Nowadays, microservices-based applications such as E-Business, E-Healthcare, 3D-Gaming, and Augmented Reality have latterly drawn attention in the research area. The microservices enabled applications are different from traditional monolithic applications with high demand of security and fault detection, therefore, a lightweight secure and failure detection enabled schemes widely required for the new applications. This paper proposes a new lightweight microservices mobile cloud (Mob-Cloud) framework that replaces the heavyweight virtual machine (VM) based on mobile cloud computing (MCC). The study devises MFHE (Modified Fully Homomorphism Encryption) and WATFA (Workload Assignment Transient Fault Aware) schemes to deal with security and failures. Simulation results show that the proposals are practical for the considered problem.