Chapter 1. Breaking into Microservices Architecture

The architecture of server-side application development for complex and large applications (applications with huge number of users and large volume of data) shouldn't just involve faster response and providing web services for wide variety of platforms. It should be easy to scale, upgrade, update, test, and deploy. It should also be highly available, allowing the developers write components of the server-side application in different programming languages and use different databases. Therefore, this leads the developers who build large and complex applications to switch from the common monolithic architecture to microservices architecture that allows us to do all this easily. As microservices ...

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