A leading IoT device network recognized a need to transition away from its legacy monolith architecture to a more flexible microservices-based system and selected Micronaut to achieve speed and scale.
Speed and accuracy are the key benchmarks consumers assess when selecting a home automation platform.
SmartThings, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, provides consumers at-home IoT experiences through a range of sensors, smart devices, and digital apps. To better serve its growing customer base, the company recognized a need to transition from its monolithic architecture to a lightweight microservices system.
After attempting to build a scalable solution using Ratpack, SmartThings’ technical leadership turned to Micronaut, an open source JVM framework specifically designed for building scalable, highly performant microservices and serverless applications.
Read the full case study to see how the new Micronaut Framework fulfilled all of SmartThings' requirements, including:
- A smooth learning curve ✔
- Robust, extensible framework that enables speed and scalability ✔
- Easy-to-test code ✔