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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Elastic scalable

This is usually used to reference a system's capability to handle varying loads by increasing or decreasing the number of resources utilized in time. Reactive systems should be able to react to a point-in-time load and take actions on the available resources accordingly to provide a cost-effective solution, that is, or scaling down when resources are not required, scaling up but only to that percentage of resources that is needed in order to keep the cost of infrastructure under a preset value. The system should be able to shard or replicate components and distribute inputs among them. A system should have the ability to spawn new instances for downstream and upstream services for client service requests as and when needed. ...

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