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Move faster with Microservices

Microservices is a new age software development architectural style that is widely adopted for developing and managing software solutions at scale to improve efficiency and increase the speed of customer services. The microservices architecture enables rapid, frequent and reliable delivery of large and complex applications. It enables the organization to evolve its technology stack. Use of Agile, DevOps, cloud, containers, and CI/CD methods enables integrated largescale service-optimized systems with the microservices.
 
This whitepaper will be helpful in knowing about the process of application migration from monolith to the microservices architecture and principles of converting it, characteristics of the microservices, best practices involved in taking this leap, benefits of microservices, trends in microservices and the role of Calsoft in providing ready-to-use microservices stack saving the delivery time, efforts and cost of the customers by enabling the rapid, frequent and reliable delivery of large, complex applications.

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