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Practicality Beats Purity - Microservices vs Monoliths

tryexceptpass profile image Cristian Medina Originally published at on ・1 min read

In recent years there’s a growing trend to move away from large all-in-one applications. These “monoliths”, developed with one codebase and delivered as one large system, are hard to maintain. In their place, the industry now favors splitting-off the component systems into individual services. As separate “microservices”, they perform the smallest functions possible grouped into logical units. They are independent deliverables, deployable, replaceable and upgradeable on their own.

Going further into the Practicality Beats Purity series, this article will cover the implications of transitioning to a microservices architecture.

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