Refactor legacy monolith
using Microservices

We refactor monolithic application into micro-services architecture to help businesses become more productive, cost-effective and agile. Our re-factoring strategies include the determination of motivations for refactoring a monolithic application into microservices. This determination is particularly important to decide whether we need to:

  • Implement new functionality as microservice or
  • Convert current modules into microservices or
  • Break presentations or components into one microservice at a time

Benefits of Microservices

Advanced application integrity

Software built as microservices can be broken down into multiple component services, so that each of these services can be deployed and then redeployed independently.

Improved fault isolation

The independent microservice functionality ensures strong performance i.e. if one service fails, the others continue to work without any disruption.

Easy integration and automatic deployment

Microservices use open-source continuous integration tools such as Jenkins and enable continuous delivery.


Microservices are easy to understand since they represent a small piece of functionality, and can be modified easily by developers, thus improving overall productivity.

Scalable and reusable architecture

Microservices are easy to scale and seamlessly integrate with 3rd party APIs

Simplified security monitoring

Microservices are built on isolated parts of application thus, simplifying detection and reconciliation of security faults.

Increased autonomy of individual teams

Wider IT delivery within an organization, as ideas can be implemented and deployed without having to coordinate with all departments.

Technology Stack

  • Spring Boot – Java Microservices
  • .Net Core – Dot Net Microservices
  • Express.js/Hapi.js – Node.js Microservices
  • Docker – Containerization
  • Kubernetes – Orchestration of containers
  • Serverless – AWS Lambda, Azure and Google Functions
  • Netflix OSS stack for managing microservices
  • Redis/Hosted Queues – Asynchronous Communication
  • Managed Databases (on cloud)