Architecting Distributed Systems – Challenges and Anti-Patterns

In today’s digital landscape, the demand for scalable and reliable systems has led to the widespread adoption of distributed systems. These complex networks of interconnected components are designed to handle large-scale data processing, storage, and communication across multiple machines or nodes. However, architecting distributed systems comes with a unique set of challenges and pitfalls.

Building distributed systems aims to achieve high availability, fault tolerance, and better performance and scalability while distributing the workload across multiple nodes. However, the complexity of these systems often gives rise to various challenges that architects and developers must ...

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