You know that monoliths are hard to operate and scale, but at the same time, you have a feeling that microservices put focus in the wrong place, and:
You feel that your product evolves slowly, and your team focuses on the wrong things!
You hear a lot of jargon and obfuscation by technology, with not enough emphasis on business!
Your OpEx costs are skyrocketing, and you invest too much into technology!
Serverless architecture gives you all benefits of microservices with significantly lower OpEx and complexity!
Achieve shorter development cycles with AWS portfolio, thanks to a razor-sharp focus on the product!
Introduce cost-awareness to your product development with serverless computing and its inherent an on-demand pricing model!
Immediately bring value to the table by scheduling a scoping session with our cloud architects. This allow us to understand the challenges, and you to gain a fresh perspective.
The big-bang approach rarely bring any value, so our goal is to select the most viable piece of your architecture and attack it right away, to bring the biggest benefit.
Our mission is to teach your team how to do it. That's why we assemble a mixed, remote team that will drive the change and deliver the selected scope.
The true value coming from guidance and consulting is delivered during the daily teamwork towards success. By collaboration we can ensure that team will accomplish it.
Pattern Match, from the early beginning, showed their value with our transformation to serverless architecture. Vast knowledge about AWS that Pattern-Match has allowed us to avoid many problems that are common for the newbies in this technology and infrastructure. They support our team on each stage of our project, starting from planning, architecture, and finish on implementation. We are glad to have such a partner, and we recommend them as professionals in Serverless Computing and AWS.
VP of Research and Development at DTiQ
The serverless architecture itself may look deceptively simple, but it effectively requires two things:
Of course, moving from monolith to serverless may sound like skipping a leg day, but you should not be worried if:
Then you are probably right! Based on our experiences and past projects, this technique does not make sense if:
If you already have a troublesome monolith, introducing additional operational complexity will make things only worse:
That's why we are here! Our experienced team is here for you - we build your in-house team to prepare you for a journey:
That is a valid point. However, the case of vendor lock-in is one dimensional, but you do not have to rely on our opinion only: