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Interwork’s Application Architecture expertise assists organizations in managing their entities efficiently so that they can support the business needs efficienty. An application architecture defines the principles and procedures involved in the design and development of an application. When you have a good app architecture, you have a roadmap and best practices for developing it. The Interwork team uses the latest technology and industry standards to provide the best service possible.

Today, there are various types of application architecture, but monolithic and N-tier architectures, microservice architectures, and event-driven architectures are among the most prevalent.

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Different application architecture services

Microservices architecture

Using microservices, applications are broken down into their smallest components and made independent. A microservices architecture also facilitates the production of high-quality software more rapidly. A microservice architecture consists of a bunch of services. You can test each service separately; it doesn't matter what programming language you use. We deploy microservice architectures independently and organize them keeping Business and technical needs in mind. All these different services communicate using lightweight protocols. You can focus on your core business instead of worrying about cloud concerns when we help you transition to a microservices architecture.

Monolithic architecture

This monolithic architecture combines all architecture components into one module, primarily managed by one team. If you want to update an application, you must deploy the whole thing, which can take a while. The monolithic architecture is usually the best choice for smaller apps.

Serverless applications

Our serverless approach helps you control costs by leveraging serverless components and letting the cloud provider handle the infrastructure. A serverless architecture offers businesses low barrier-to-entry, stateless, elastic, distributed, and event-driven functionality.

Cloud native architecture

Microservices play a crucial role in cloud-native architectures, specifically for applications running in the cloud. With Interwork's Cloud Native approach, you can build and run cloud-based apps that take advantage of the cloud computing model. Our cloud-native expertise lets you see how to create and deploy applications in container-based environments. We can run public, private, and hybrid cloud applications with cloud-native technology. Cloud-native development makes building, deploying, and managing cloud-ready apps much easier and simplifies processes, technologies, and people.

Event-driven serverless architecture

An event-driven architecture (EDA) is a group of decoupled systems that react to events. Decoupled services can interact and be triggered by events in event-driven architectures. Although distributed serverless EDAs have been around for some time, they have become increasingly relevant in the cloud environment. Serverless can scale automatically as triggered by a REST API or an event. Stateless serverless also provides fast scalability (meaning updates and deployments can occur quickly).

Benefits of our application architecture

A good application architecture allows IT and business planners to work together to develop the right tech solutions. Here are the specifics of the application architecture:

Interwork helps you design and build seamless business applications based on our strategy, process, and technology expertise. You can count on us for a custom fit architecture that fits your organization by combining open-source, open standards, and Interwork’s years of experience.

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