Talking About Microservices Architecture

The traditional architecture for applications was a huge monolith that encompassed all its business activities and, later on, upgrades and changes. The result was an intertwined muck of a design, which saw outages and problems resulting from conflicting changes as developers stepped over each other’s toes. As a consequence, applications became less reliable and organizations lost business and money. Then came microservices architecture, which acted as the answer to how to deal with this complexity.

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