We are one of the leading experts in Europe in the field of open technologies. We use open standards that are based on principles such as Simplicity, Scale Out, Loosely Coupled, Polyglot, Reactive and 0-Downtime.
We are committed to providing efficiency to our clients gained from dynamic technology development, which is why we are working closely with the open source community.
We ensure that our experts are always able to use new technology stacks efficiently based on widely tested frameworks, procedural models, and usage of templates on the basis of practical experience.
We see the efficiency gains that can be achieved with modern technology, and we see that our clients' difficulties in operating in efficiently established system environments in co-existence with modern technologies. We therefore focus on the availability for uses of state-of-the-art technologies and follow architectural principles such as simplicity, scale-out, loosely coupled, multi-lingual, reactive and 0-downtime.
We also take on the challenge of implementing technologies that fulfil the stability requirements of the mainframe but that also comply with the efficiency indicators of open, distributed systems. This requires a mastery of the appropriate methods and tools, and a strict focus on working with experts.
The term “framework” refers to a programming framework used in software engineering, particularly in the context of object-oriented software development and in component-based development approaches. In a more general sense, “framework” refers to certain rules and standards that we follow in our engineering activities, in order to design successful products in a replicable and predictable way.
A software product contains a number of individual characteristics that are put together on the basis of a common platform. In addition, each product contains individual characteristics in the form of configuration or newly developed software. A product line is determined by its variability. In order to derive a product, all the variations are linked together which means they are configured, replaced by product-specific solutions, or omitted entirely.
The aim of software product line development is to reduce software development costs through the reuse of common parts for recurring user stories. To prevent product variation from getting too complex, the application scenarios normally focus on one client user group.