Belatrix Software Explores The Benefits Of Microservices And How They Can Be Deployed
Belatrix Software, a leading software development company, has just released a new report, and a series of blog posts, on microservices. Microservice architectures have risen to prominence in the past few years as leading companies look for ways in which they can become more flexible and rapidly adjust to changing customer demands.
The report, entitled “A Business Executive’s Guide To Microservices” examines microservices from the perspective of business stakeholders. It examines how this architecture can help reduce the complexity which has become an increasing problem for organizations, as they seek to continually develop features and functionality for their software applications. It also explains how microservices have become popular amongst developers, because they are working with a smaller, and easier-to-handle code base.
The report explores the different options and their respective benefits for deploying microservices, whether server-based, using containers, or a serverless architecture.
Alex Robbio, Belatrix’s President and Co-Founder, commenting on the thought leadership, said that “microservices are an exciting area in the technology landscape, and are helping organizations become more nimble and responsive to customer demands. Our team is ready and able to help companies develop their next great software applications on a microservices architecture”.
About Belatrix Software
Belatrix Software helps companies thrive in the digital world. Organizations partner with Belatrix to turn ideas into high quality, innovative software based on highly-tuned Agile development processes. Customers use Belatrix's digital transformation services to create best-in-class software products, lower time to market, and gain competitive edge. Belatrix's dedicated labs, focusing on UX, continuous delivery, mobile, DevOps, and QA automation, help organizations become digital leaders.
Belatrix's clients include both established Fortune level and emerging, venture backed firms. Some of the firm's clients include Disney, Adobe, AOL, PwC, and Shutterfly. Belatrix is a South American company with offices in Florida, New York, San Francisco, Barcelona, Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Lima