© Kasun Indrasiri and Prabath Siriwardena 2018
Kasun Indrasiri and Prabath SiriwardenaMicroservices for the Enterprisehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3858-5_9

9. Service Mesh

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

In Chapter 7, “Integrating Microservices,” we discussed that microservices have to communicate with each other and inter-service communication is one of the key challenges in realizing the microservices architecture. In the conventional Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), the centralized Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) facilitated most of the inter-service communication requirements and with the shift to the smart endpoints and dumb pipes with Microservices architecture, now the service developers have to take ...

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