Microservices in Promise and Practice

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 13 Apr 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Are microservices the cure for the ague of monolithic applications, or do they bring their own problems with them that monolithic architectures have circumvented? Are they capable of delivering applications that are easier to maintain and develop? How can they avoid the failings of service-oriented architectures? Once more, Robert Sheldon gets to the heart of the technical issues....

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