The Pros and Cons of Microservices vs. Monolithic Architecture

The digital age has given rise to a vast array of software architecture patterns. Two of the most debated structures are microservices and monolithic architectures. While both have their merits, each also has its own set of drawbacks. If you’re a software architect, CTO, or any stakeholder in the IT industry, understanding these patterns can greatly influence the efficiency, scalability, and long-term success of your applications. Let’s embark on a journey to dissect these architectures and weigh their pros and cons.

DropIt – A Shopify “Reverse” Auction Plugin

The “DropIt” project aimed to develop a Shopify auction plugin, introducing the innovative concept of a reverse auction. This unique approach initiated a product at a higher price, gradually decreasing it over a minute. The participant who placed a bid at a specific price first would secure the product. The development of this groundbreaking auction plugin involved leveraging the Rust programming language to enhance the system’s performance and reliability.


We dedicated the following team for our Enterprise banking partner:
-3 senior NestJS/NodeJS backend developers experienced with microservice architecture
-1 senior Project Manager
-2 Product Owners
-1 devOps engineer