Recently I came across "Almost Sorted" problem in hacker rank. This problem is really fascinating as it teaches you to handle a lot of edge cases and variables at the same time. So, I thought of writing an article on this one. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed solving it.
In this pandemic, I got in touch with many undergraduates and I found a common pattern. They all seemed confuse, usually spread all over the place. On top of that, they are running after the wrong stuff. In this article I will try to address this problem.
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.
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.