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Our talented developers help our customers design and develop agile backend services using modern cloud stack including Lambda, Step Functions, CloudFoundry, Mongodb, Redis etc.


Choosing the right integration platform for microservices can help reduce long-term IT maintenance costs and make your initiative a resounding success. Here’s why you should use the webMethods  hybrid integration platform in your microservices environment:

  1. This lightweight container can scale down, up or out depending on your needs. It works equally well as a container in point of sales deployments or in massively horizontally scalable implementations.
  2. Independence! Our platform is programming-model-agnostic and multi-container capable. You’re free to use any programming language in a single solution. As a container, the platform ships with hundreds of pre-built useful APIs and services, frameworks, and EDA and in-memory data grid support to save you time.
  3. Services are “hot swappable.” As microservices change, you can change the corresponding services on the integration layer without needing to bring the server down.
  4. You can deploy it in a DMZ so there’s never a need to open inbound ports on the firewall, and there are no proxies to configure. The hybrid integration platform provides routing and mediation services that are a key part of a microservices-style architecture.
  5. You need connectivity to a variety of data sources, storage technologies and applications. The hybrid integration platform has a full range of connectors to support the most modern standards, such as OData, REST, and the full complement of SOAP-based Web-service support.


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“A microservice is a service-oriented application component that is tightly scoped, strongly encapsulated, loosely coupled, independently deployable and independently scalable.”

Gartner, Jun 2019                             

Successful microservices architecture services should be independently deployed and scaled. When you make the switch to microservices, you’re investing in agility — but as with any investment, you should make sure the benefits and risks align with your goals. Successful microservices architecture (MSA) is more complex than traditional application architectures and therefore demands more effort and discipline to design, build and manage it.

Gartner, Jun 2019