.Net is one of the most famous and widely used frameworks in software development. This ecosystem is designed and backed by Microsoft to facilitate easy desktop and web application engineering. Also, its re-usable code and object-oriented programming allow businesses to…
Microsoft .NET Development Company
Devox Software delivers robust, secure, and scalable .Net applications to businesses across the globe. We have proven expertise and a growing talent pool of .Net developers to both build your project from the ground up and scale up your existing .Net software development team.
About Devox Software
Devox Software is an IT outsourcing company from Ukraine. Our key value is our flexibility. It’s you who chooses the engagement model that works best for your project: outsourcing, outstaffing, dedicated team or staff augmentation.
The benefit you get with us is facilitation. Digital transformation has never been easier – all you need to do is just tell us your requirements. We will advise you on the fitting solution, resources, and timeframes for your business.
Our main asset is people. We hire top software developers to run your project from initial estimation to release.
Devox Software achieves a well-planned development process, competent management, and efficient communication due to a thorough selection of team members for our company.
Why using .NET?
Object-oriented software development model
Perhaps there’s no other technology company with such a full and coherent ecosystem that checks off all boxes for engineers, from IDEs and frameworks to cloud services.
Cross-platform design of .NET Core
.NET Core is a cross-platform .NET implementation that allows the code to run on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
Flexible deployment and easy maintenance
The deployment itself is as easy as copying a folder.
Universal .NET Standard
Common functions such as graphics rendering, database interaction, XML manipulations across .NET Framework, .NET Core, and Xamarin.
High throughput and high productivity
From the very beginning, .NET has relied on a just-in-time compiler (JIT) to translate Intermediate Language (IL) code to optimized machine code.
One of the most popular web framework in the world. Additionaly it is open source.
What we Offer?
- Application engineering
- Porting from .Net framework to .Net Core
- Cross-technology migration and development with reverse engineering
- Post-production support
- DevOps support
- Software testing
The solutions they’re providing is helping our business run more smoothly. We’ve been able to make quick developments with them, meeting our product vision within the timeline we set up.
Listen to them because they can give strong advice about how to build good products.
We get great satisfaction working with them. They help us produce a product we’re happy with as co-founders. The feedback we got from customers was really great, too. Customers get what we do and we feel like we’re really reaching our target market.
We hired the Devox team for a complicated (unusual interaction) UX/UI assignment. The team managed the project well both for initial time estimates and also weekly follow-ups throughout delivery. Overall, efficient work with a nice professional team.
Their intuition about the product and their willingness to try new approaches and show them to our team as alternatives to our set course were impressive. The Devox team makes it incredibly easy to work with, and their ability to manage our team and set expectations was outstanding.
Devox is a team of exepctional talent and responsible executives. All of the talent we outstaffed from the company were experts in their fields and delivered quality work. They also take full ownership to what they deliver to you. If you work with Devox you will get actual results and you can rest assured that the result will procude value.
The work that the team has done on our project has been nothing short of incredible – it has surpassed all expectations I had and really is something I could only have dreamt of finding. Team is hard working, dedicated, personable and passionate.
I have worked with people literally all over the world both in business and as freelancer, and people from Devox Software are 1 in a million.
- Office 365
- Exchange Server
- Ms Dynamics
- OAuth 2.0
- ASP.NET AJAX CT
- ASP.NET Core
- ASP.NET Web Services
- WCF Data Services
- WCF Services
- ASP.NET Dynamic Data
- ASP.NET AJAX
- ASP.NET MVC
- OLE DB
- SQL Server Compact
- SQL Server
Pros and Cons of various architectures that may be used in your project.
Service Oriented Architecture
Advantages of monolithic applications:
Easy implementation. Monolithic architecture is known for its development speed and simplicity. It is easier to create an application on one code than orchestrate various components.
High performance. Monolithic architecture has improved performance compared with microservice apps. Its components don’t need API gateways to communicate.
Easy debugging. A single code base makes it easy to track errors and perform end–to–end testing. Unlike microservices, you don’t need to manage different run–time environments.
Simple deployment. Monolithic architecture is easy to deploy and scale. All you need is to use a script that loads your module and runs the application.
Less security and other concerns. Since your software sits on a single code base, you’ll have fewer security problems and issues with login, caching, and others.
High degree of software complexity. Since everything is in one application, you have tight coupling between components. So, it becomes harder to scale vertically.
Low flexibility. You can only rely on a single technology. It means that any changes will result in rewriting the whole application, which is costly and time–consuming.
Scaling limitations. You can scale monolith apps horizontally as a whole. No other type of scaling is possible for this type of infrastructure.
Service Oriented Architecture
Advantages of SOA:
Scalability. SOA operates on different servers within an environment. Thus, it gives the ability to quickly adapt IT to changing business challenges and build new solutions on existing assets.
Easy debugging and testing. SOA services are small and independent. Therefore, it is easier to test and debug the applications which adds credibility to the service–oriented architecture.
Platform independence. Services encapsulate implementation details from other components. It means they are independent of the platform on which they’re running, contributing to the manageability of created systems.
Easy maintenance. As this type of architecture is independent, it is easier to update and edit any service. You don’t have to worry about affecting other services.
Loosely coupled. Services are independent of each other. You can modify one application without making changes in other components.
Reusability. The ability to build applications based on reusable service interfaces allows you to respond faster to new business opportunities. You don’t need to re–create and integrate interfaces into each new project.
Disadvantages of SOA:
Large upfront investment. SOA architecture is known for its high costs. These are associated with HR, development, and technology investments.
High bandwidth server. The frequency of sending and receiving messages may reach a million requests per day. Therefore, you’ll need a high–speed server to run a web service.
Extra overload. All inputs should be validated before being sent to the service. If you are using multiple services, then you’ll get system overload with further computation.
Increased response time. Cross–service interaction adds a bigger overhead. It may often result in a growing response time.
Advantages of microservices architecture:
Autonomy. Microservices allow for more independence to work autonomously in cross–functional distributed teams. A microservice can be deployed and scaled as needed without impacting other services.
Flexibility in technologies. This architecture type includes decoupled services written in different programming languages and storage technologies. Thus, you can select a suitable tech stack for the specific needs on any device.
Increased scalability. Unlike monolith architecture, you can scale individual services independently when needed. It means that you don’t have to scale the whole system.
High reliability. Since microservices abstract the realization and the execution environment, applications remain intact by a single failure or damage. Fault isolation also helps identify the root cause of performance issues easily.
Reusability. The reusable modules maximize the utility of essentials. You can reprofile efficient code to attain multiple tasks and reduce the dependencies between development teams.
Continuous integration and delivery. Microservices architecture allows for faster and more independent deployments. You can break the project into small independent modules and deploy them as individual services.
Disadvantages of microservices architecture:
Complex communication. Since each functional element is isolated, you need to establish secure communication between them. As the number of services increases, the complexity of constructing connections will increase.
Resource-intensive. The need for constant communication also translates into added costs. Also, microservice architecture requires more time and money compared with monolithic one.
Security challenges. Increased inter–service communication may result in more cross–cutting concerns. Every instance of microservice creates exposure to additional security attacks.
Challenging deployment. The number of elements complicates coordination. Thus, deployment becomes more difficult since developers need to take over various autonomous services and communication between them.
Difficult global testing. The more services you have, the more complex testing will be over a distributed environment. Interactions between the services pose the greatest challenges.
CQRS Event Sourcing
In some cases we apply the CQRS design pattern that is used in microservices architecture, having a separate service, model, and database for insert operations. This acts as a command layer and separates service, model, and database for query data, which acts as a query layer. The read database can store a denormalized model where databases like NoSQL may be leveraged. The command layer inserts data into a store. The query layer is querying data from the data store. This allows benefiting from the query database to read data rapidly and keep it consistent.
Event Management Platform, USA
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