Want to become more agile? Considering breaking up with your monolith?
Enter the Digital Transformation era with pep in your step by adopting a microservices architecture.
How Will This Happen?
- Reduce your development effort by up to 40%*
- Introduce new features by adopting Continuous Delivery
- Save up to 30% of your budget thanks to a maximised use of infrastructure*
- Quickly challenge your business ideas against the market
- Stop worrying about user base growth
- Stop sacrificing quality by increasing automated test coverage by 120%*
*Our Cloud expert’s calculations.
Sign up for our Microservices Workshop to render your solution agile, highly available, and reliable.
3-day workshop, 1-week analysis
1 Solutions Architect, 1 Business Analyst & 1 Senior Developer from PGS Software
Onsite or offsite
Summary report, architecture draft, strategy, PoC plan
The Benefits of a Microservices Workshop
Operational & Business Benefits:
Agility & Flexibility
Real Business Value
Meet Our Experts
Project Manager & Scrum Master
He holds the Professional Scrum Master Certification and has been a Scrum Master for over 5 years. He has led Lightning Talks for development teams and clients alike, sharing his experience-based know-how of Agile, Scrum, agile estimation, story points, agile development planning, and more. He is a big fan of Disciplined Agile Delivery as it is characterised by a truly pragmatic approach to agile methodologies. In fact, he is currently in the process of creating the Agile Excellence programme, which will aim to implement DAD practices at PGS Software.
Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert - Cloud Platform & Infrastructure
Tomasz has 9 years’ experience in programming, specifically in .Net, Java, and C++, and he is also a specialist in Cloud, DevOps and automation. He has conducted many hands-on workshops and given numerous tech presentations.
Microservices are an architectural and organisational approach to software development where small cross-functional teams develop small independent services.
All services are then joined together to create a scalable and highly available network of microservices. This approach renders your solution unwaveringly reliable and fault-tolerant.