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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Microservices as PaaS

Microservice as PaaS can be another future direction. Microservices will be delivered as Platform as a service (PaaS). With containers such as packer or Docker in place, this also seems to be feasible. In this scenario, microservice will be shipping with frameworks that do most of the monitoring, logging, and registering a service mechanism, common library, load balancing, versioning, and similar kind of features in itself. Containers are in place leading microservices in somewhat of the same direction. They can be seen as a framework, coming with all the monitoring, logging and so on already in themselves. Developers have to worry less about for all that stuff.

As containers become more mature and cloud components evolve, ...

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