Queensland’s Department of Transport and Key Streets (TMR) has stood up a new platform from world-wide computer software firm Thoughtworks to adopt a microservices architecture.
The microservices and occasion pushed architecture (MEDA) platform was founded in excess of the past six months under a new strategic electronic partnership in between the pair.
TMR’s IT department selected Thoughtworks as a husband or wife under its electronic and technology husband or wife standing provide arrangement in December 2020.
Thoughtworks said the MEDA platform is a collection of instruments and procedures that will permit TMR to “rapidly build versatile business enterprise remedies next typical patterns”.
“Microservies allows TMR to carry on to acquire and commit in shopper-oriented remedies a lot quicker and additional price tag effectively,” it said.
TMR government director of business enterprise Lance Oswald said the benefits of the partnership are twofold, allowing for both equally the delivery of a new platform and the transfer of awareness.
“What worked perfectly for us during this approach was not only the capacity to produce a technical end result but also the capacity to transfer awareness from a vendor husband or wife to our internal teams,” he said.
Oswald additional that this comes at a time when TMR is beginning to “transition to new techniques of working”.
Thoughtworks ANZ handling director Kristan Vingrys said the partnership is “a legitimate testament to how critical it is for business enterprise throughout all industries to have a powerful platform for innovation”.
“We appear ahead to creating on our achievement with TMR’s MEDA platform, harnessing this partnership and functioning with our expert teams to support move the division toward a additional agile and transformational electronic framework,” he said