Key aspects of Reactive Microservices

There are some key aspects of the reactive principles applied to microservices. Although these should be part of microservices in general, but they are more highlighted in the context of reactive microservices to do away with the prior pitfalls we had with SOA frameworks and technologies.

  • Isolation: Isolation between microservices is to limit them as if each is running in its own sandbox process. These microservices should be isolated not just between various microservices, but also between the multiple instances of the same microservice as well. The isolation should be failure protective in the sense that failure in one service should not affect the processing of another instance or other running microservices, ...

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