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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Size of independent deployable component 

A distributed microservice ecosystem will take full advantage of currently increasing CI/CD processes for automation. Automating various steps, such as integration, delivery, deployment, unit testing, scaling, and code coverage and then creating a deployable unit makes life easier. If we include too many things in a single microservices container, it will pose some huge challenge, as there are a lot of processes involved, such as installing dependencies, automatic file copying or downloading the source from Git, building, deploying, and then starting up. With increasing complexity in the microservice, the size of the microservice will increase, which soon increases the trouble in managing it. A well-designed ...

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