Applying a Microservice Architecture to Your Enterprise Application

This chapter is dedicated to describing highly scalable architectures based on small modules called microservices. The microservice architecture allows for fine-grained scaling operations where every single module can be scaled as required without it affecting the remainder of the system. Moreover, they allow for better Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) by permitting every system subpart to evolve and be deployed independently of the others.

In this chapter, we will cover the following topics:

  • What are microservices?
  • When do microservices help?
  • How does .NET deal with microservices?
  • Which tools are needed to manage microservices?

By the end of this chapter, ...

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