Bounded contexts in domain-driven designs

Domain-driven design (DDD) is a popular design pattern that we can use to internally design microservices. Domain-driven design typically targets complex applications that are likely to grow exponentially over time. If your monolithic application was already designed via DDD, migrating to microservices architecture will be straightforward. Otherwise, if you are expecting the new microservices to grow in scope and complexity, then considering DDD may be a good idea.

Domain-driven design is a massive topic. The wikipedia article can be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain-driven_design. However, for the purpose of this section, we will cover some brief concepts that can help us obtain practical ...

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