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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Migrating a data model from monolithic to microservices

A typical enterprise application can have three parts: frontend with some HTML, CSS, angular stuff; a server part that handles requests and does some business logic; and a database part that has tables for all the contexts we have in our application. If you need to add one new thing to a database or at server side, even if it is in a tiny and isolated part of the application, you have to deploy the whole application. It tends to cause downtime, which is not very acceptable in today's era.

In these kind of scenarios, microservice comes up with a solution. However, migrating monolith to microservices is not easy and includes lots of decisions and considerations. Here, we are mainly talking ...

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