Database Design

Putting together a database is not a process to be taken lightly. It needs to be designed properly to ensure that your data is accurately and consistently accessed and updated. Without a proper design, you will pay the price for your haste for the life of the database and its data.

wwi Dev offers database design services for all types of applications including mobile.

Database-driven solutions are the only way to effectively manage and analyze your business. Well-designed databases provide flexibility of data retrieval, storage and manipulation processes and can serve a variety of programs and reporting engines.

Our database developer team has thousands of hours behind computer screens creating solutions for clients. If you can think it, we can design, develop, and manage it!

Our in-house full stack backend developers are experienced in all stages of software development and have touched everything from front end to backend development.

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

At wwi Dev we provide turnkey key SOA solutions. All applications today require a server side backend to process and manage data.

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an approach used to create an architecture based upon the use of services. Services (such as RESTful Web services) carry out some small function, such as producing data, validating a customer, or providing simple analytical services.

In addition to building and exposing services, SOA has the ability to leverage these services over and over again within applications (known as composite applications). SOA binds these services to orchestration, or individually leverages these services. Thus, SOA is really about fixing existing architectures by addressing most of the major systems as services, and abstracting those services into a single domain where they are formed into solutions.

Our SOA has been PEN tested and can be deployed, in production within a week.

Simple in concept, SOA is also a best practice to fix broken architectures. With the wide use of standards such as Web services, SOA is being promoted as the best way to bring architectural agility to your enterprise, that is, if you do SOA correctly. The problem has been that the ways that enterprises leverage SOA as an architectural pattern varies greatly from enterprise-to-enterprise. Thus, the ROI from moving to SOA has ranged from great successes, to outright failures.