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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Building a proxy in between to debug our microservices

Microservices are distributed based on business capabilities. From the end-user they may seem a single functionality say for instance: buying a product, but behind the scenes, there are many microservices involved, such as the payment service, add to cart service, shipping service, inventory service, and so on. Now, all of these services should not reside inside a single server. They are spread and distributed as per design and infrastructure. Scenarios occur where two servers collaborate with each other and bad behavior may occur at any level if these services are not monitored. It is a very common problem in microservices, which we are going to solve using http-proxy and tunneling. ...

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