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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Number of microservices in a container 

Containerizing your microservice is one of the most recommended ways for deploying microservices. Containers provide agility in your system and it streamlines the development and testing experience. Containers are portable across any infrastructure and can be easily deployed on AWS too. Deciding on the number of microservices that a container can contain is vital and is dependent upon various factors such as container capacity, memory, selective scaling, resource requirements, traffic volume per service, and so on. Based on these facts, we can decide whether deployments can be brought together or not. Even if services are brought together, it has to be ensured that these services are run independently ...

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