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3. Inter-Service Communication

Kasun Indrasiri1  and Prabath Siriwardena1
(1)
San Jose, CA, USA
 

In the microservices architecture, services are autonomous and communicate over the network to cater a business use case. A collection of such services forms a system and the consumers often interact with those systems. Therefore, a microservices-based application can be considered a distributed system running multiple services on different network locations. A given service runs on its own process. So microservices interact using inter-process or inter-service communication styles.

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