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Microservices in .NET Core: with examples in Nancy by Christian Horsdal Gammelgaard

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Chapter 5. Data ownership and data storage

This chapter covers

  • Exploring microservices and their data stores
  • Understanding how data ownership follows business capabilities
  • Using data replication for speed and robustness
  • Building read models from event feeds with event subscribers
  • Understanding how microservices store data

Software systems create, use, and transform data. Without the data, most software systems wouldn’t be worth much, and that’s true for microservice systems. In this chapter, you’ll learn where a piece of data should be stored and which microservice should be responsible for keeping it up to date. Furthermore, you’ll learn how you can use data replication to make your microservice system both more robust and faster. ...

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