The Internet of Things (IoT) ideology can be looked at as a highly dynamic and radically distributed networked system composed of a very large number of identifiable smart objects.

Equipped with information and communication technology, these objects can store their context, they are networked together, they are able to access Internet services and they interact among themselves and with human beings.

COMPRSA’s microservices development makes it possible for organisations to get started with the Internet of Things right away.

The microservice architecture structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, which implement business capabilities and the architecture enables the continuous delivery and deployment of large, complex applications.

Microservices are a part of a larger shift in IT departments towards a DevOps culture, in which development and operations teams work closely together to support an application over its lifecycle, and go through a rapid or even continuous release cycle rather than a more traditional long cycle.