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Cloud Native Architectures by Piyum Zonooz, Erik Farr, Kamal Arora, Tom Laszewski

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Container anti patterns

In the world of cloud computing, containers are not only a popular way to achieve cloud native architectures, but they are quickly becoming the standard with which to design microservices. However, there are some use cases where containers are not always suited, specifically using containers for multiple concerns. The concept of concerns, or focus areas of a component, is that each module or class should have responsibility over a single part of the functionality. In the case of containers, multiple concerns would mean having a web server and database running in the same container. Following the services approach, breaking down monoliths into discrete components will ensure the applications have a lower blast radius ...

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