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What is Monolithic Architecture?

A monolithic architecture is the traditional unified model for the design of a software program. Built as a single unit, monolithic applications are single-tiered with different components of the program combined into a single program. For the code to execute or compile, each interconnected and interdependent component must be present in a tightly-coupled system.

Drawbacks of Monolithic Architecture
  • For every new update, the entire application must be redeployed 
  • Difficult to scale, the architecture lacks agility and innovation 
  • The presence of a bug in any module can impact the entire application 
  • Large code base makes it tough for developers and QA to understand the code and business knowledge 
  • Makes continuous deployment difficult 
  • Monolithic applications tend to slow down the start-up time

Refactoring Monolith To Microservices

Moving from a monolithic architecture to microservices can bring amazing benefits to your business including enhanced scalability, improved agility, reduced response downtime and independent team collaboration

How to break a Monolith into Microservices

Our migration experts use a well-defined strategy to break the monolith into a microservice architecture. 

  • It starts with modularizing the source code followed by identifying modules with low coupling. 
  • The team starts decoupling these modules and iteratively applies the model to the rest of the application. 
  • The next step is to create APIs and build an anti-corruption layer (ACL) to isolate subsystems. 
  • To ensure  successful implementation, our specialists build an outer architecture-an ecosystem in which microservices operate in.
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Container Based execution environment


Containers used with microservices deliver single-function, small modules enabling our experts to build agile and scalable applications. This eliminates the need to build and deploy a new application version every single time the team changes or scales a specific function. At Toobler, we use  Docker and Kubernetes to successfully deploy containerization.


What execution environment should your microservices applications use?

While there are several execution environments to run your microservices-based applications-Containers appear to be the best choice. Microservices and containers make a  powerful duo and to get the best of both worlds, they must be used in tandem. Providing a lightweight, scalable runtime environment, containers also offer a consistent software environment  for applications right from development to deployment.

Benefits of Containerisation
  • Fast and secure,containerization of applications offers excellent  portability between different platforms and clouds 
  • Easier scaling with faster app startup time 
  • Higher utilization of resources 
  • Enables simple and fast deployment 
  • Improved security is achieved with application isolation 
  • Containers are developer-friendly 
  • Improved agility and productivity
Cloud orchestration

Enable your business to accelerate application delivery and  simplify deployment/management with cloud orchestration. It offers a unified dashboard to handle all the data, cloud resources, platforms and  infrastructure providing effective visibility and control to your team. Highly cost-effective, cloud orchestration ensures error-free delivery while improving customer experience significantly.

DevOps Toolchain and Practices Used

Incident Tracking and Management

Tools Used : Teamwork, Slack, Gitlab, Mantis

Source code management

Tools Used : Gitlab, Bitbucket

Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD)

Tools Used : Jenkins, Gitlab CI

Code Quality

Tools Used : Code climate, Sonarqube

Code build

Tools Used : NPM, Yarn, Kaniko

Code test

Tools Used : Jest,Mocha, Selenium, Nightwatch and cucumber.js

Containerisation and Orchestration

Tools Used : Docker, Kubernetes

Configuration tools

Tools Used : Terraform and Ansible

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Testimonials

My experiences with the Toobler folks has been stellar. Their programming has been solid and their designs have been exceptional – a rare commodity in the outsourcing world. Without any hesitation – I will continue to use Toobler on all my projects.

Working with Toobler was easy for me. Their staff were always online when I needed to discuss something and they were professional and pleasant in their manner. They were also very knowledgeable and always had a good grasp on what was needed. This is a good company to have in your address book.

I believe that Toobler provided me the highest level of communication & coding during my product development. The world has greatly benefited from hands of their innovative team!

The guys at Toobler were very involved from the very first minute they started working on my project. Their commitment, knowledge and dedication helped me wrap it up in a spectacular fashion and needless to say, the result was a huge success.

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