Microservices Migration for Java Application

Development: Java Microservices Migration With OpenShift

Keyhole Software Application Rewrite, IT Strategy, Java, Microservices, Modernization, New Development

Keyhole Consultants are currently leading an initiative at a large financial services firm to move a large, monolithic, legacy application running in the organization’s “on-premise” data center, to a microservice-based suite of applications running in the “cloud.” The application is being iteratively moved to containers, orchestrated by Kubernetes in the AWS Cloud.

The effort was centered on developing a more agile environment including process, practices, and technology choices, with the goal of cultivating a DevOps culture.

Java Microservices & React Development – Cross-Functional Team

Lauren Fournier Java, JavaScript, Microservices, React

Client Snapshot: Privately controlled and independent investment management firm. A cross-functional team of Keyhole Software consultants assisted a long-term client of Keyhole Software on various, concurrent initiatives. Primary efforts included Java / Spring Boot microservices and React applications. A selection of tasks completed follows: The team of Keyhole consultants helped support the client’s efforts to migrate its legacy applications into …

Development: Easybroidery Web Application

Keyhole Software Angular, Java, JavaScript, New Development, SaaS

Keyhole consultants engaged with a local small business to create a web application for its monthly subscription service.

The business domain was custom embroidery designs available through a monthly membership. By having a membership, subscribers have on-demand access to digital machine embroidery designs.

The web application was an all-in-one solution for members & administrators. Features include inventory management, with inventory search & downloading; membership management, with account creation, single sign on, and authentication; payment processing with Square integration; administration panel, and other features.

Increased Stability In Transition to Microservices

Keyhole Software Java, Microservices, Modernization

The ultimate goal of this project was to improve the stability of the application suite as the organization made the transition to a Microservices-style platform. Keyhole consultants assisted with the migration from a monolithic application architecture to a Microservices style that broke up application functionality into smaller runtime elements that could be tested and deployed separately.