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Micro Service Architecture (Pros and Cons)

 
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I just got the task to work on Micro Service Architecture from my Company. I am totally new to this although from a little R and D what I found is Micro Services are nothing but the independent or loosely coupled small services and build together to form a better system. I don't wan't to miss the chance to get answer from the author of the "Building Microservices" ie; Sam Newman wherefore I am posting this. Expecting a reply from the masters of micro service architecture that will help me learning more about it and let me build few services at work.

Thanks in advance.
 
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