevertheless, when the number of business accounts reached 20, the development team encountered the pitfalls monoliths often face: poor system resilience, high costs for new functionality, slow time-to-market for crucial new features, and unbalanced scaling.
Like many other startups, our client had entered the stage at which their software had to grow. For that matter, the deployment of a microservices architecture would be the perfect solution to all the above-listed challenges.
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- How Bamboo Agile helped its client smoothly migrate to a microservices architecture
- Which system enhancements to add to improve its performance
- How to carry out the migration process in a step-by-step format
- How efficient microservices migration can be – all gain, no pain
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