Serengeti provided microservice architecture design services and implementation services.
We developed a microservice platform for the needs of the client’s mobile applications and for the needs of the incorporation of various EU directives into the banking system integration.
In order to accomplish these goals, Serengeti assigned its experts to existing client teams according to the proven Team Extension Model.
The Team Extension Engagement Model is a step-by-step process that ensures fast and efficient onboarding and reaching the external team’s optimum productivity level very fast. Together, Serengeti’s team and the internal team worked on the overall platform architecture design and implementation. Microservice architecture has proven to be the best solution in this case because it enables continuous delivery and deployment of large-scale complex applications. It also gives the organization the opportunity to easily upgrade the technologies it uses. Scaling applications is much easier than scaling large monolithic applications because microservices can be scaled individually.
Another advantage of this approach is that different teams can independently develop and deploy all microservices without much coordination with other teams. By using modern cloud technologies, we have solved business problems like fast delivery and reuse of common parts. The OpenShift ecosystem delivers a variety of technologies, from monitoring container metrics and application performance inside a container, to supporting various Java and other technologies and software environments. Some of the services offered by the OpenShift platform to the applications running on that platform are high availability/load balancing, single sign-on, a unique system for collecting, accessing and managing application logs, a CI/CD system for creating and installing applications, and service discovery. All these services were used in the overall system design.