Enterprise systems, CRMs, or Supply Chain Management applications, Enterprise Applications are a suite of integrated software modules working on common data. These modules or functionalities collectively combine to form a Service-oriented architecture that is lower in costs, flexible in configuration, and platform-independent.
With Enterprises embracing Agile methodologies and moving towards DevOps, IT teams are focusing on building single-function modules using Microservices. This modular method is another way of implementing a Service-oriented approach for building Enterprise Applications.
In the past decade, building enterprise solutions for multiple federal and commercial businesses, Allwyn has observed some challenges to be consistent, irrespective of size and industry.
- Adapting to changing business environment
- Ensuring strict security requirements
- Integration constraints due to monolithic systems
- Lack of skills and resources
Allwyn’s team of seasoned program delivery personnel, solution architects and developers has acquired decades of experience working with Enterprise IT architectures and solutions. To ensure business agility in a world of mobile, API, and SaaS, enterprise integration is imperative. While complicated point-to-point integration could also help to an extent, leveraging MuleSoft for connecting SaaS & enterprise applications in Hybrid environments enhances connectivity, productivity, and Coordination.
Mulesoft as an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), part of Anypoint Platform, provides over-the-top solutions for instant API connectivity, synchronization, and integration. With MuleSoft, organizations can benefit from Service mediation, event handling, and service creation and hosting tools that support the Service-oriented architecture initiatives.
Service-oriented software solutions also involve the use of Microservices that can eliminate the common challenges of EA implementation. As such architectures follow a modular approach, it is easier to develop, fix, and maintain the modules or Microservices also with the help of much smaller teams.
Distributed Development: Parallelizes development by allowing smaller teams to develop, deploy, and maintain respective services independently. Microservice-based architectures facilitate CI/CD and DevOps.
Integration of heterogeneous and legacy systems: Modernization of existing monolithic architectures becomes easy with SOA, Microservices, and the use of MuleSoft Enterprise APIs.
Scalability and Modularity: Decomposing Enterprise Applications into various smaller services makes the applications easier to understand, develop, test, monitor, and scaled independently.
To see how we can help transition your organization to a microservices based model, please contact us.