Build serverless microservices for event-driven applications and process orchestration
Microservices are applications that are used to perform background tasks. Usually, a microservice architecture refers to multiple decoupled components that are independent of each other, but work together to achieve a functionality. For example, Payments in a food ordering application is a microservice that is decoupled from a delivery agent assignment, but both work together to achieve the end goal.
With a microservice model, you will be able to improve observability and drive innovation. This can be facilitated by the Strangler pattern, where you find the smallest independent component and move it as a microservice. With time, you can move your complete application to a microservice model and reap the benefits, both in terms of pace of innovation and reduction in costs.
- Improved Innovation
- Better Debugging
- Slash development time and enhance iteratively
- Use case 1 : Sync data between disparate platforms Import data to the destination using the Catalyst Datastore with the option to send alerts to your inbox if there are any failed API requests due to unavoidable errors.
- Use case 2 : Sentiment Analysis Microservice Perform sentiment analysis and push negative comments as tickets to your custom ticketing portal from any community engagement tool
Solution Architecture for Building Serverless Microservices on Catalyst
How ConstructionBOS speed up time to market with serverless microservice
“With Catalyst, we were able to serve our customers better by getting new services to them faster. Building the microservice on Catalyst was easy! We never had to deal with infrastructure management. We just wrote a code and deployed it.”
Craig Mulcahy, CEO - ConstructionBOSRead now