Microservices are nothing more than an architecture and organisation approach for the development of software and applications. The software in question is formed by small independent services that communicate through well-defined APIs. Therefore, they are self-sufficient services.
Each service can scale independently to meet the demand of the application resource. Increases scaling and cost accuracy while maintaining availability at all times.
Increased resilience against failure. Applications can face total service failure with degraded functionality, without the need to have the entire application disrupted.
orchestration of small autonomous teams solely responsible for their own services. Acting in smaller circumstances, with autonomy, makes development cycles more agile.
Because they are reduced modules, it is possible for teams to use services for a variety of purposes. Applications can be reused by creating resources without the need to write code.
Teams free to decide which is the best tool to deal with specific problems. Possibility to choose what is most suitable for each type of function.
Possibility of continuous integration and delivery. Viable to experiment with new ideas without major problems in case they don't work out. Low cost, high level of experimentation for innovation.
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