The Adaptech team has been building event-centric software longer than most and has the experience, skill and insight to help you build the system that you know is possible. We help companies like yours that are already innovating through their product or business model to gain additional competitive advantage and innovate through software architecture.
Our teams are screened, hired and their code reviewed by Adam and Robert for their abilities in building event-sourced microservices. The job gets done right, the first time.
We can hit the ground running with experienced teams well-versed in our best practices. We can start fast and help you get quick wins.
In working with us, your teams will learn what we know and over time be able to grow their skills and continue the work that we started
Event-driven systems are all around us – Facebook, LinkedIn, Netflix, Uber. Any large real-time system by definition is based on events. These and other complex systems must be easy to build, scale and maintain. Events are also easy to query and analyze for current and future business value – think data, big and small.
Virtually any business process can be modeled in an event-centric way. So, why are these large well-known companies doing things this way? They have learned that it’s the right approach and they’re willing to invest their time and resources to hire and train people to work in this way. If this approach makes sense and you’re considering it or you’re doing it already, we’d be happy to discuss your project.
Adaptech's approach leverages the synergies between Domain-Driven Design, Event-Sourcing and CQRS. These three practices together lead to business-centric software delivered simply and quickly in a scalable, maintainable way.
The Core Principles Behind Our Approach:
Domain-Driven Design (DDD)
An approach to modelling and developing complex software such that the resulting software reflects core concepts of the business... Learn More
This is the approach we use to model complex business flows. It is geared toward projects that leverage Domain Driven Design and... Learn More
An approach in which application state is recorded as a complete series of events based on all of the events that have taken place... Learn More
CQRS is the separation of one object into two. It’s an approach that separates reads from writes and allows them to be scaled and... Learn More