Micro Services

 Micro services is an architectural design for building a distributed application using containers.

 Micro services  get their name because each function of the application operates as an independent service. This architecture allows for each service to scale or update without disrupting other services in the application. A   micro services framework creates a massively scalable and distributed system, which avoids the bottlenecks of a central database and improves business capabilities, such as enabling continuous delivery/deployment applications and modernizing the technology stack.

Microservices architecture treats each function of an application as an independent service that can be altered, updated or taken down without affecting the rest of the application.

The architecture was designed to solve this problem. All services are created individually and deployed separately from one another. This architectural style allows for scaling services based on specific business needs. Services can also be rapidly changed without affecting other parts of the application. Continuous delivery is one of the many advantages of microservices.

Microservices architecture has the following attributes:

  • Application is broken into modular, loosely coupled components
  • Application can be distributed across clouds and data centers
  • Adding new features only requires those individual microservices to be updated
  • Network services must be software-defined and run as a fabric for each microservice to connect to

Microservice architecture, or simply microservices, is a distinctive method of developing software systems that tries to focus on building single-function modules with well-defined interfaces and operations. The trend has grown popular in recent years as Enterprises look to become more Agile and move towards a Develops and continuous testing.

Microservices are a modern approach to software whereby application code is delivered in small, manageable pieces, independent of others.

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