Microservices development emerged as an efficient alternative to a traditional monolith architecture. It's scalable, independently versioned, and agile.
In a nutshell, microservices represent the software system broken into modules or services. Each module is relevant to a specific piece of business logic. What's so great about microservices architecture?
Microservices architecture helps bui
With Netflix, Uber, eBay, Wix, and other companies, built with microservices architecture, it’s natural for international companies to aim for the same heights. The question is, what management approach to choose and how to build the workflow. Let’s get one thing straight firstly.
Why go with microservices?
Microservice architecture presumes a combination of many small services where each does
Microservices is a service‑oriented architecture composed of loosely coupled elements that have bounded contexts.
— Adrian Cockcroft
Microservices is a popular type of software architecture for many years now. No surprise. They are praised for they are scalable, well-performing, and sustainable. It would be wrong to say that monolith architecture is dead, simply because it still has the purpo
Describing microservices, we often say that they are easy to test. It’s true because you can divide responsibilities between testers for each service separately and fix the errors in each one, step by step.
Theoretically, testing microservices should be easy. However, multiple Uber security breaches prove that there might be significant roadblocks in security that get overlooked. The thing i
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Just in case the term is new to you and you happened to stumble upon this piece: microservices are a particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services.
This is a response to the numerous meandering articles, like this one, that have spread across the internet, generally claiming that microservices architecture sucks.
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