Interzen aims for excellence and invests in the training of its human resources in the Cloud native and microservices field, to guarantee its customers the highest level of scalability, flexibility and resilience of the ZenShare Suite.

Interzen aims for excellence and invests in the training of its human resources in the Cloud native and microservices field, to guarantee its customers the highest level of scalability, flexibility and resilience of the ZenShare Suite.

 

After the numerous positive feedbacks obtained over the last few years by the ZenShare Suite solutions, it was time to take a further and decisive step forward in the process of improving the services offered to customers, investing in high-level training in the Cloud native field.

Thanks to the partnership between Interzen Consulting and Microsoft, the training was provided by Pipeline, Microsoft partner of reference and undisputed leader in the field of IT training. An important investment in human resources made by Interzen that represents an important step forward in terms of efficiency and innovation, together with the decision to switch to Cloud Microservices on Microsoft Azure.

The training path undertaken with Pipeline, interesting, intense and lasted six months, involved all the internal resources of Interzen, providing them with the necessary tools for a crucial transition: the one that allowed them to move from a ‘classic development philosophy’ for the so called ‘monolith applications’, to an infrastructure conceived and based on microservices,therefore able to guarantee maximum levels of scalability, flexibility and resilience in performance.

What is a microservice technology?
It is essentially a single software application broken down into a certain number of independent and interconnected services, which is why it is characterized by an extremely greater flexibility than in the past.

What are the advantages?

– Greater scalability and flexibility: the architecture can extend and grow as business needs increase.

– Greater resilience: a problem related to one of the services has a very limited impact on the rest of the application. The total independence allows to circumscribe any anomalies and to avoid disservices related to the malfunctioning of the entire application.

– Time-to-market reduction: the interventions on the applications are faster, the changes are limited to the single services and therefore also the times of marketing and updating of the product are drastically reduced.

– Rationalization of resources: this approach makes it possible to centralize the functions and create monitorable and easily maintainable architectures.

– Continuous delivery and testing processes: the application code is continuously developed, tested and distributed, ensuring continuous and fast maintenance.

Conceiving the ZenShare Suite infrastructure for microservices has laid the foundations to make a mighty leap forward on the road to excellence, not only from a technological point of view but also and above all for the higher level of service that Interzen will be able to offer its customers.

Pipeline has dedicated to this important and significant training experience undertaken with Interzen Consulting, an interesting case study with a direct testimony of our President and CEO Carlo Guarino.

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