Development

Guaranteeing high availability even under heavy loads

Development

Modern web development not only requires a command of display elements such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc., but also presenting of content optimized by server-side analysis of click and search behavior as part of the targeted maximization of conversion.

Quick response time achieved by using, among other things, cascading caching, lean HTML and CSS, and the right choice of server technology, are at least as important as usability across a wide range of end devices.
In order to meet the ever-growing demands of the market, scalable and expandable modular solutions are needed. These must be able to draw on both individual as well as on standard and established PHP and JavaScript frameworks.

The distribution and outsourcing of application segments to the client application and the guarantee of high availability even under heavy loads are components of architecture design. These draw on both classic models, such as relational databases, as well as other approaches, such as real-time search and analysis systems, NoSQL databases, reverse proxies and distributable servers. The interface between external and heterogeneous servers and API services in a non-local topology can be realized along with provision of RESTful and SOAP services.