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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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What to do when the scope is not clear

Until now, we have designed our architectural plan based on scoping microservices, but that was when our requirements were pretty clear. We knew exactly what we had to make. But in most cases, you won't have a similar scenario. You will either be migrating from a monolithic system to microservices or you will be engulfed in constantly changing requirements or business capabilities that are still evolving, or it may be that the complexities of technical capabilities could not be estimated at the primer stage, making it difficult for you to scope the microservices. The following section is for such scenarios where you can perform the following steps:

  1. Dream big and start big: Deciding the scope of microservices ...

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