Application Architecture Modernization

Back in the day, everything used to be monolithic. Huge teams would work on one monolithic application which would be responsible for doing a lot of things. The monolithic architecture allows you to quickly put together a prototype with one application doing everything. There is less maintenance overhead since you don’t need to rely on any other team. However, as the application is pushed to production and continues to grow, things quickly get out of control.

But Monolithic applications were having some disadvantages like slow rollout, poor scalability, and inter-dependency. Also, monolithic applications are much harder to debug and update. Large applications require a lot of time and effort to identify issues and roll out updates, and by the time these updates are rolled out requirements could have changed.


Microservices – also known as microservice architecture – is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of services that are

  • Independently deployable
  • Loosely coupled
  • Organized around business capabilities
  • Owned by a small team
  • Highly maintainable and testable

The microservice architecture enables the rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of large, complex applications. It also enables an organization to evolve its technology stack.

Microservices Road-Map

When it comes to refactoring monolithic applications into microservices, most engineering teams have no idea where to start. Additionally, a recent survey revealed that 79% of modernization projects fail, at an average cost of $1.5 million and 16 months of work. We trust that our application development process will match your business requirements and plans. Also our team have faced many complex sitouations in application Modernization and refactoring in different Sectors and come up with these best bractices:

  • Automate the Identification of Services and Domains.
  • Consolidate Functionality and Avoid Duplication.
  • Create Accurate and Meaningful Names for Services
  • Identify Functionality That Shouldn’t Be a Separate Microservice

TECHIP experts can deliver and modernize software solutions based on the waterfall and agile models, to accelerate the go-to-market process. Get Quote