The ability to deploy independently is one of the most important aspects of Microservices. Deploy services in such isolation that other services in the network won't even notice that something has changed.
Undirected graphs are the bread and butter of today's modern technology. Everything from Google map to advance genetics technologies depends heavily on the use of Graphs. I know you would want to know all about the graph, so for that I have written a comprehensive article explaining you all about the graphs, their usage, significance, implementation and a lot more. Do read and let me know your thoughts on the same.
Every enterprise has its own principles. Principles that takes it towards the goals. Principles that give birth to practices which are the underlying foundation for all the implementation. Similarly, Microservices has its own set of principles that helps its implementer to make the correct decision when given multiple options to choose from. Principles are like […]
Automation is very important in the world of microservices. Since there are multiple services that have their own lifecycle and interdependencies. It is much more important to automate the entire pipeline of integration and deployment.
Coloured logs are very helpful especially when you are going to deploy your application in production. The moment when the live traffic is shifted to your servers and you sit there eagerly watching the logs roll off in speed, only one thing in your mind that no warnings and errors should go by unnoticed. This is the best situation where colors play an important role.