- Hybrid cloud is transforming enterprise infrastructure and driving investment decisions, including around the development of microservices.
- The microservices architecture market is expected to reach US$21.6 billion by 2030, driven by the need for digital transformation, the shift to microservices infrastructure and the growing prominence of artificial intelligence.
- Adisyn, an Australian technology company specializing in microservices powered by AI, is positioned to become the only ASX-listed company focused primarily on the design and delivery of vertically integrated end-to-end microservices.
- A world-class cloud and managed service provider, Adisyn is leveraging a state-of-the-art data center to provide next-gen microservices architecture powered by artificial intelligence.
- Adisyn is in the process of selling its non-core infrastructure to D Comm Infrastructure, a subsidiary of D Comm Ventures. This sale is expected to generate roughly $3 million in cash.
- The company’s ISO-27001 certification ensures that all its services are protected with industry-leading cybersecurity standards.
- Adisyn's growth strategy will focus on strategic mergers and acquisitions that align with its goals to:
- Expand its intellectual property, technology and expertise
- Improve customer experiences and offer new services
- Acquire new clients
- Improve efficiency and reduce operational costs
- Expand its geographic reach across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region
- The company's December 2022 acquisition of managed service provider Attained fits well with its new business strategy, which prioritizes direct and collaborative client relationships.
The world of business technology has evolved. Driven by the shift towards distributed work and cloud application delivery, enterprise infrastructure is undergoing a transformation. Legacy infrastructure is rapidly giving way to hybrid cloud data center models, and businesses are increasingly embracing cloud microservices in lieu of monolithic software platforms.
For the uninitiated, microservices represent a unique approach to application development and design. Rather than being inextricable parts of a unified whole, microservices architecture reimagines an application's various functions as a collection of independent, loosely-coupled services supported by application programming interfaces — definitions and protocols through which software components can communicate with one another.
Owing to their agility, flexibility and ease of deployment, microservices are quickly eclipsing monolithic applications. As a result, the microservices architecture market is projected to reach US$21.61 billion by 2030 at a compounded annual growth rate of 18.6 percent.
Adisyn Ltd. (ASX:AI1) intends to take full advantage of this growth, leveraging its team of experienced technology specialists and engineers. Originally offering a suite of vertically integrated services covering every aspect of data center and cloud technologies, the company has pivoted its business strategy, focusing on the development of advanced, AI-powered microservices.
Through strategic acquisitions and the sale of non-core infrastructure, Adisyn will allow customers to capitalize on a fast-evolving market and access advanced software and IT capabilities — all without the need for in-house developers. With a fully configurable platform, the company also empowers customers to build their ideal software solutions.
Adisyn has charted out an extensive growth strategy consisting of multiple phases. The first phase, completed in 2022, included its ASX listing, the establishment and design accreditation of its advanced Tier III Bibra Lake Data Centre, and ISO 27001 certification for data security. The company is currently in its second phase, expected to conclude in 2025.