Our teams have developed expertise in distributed and highly available applications among multiple architectural styles. These platforms rely on microservices architectures that not only facilitate scaling the apps themselves but also scaling your own teams. This allows you to independently deploy services owned by small groups and decouple business domains into APIs that are autonomous, highly maintainable, and testable.
MAS Global has ample experience in helping customers build SaaS platforms that can expose 30+ independent services owned by 20+ teams. The teams handle everything for these services, from development to deployment, as well as their exposure to consumers by maintaining clear contracts and well documented endpoints.
By Working Together, We Analyze the Situation and Implement Solutions
MAS Global is not just another contractor—we are a true business partner. In order to help our clients implement successful microservice architectures for distributed systems, we start by defining the clear boundaries between the different business domains. Then, we can identify which areas can be exposed and maintained as independent services.
We have helped our partners with migrations from monolithic applications to microservices that use cloud-native offerings like containerized services and orchestration services such as Docker and Kubernetes. This allows our teams to promote quality attributes like portability and flexibility while leveraging the use of public clouds like Azure and AWS. Additionally, in some cases, we have used hybrid approaches that involve local data centers. All of this depends on the specific needs of each customer.
Microservices are not a silver bullet. They come with many advantages but also with some trade-offs that need to be considered when making decisions. That is where our experts come in to help your company choose the best possible solution.
ROI From Day One
ROI from Day One
The use of microservices architectures helps our partners not only improve the way their applications behave at scale, but it also improves how their teams work. The technology helps teams to scale, collaborate, and manage their activities and ceremonies. They get total ownership of smaller pieces of the whole system and focus only on specific areas. As a result, each team is more autonomous and can choose their own tech stacks depending on their expertise without compromising interoperability with other teams and systems.
The smaller codebases make maintainability and testability easier. The onboarding of new team members is simpler and more effective, allowing them to start contributing faster.