Adaptech Solutions is a leading software consultancy helping companies envision, design and build event-driven systems that reflect the business realities of today while ensuring that they’re easily scalable and maintainable tomorrow.

Our clients range from start-ups who want to build a minimum viable product that will form the basis of their platform or product to innovative enterprises looking to leverage their legacy code while building microservices in a responsible and scalable way.

Business-centric Approach

We model your system with input from key business and technical stakeholders, clarify blocking issues in advance and can build the system with an approach that is technology-agnostic.

About Us


While we're in favour of microservices, it's easy to build a distributed monolith. We help build modular, cohesive systems that are atomic and lightweight for scalable microservice architectures.

Why Events?

Future Best Practices, Today

Members of our team are among leaders advocating practices followed by leading companies that will be industry-standard in the future. Our approach gives you a strategic, competitive advantage.

Our Approach

We are passionate and dedicated technologists

We provide solutions, consulting, outsourcing, training and staffing for organizations that want to excel.

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Designing “Microservices” – Beyond the Hype (8/17/2016) - It's been a busy week at Adaptech. We had a full house for last Wednesday's .NET User Group of BC meetup at the downtown BCIT campus. Thanks again to Medhat for organizing and inviting us. The topic was "microservices". Given the hype level around the term, we wanted to explore which one of the many Read More
Adaptech This Week (8/8/2016) - Lazy, hazy days of Vancouver Summer are upon us, but at Adaptech events just keep on going. Here’s an overview of what’s up this week: We are featured in this week's episode of Vancouver's #1 source of what's happening around town – theVancouver Tech Podcast. Drew and James interviewed Adaptech founder and CTO Adam Dymitruk on Read More
Using Events to Leverage Legacy System Investments (5/3/2016) - How? One option to integrate an event sourced (or other) microservice with existing legacy systems looks like this: Basically, the legacy is made to "talk about what happened". For it to do that, we instrument it so it publishes events. For example, the handler for a "Renew Magazine Subscription" button in the legacy could make Read More

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