on 3/19/2014 12:13 PM
Taking the opportunity to define Microservices, not in terms of what they are not, but in terms of what they are. This is my definition. Definition: A Microservice is a discrete, isolated, and named piece of logic that consumes 0…N inputs and produces 0…N outputs and which is executed for the benefit of an invoker—it is performed as a service. Discrete The reason for calling it a Microservice instead of a Service is not because it has N lines of code where N is a small number, or that the size of the [...]
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