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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Creating an Effective Data Model

The software industry is rapidly changing. Rules, dimensions, and laws are changing daily. To gain more knowledge about the industry, you need to reiterate fast, build, get feedback, improve, and so on. Moving at this pace in a monolithic environment will make things more complicated. Microservices makes this path smooth. Going by the microservice architecture and breaking big problems into smaller ones can lead us to distributed components. Working in a distribution or scalability area always challenges the traditional ways of doing things. The ripple effect of distributed architecture can be seen on the database also. The traditional data model can't be applied to distributed architecture. Another challenge ...

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