Travel booking giant reduces deployment and update failures by 95% using a Self-healing Microservices Architecture
A US market leader in the travel and tourism booking industry reduces deployment and update failures by 95% using a self-healing Microservices Architecture. The case study records how a travel booking entity in the US could solve connectivity issues and reduce resource consumption. The self-healing Microservices architecture designed by Payoda helped the firm circumvent the challenges of a traditional Microservices architecture deployed on the cloud.
The objectives of the client were to reduce:
- Connectivity issues in the existing framework
- Resource consumption
- Deployment and update failures
The implemented solution reduced update and deployment failures by 95% and optimized customer serviceability for the client organization.