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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Huh? Doesn't it seem like SOA?

The answer is one word, absolutely! Is there any difference between them? Again, absolutely! Microservice architecture is inspired by SOA. Their architecture seems like SOA, but there are differences that make microservice a more polished and organized version of SOA. In SOA also, problems are broken into services, and typically, they all used SOAP as a messaging language for communication. There are many consumers connected with many services through the service bus. Consumers can invoke any service by sending a message over the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). Like in microservice, in SOA also, these services can be in the same language or a different language. SOA doesn't mention the bounded context of these ...

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