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« on: November 09, 2017, 11:03:11 pm »

Hi,

The notion of services is symbiotic with cloud computing because it tends to generate higher levels of componentization of applications, resulting in better agility and the flexibility to replicate or replace failed elements. It seems logical to assume that microservices would be even better, but application architects and planners have to beware of differences in the meaning of the term popular in modern usage. They also need to understand the costs and benefits tradeoff of microservice structures, and be able to converge the two primary meanings of the term into a single development practice through the "strip mall" pattern.


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