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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Transformation and orchestration

We have divided our microservices well into single responsibility principle; however, in order to achieve a business capability, we often require a combination of microservices. For example, a person buying a product is a mixture of payment microservice, inventory microservice, shipping microservice, and checkout microservice. Just like a Linux pipe which combines various commands, we need a similar orchestrator solution. This is essential for the consumers as it is an absolute nightmare to call every fine-grained service individually. Consider an example for our shopping cart microservices. We have the following two microservices:

  • Audience targeting: These microservices take in user information and return ...

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