Development: Microservices Analytics UI with React & Spring

Keyhole Software Java, JavaScript, Microservices, New Development

A team of Keyhole Software Consultants built a customer-facing analytics dashboard for an international leader in automotive data and software services. This project was performed under an aggressive deadline and was completed both early and under budget.

The goal of the project was to both build the analytics dashboard and make all data accessible through a REST API. The development team was also tasked with building a custom solution for user authentication using JWTs to control access based on user subscriptions through an API Gateway.

Feature Addition: Mobile Push Notifications with AWS SNS

Keyhole Software Application Enhancement, Java, Mobile Development

Keyhole consultant was engaged in an effort to implement a push notification solution for an existing mobile banking application.

To begin, Keyhole reviewed the application requirements to determine the best service to use moving forward. After the evaluation of Twilio and Amazon Web Services Simple Notification Service, the team concluded AWS SNS was the best solution.

Development: React Capital Planning Mobile App with Spring Boot

Keyhole Software Java, JavaScript, Mobile Development

Under an aggressive 6-week deadline, a four-person Keyhole Software Consulting team was charged with delivering functionality to the first phase of a capital asset planning application for an international engineering consulting firm.

Deliverables included ensuring all UI controls displayed properly on mobile devices, application functionality in offline mode, and seamless integration with the working application.

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.