This is the third and final part of our article series on what a real life migration from a monolithic application to a multi- or microservices system can look like.
Everyone wants to leave monoliths behind for new and shiny microservices these days. We have a look at the implications this had for our real-world project and why you would (not) want to go down that road. Part 2 lists the changes that actually happened.
This is the second part of a three-part series. We cover a real-life m
Everyone wants to leave monoliths behind for new and shiny microservices these days. We have a look at the implications this had for our real-world project and why you would (not) want to go down that road.
Microservice architecture is one of the buzzwords that has notably
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