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7 Reasons Why You Need Microservices?

Many a times, we tend to buy certain things like a high-end phone or a lavish car just because it is trending or for social status. Irrespective of the utility value of the product, we end up buying it for various reasons. The same happens in the corporate world where organizations acquire or adapt products and services even without realizing the need for it or hoping for better outcome. One such adopted architecture in the IT industry is Microservices.

The promising and convincing abilities of Microservices to provide better stability, faster releases and improved productivity are some of the key features software organizations fancy the most. However, Microservices cannot always be the table-turner since, organizations without proper frameworks, process and structure embrace Microservices and expect improvement.

Fortunately or unfortunately, Microservices pays off, only when used effectively. Microservices can be passive or futile than a monolithic application when executed to an architecture that does not follow the core principles and guidelines.

The following are the criteria of your application that help in deciding the need for Microservices:

Phase – Is the application going live or still in the development phase? Does it require various amendments or is it still in the sustenance phase?

Dimension – Is your application big enough that the monolithic architecture can damage it? The size of the application can be weighed by the number of features or the user story points in the KLOC. Your application can be labelled big when the number of business features exceeds 50.

Consistency – Is your application too fragile that any modification in the code can actually affect the rest of the application?

Detention –Does it take ages to release the application even after few enhancements?

Memory/CPU Issues – Are there any occurrences where your application crash or collapse because of few defects in some parts of the application?

Adaptability/Flexibility –Is your application not capable of scaling up beyond a point after adding more infrastructure or nodes?

Ineptitude – Do you find difficulties in your business where you lose much ‘business critical’ time because there is a lack of implementing skills?

It is more than a necessity to embrace Microservices if the answer to the questions above is YES! It implies that your current technology is ruining the growth of your business and needs some sort of solution that can help in delivering ideal business processes and agility. Apparently, this is how you can achieve seamless business with Microservices.


The various limitations and issues in the Monolithic architecture pattern encourage many organizations to adopt Microservices. An example for such a limitation is when a minor change or modification is made to the application it is mostly very slow or affects the entire application.

Whereas, Microservices is capable enough to handle this situation as it is mostly regarded as a successful evolution of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Using Microservices, development teams can build different sets of independent and individual components that are simple to test and maintain. This can eventually help organizations and businesses increase agility, improve workflow and boost productivity.

Develop Build Deploy

Microservices and DevOps easily go hand in hand, as they both enable continuous delivery and deployment, which eventually accelerates the delivery of the application. Microservices allow the DevOps team to build individual parts of the application simultaneously that paves way for the cross-functional teams to build, test, release and maintain the applications consistently. This combination of Microservices and DevOps not only improves productivity but also in building friction-free applications.

Technology-Independent Architecture

Being called the ‘suites of independently deployable services’ Microservices isolate each functionality to multiple independent modules that are solely responsible for its performance. Independent scalability is an influential benefit that allows adding new capabilities which increases the development speed and application stability without disrupting the entire application.

Highly Secured

The security of your application is of paramount importance and Microservices ensures that the code details are secured and isolated to avoid them from spreading across. The isolation of APIs that induces proliferation of the dependencies between Microservices leads to less security breaches.


Doing the right thing at the right time is all that matters. And Microservices Accelerator is one such solution designed and offered by technology implementation partners using their many years of experience in addressing many such challenges and needs. These kind of accelerators provide pre-built high quality functionalities that allow faster implementations and lessen the need to strategize from scratch. In addition, these accelerators bridge the knowledge gap and avoid the possibilities of trouble that arise while implementing.


Microservices is nothing but an architectural solution for designing complex applications, adopted by organizations that allow them to have a strong collaboration between the development and the operations teams. As mentioned earlier, Microservices is effective and sustainable when used right. TechCello is one such multi-tenant software framework built with the common set of features that is required to build any SaaS product. It acts like a platform to build and manage any SaaS product without much effort. Implementing TechCello helps organizations to integrate applications easily, divide monolithic systems via API, and enable Microservices quickly and easily. There are several benevolent factors that TechCello can offer such as better agility, more reliability, less recovery time, lower cost and fewer resources. Acquire TechCello to build highly scalable, securable and customizable SaaS product and enjoy significant cost savings.

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Jothi Rengarajan

Jothi serves as the Principal Architect of Techcello. She is responsible for the architecture and technical roadmap of Techcello; she plays consultative role for various customers of Techcello in architecting their products on top of Techcello. Prior to Techcello, Jothi worked with Aspire Systems as Technical architect, where she has architected and developed over 30+ SaaS/Multi-tenant products for global ISVs. Jothi is a prominent speaker on Cloud Technologies in various technical forums. She has 16+ years of software development experience. Jothi has bachelors in electronics and communication engineering.

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