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Microservices architectures – Thoughts from a SOA perspective

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Thoughts by: Sven Bernhardt, Richard Attemeyer, Torsten Winterberg, Stefan Kühnlein, Stefan Scheidt


A frequently discussed topic these days is the Micorservices architectural paradigm. Discussions on various internet blogs and forums are showing the trend that proponents of this approach are not tired of emphasizing why Microservices are different to a holistic SOA approach, when dealing with breaking up or avoiding monolithic software architectures.

For this reason it’s time for the Cattle Crew team, to take a closer look on this arising architectural style and the corresponding discussions from a different perspective.

Microservices Architectures

Amongst others Martin Fowler published a blog about what is characteristic for Microservices and applications build on the foundation of this architectural style [1].  According to this and other blog posts (see also [2], [3]), the goal of a Microservices approach is to avoid software systems to become monolithic, inflexible and hardly manageable…

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