The move from a monolithic to microservice architecture increases system infrastructure complexity by several orders of magnitude. Networking, observability, deployment, library management, security, and hundreds of other concerns that were not difficult previously are now major problems that need to be solved.
…f time creating infrastructure in the image of Google is just wasting time. I always tell people to stick with their monolithic architecture and not worry about anything else until human scalability issues (communication, planning, tight coupling, etc.) necessitate a move towards a more decoupled architecture.
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