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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Future of microservices

Along with their pros and cons, microservices are gaining popularity these days. With more and more people using this concept, there can be new problems, new patterns to implement microservices, and new demands from microservices on the table. Those demands and common problems will give the direction or lead the future of microservices.

Increasing the number of microservices in the organization also increases the DevOps work. DevOps has to deal with problems such as lots of deployment pipelines, log handling in a centralized place, monitoring service and server attributes, self-healing script, and so on. With a DevOps mindset, developers have lots to do other than only developing business logic. With an increase in ...

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