Microservices Architecture Explained Simply

Microservices are one of the architectural approaches for building distributed software applications. Organizations are adopting Microservice architecture to achieve faster delivery, better resiliency, and higher safety as the scale of their systems increases. Over the past decade, microservices have been used in different forms while they shared some common characteristics.




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