REST in Peace: Microservices vs monoliths in real-life examples

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Full stack engineer, ex-ThoughtWorker, DevOps/┬ÁServices under acronym RDX shares his personal experience with a dozen of microservices consultations he was part.

Author states the execution matters, not the approach and one should not just accept the love/hate propaganda. Picking the right tool for the right job makes things easier.

Bad monoliths try to reinvent the world. They think that code and design patterns are the solution to everything. They strive to build reusable components, libraries, and also become a platform along the way. But they usually don’t end up succeeding at any of these goals.

Some examples of above statement and also bad microservices architecture examples in article.

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