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Stop Paying the “Microservice Premium”

A Solution to the Microservice Deployment/Distribution Trade-Off

When evaluating microservices as a candidate architecture, the most important factor to consider is that the end result is a distributed application. Microservices are the components of distributed applications — and distribution is what enables their chief virtue, deployment independence

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Why do so many microservice implementations fail? Is there a less problematic alternative that confers the same benefits? Read on and find out…

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