If you’ve never used a microservices architecture before, it takes a different way of thinking. Many developers start application design by starting with the database layout.

They create a whole slew of tables, including complicated join tables.

Then they build application logic on top of the database.

Finally, they put the user experience on top of the application logic. Like a three-layer cake, this approach to building applications can work well—at first.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

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