Microservice architecture 

As time passes, architectural styles have improved significantly. Various architecture patterns, such as mainframes, client-server, n-tier, and service-oriented architecture (SOA), have been popular at various points in history. However, these architectural were all involved in developing some sort of monolithic application, either directly or indirectly.

As the revolution happened in the technology stack, microservice architecture has come to the fore as a result of improvements in all previous architectures. The aim is to provide agility, reduce the turnaround time for adopting new changes, achieve scalable performance, and take full advantage of modern tools and frameworks.

Microservice architecture breaks an ...

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