Integration and Service Oriented Architecture
Combine individual parts of your business into one unit. Your existing tools are much more valuable for you when they can communicate with each other.
Analysis of requirements
Both integration and service oriented architecture are all about the real understanding of the business value behind the desired solution. A thorough analysis of the client’s requirements, capabilities and existing systems is key to properly design a solution that will indeed deliver this business value.
Professional Integration and SOA design
High quality and useful software are based on the right integration of SOA and two main functions. The first one is creating a broad architectural model that defines the goals of applications and the approaches that will help meet those goals. The second one is to define the function of specific implementation specifications, usually linked to the formal WSDL and SOAP specifications.
Mutual trust is a fundamental pillar for mutual satisfaction in the long-term of cooperation in IT services. We build confidence in our services through timely deliveries and continuous communication of project status to clients in the form of regular reports.
In recent years, service integration has become one of our core specialities. We have developed a platform to streamline the integration process with built-in handlers for different transport protocols and data transformations.
The whole communication amongst integrated parts is monitored and supervised. The data we collect helps us to optimise the communication amongst services and to scale services to match real requirements and needs.
Orchestration and controlling mechanisms
An orchestration often involves the communication amongst multiple infrastructure points in order to achieve a single goal. Our platform enables us to build an orchestration layer and controlling services for the whole infrastructure.
We use an isolated services architecture that was developed using the most appropriate tools with no compromises. Tools and technologies such as Docker, Swarm and Kubernetes help us with the implementation and management of these services.