Microservice architectures make it possible to launch new products faster, help them scale easier, and respond better to customer demands. With its multiple modern data models, fault tolerance in any scenario, multi-tenancy for isolation, and the flexibility to deploy across multiple environments, Redis Enterprise enables developers and operators to optimize their data layer for a microservices architecture.
Microservices-based applications enable strategic digital transformation and cloud migration initiatives
Microservices is an architecture style that has helped development teams create better software, faster, and minimize the costs and complexity of application modernization. As a result, microservices architectures have been adopted across all industries, for projects that justifiably can be labeled “digital transformation initiatives” as well as for more mundane but important tasks such as bootstrapping cloud deployments.
This architecture style and its related software development culture enable microservices development teams to operate on their own release cycles, embrace end-to-end product ownership, and adopt a DevOps framework built on continuous integration/continuous delivery. The result is that enterprises can reduce time-to-market for new service development, often from projects measured in months to days.
Microservices accelerate data tier cloud migrations. That’s because they primarily rely on cloud-native NoSQL databases. NoSQL databases are replacing on-premises relational databases that were not built for the cloud nor for independent release cycles, according to a 2021 IDC InfoBrief survey.