Monitor all your services in one place to give you
the best idea of what is going on in your data center.
and Extensible API
Discover, register, and resolve services to manage application workloads across different cloud platforms. Add or remove services automatically in response to the insights derived from health checking. Regulate and monitor the services for an entire region or for a cluster over a single platform.
Middleware is not just a service discovery platform, but it can take action to scale your application
Middleware’s Auto Scaler empowers your application to scale by creating or removing virtual machines depending on the traffic and workload. As a result, it manages high performance and optimum usage of services.
Maintain application health and wellness by real-time testing with Middleware. It performs routine checkups and deploys new machines and resources in case it encounters any failure or errors to maintain uptime.
Middleware offers a highly functional API that allows users to integrate the product with any framework and environment. It allows flexibility and interoperability of our services without any technological affiliations. Equipped with requisite documentation, the enterprise-ready API will allow you to scale dynamically.
Middleware Service Discovery collects data from multiple datacenters across various geographies and deploys new machines at any data center to decouple dependency on cloud service provider, location, and performance.
Learn step by step guide to start setting up and configure service discovery at your application
Middleware offers highly detailed reports analyzing the existing infrastructure and supporting resources like CPU, RAM, network bandwidth, etc., based on machine health and workload requirements.
Middleware’s AI-based load balancer maintains the speed, scalability, and security of your application in real-time.
Our no-code automated containerization system is a fitting competition to the likes of Kubernetes.
Create and delete virtual machines automatically to match with the load experienced.