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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Dominance of microservice architecture over traditional architecture

John's story

John, a good coding developer, joins a company that deals in stock exchange software. The software provided by this company also gives users recommendation of stocks, which are likely to rise in the near future. It is based on some probability logic. John has done his homework, and the very first day, he suggested a tweak in that probability logic that can improve the prediction of stocks. His suggestion was to change a few lines in the code, and John expected to finish this before lunch. The software of the company was a monolithic application with over 40 modules inside it. It took one whole day's effort from John to clone the code, figure out in which module ...

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