Microservice

Microservice architecture

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 DevOps and continuous testing.

The central idea behind microservices is that some types of applications become easier to build and maintain when they are broken down into smaller, composable pieces which work together. Each component is continuously developed and separately maintained, and the application is then simply the sum of its constituent components. This is in contrast to a traditional, “monolithic” application which is all developed all in one piece.

 

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Characteristics of Microservices

Microservices architectures are distributed systems with decentralized data management. They don’t rely on a unifying schema in a central database.

Decentralized

Microservices architectures are distributed systems with decentralized data management. They don’t rely on a unifying schema in a central database.
Different components in a microservices architecture can be changed, upgraded, or replaced independently without affecting the functioning of other components.

Independent

Different components in a microservices architecture can be changed, upgraded, or replaced independently without affecting the functioning of other components.
Individual microservice components are designed as black boxes, that is, they hide the details of their complexity from other components.

You build it; you run it

Individual microservice components are designed as black boxes, that is, they hide the details of their complexity from other components.

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Make sure to have a lightweight, dynamic container. Typical J2EE application servers are too cumbersome and heavy, presenting too little value for today’s applications.

Lightweight containers

Make sure to have a lightweight, dynamic container. Typical J2EE application servers are too cumbersome and heavy, presenting too little value for today’s applications.
The platform itself should never force a particular programming model, style or language. Instead it should be language-agnostic and deliver multichannel.

Polyglot environment

The platform itself should never force a particular programming model, style or language. Instead it should be language-agnostic and deliver multichannel.
The platform itself should provide capabilities for certificate management, support for different styles of credentials  and authorization leveraging a role-based access control model.

Security

The platform itself should provide capabilities for certificate management, support for different styles of credentials and authorization leveraging a role-based access control model.

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