Control over how data moves and affects businesses in an increasingly distributed everyday life is crucial to how businesses will succeed in the future. In an ever-changing everyday life, it becomes critically important to deal with and understand everything that is happening in real time. Quarterly reports referring to historical data is not sufficient in today’s rapid changing business environment.
The Event-Driven Architecture approach was crucial to Wilhelmsen's choice of Dolittle as a development partner. Dolittle's platform made it possible to develop the service as narrowly as possible, without imposing restrictions on further development.
A vast amount of the large monolithic business applications or codebases that represent the current norm, lack support for continuous innovation on a global scale (highly essential in digital business). The alternative is a relatively new contender: constellations of leaner, independently functioning codebases, popularly known as microservices.