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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Circuit breaker pattern 

We already saw this pattern in Chapter 1Debunking Microservices. Let's quickly recall that. Whenever we have a circuit breaker installed and a remote service is being called, the circuit breaker monitors the call. If calls are taking too long, the circuit breaker will kill the call and make the circuit open, making it impossible to allow any further calls. This is the concept of fail fast, recover fast.

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