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Microservices
In a microservices architecture, services are fine-grained and the protocols are lightweight. There is no single definition for microservices. A consensus
Self-contained system (software)
systems are similar to microservices there are differences: A system will usually contain fewer SCS than microservices. Also microservices can communicate with
Service-oriented architecture
Larisa (2016). "Microservices: yesterday, today, and tomorrow". arXiv:1606.04036v1 [cs.SE]. James Lewis and Martin Fowler. "Microservices". Balalaie, A
Twelve-Factor App methodology
Hofmann, Michael; Schnabel, Erin; Stanley, Katherine (13 March 2017). Microservices Best Practices for Java. IBM Redbooks. pp. 2–3. ISBN 9780738442273.
Continuous deployment
In an environment in which data-centric microservices provide the functionality, and where the microservices can have multiple instances, CD consists
Hexagonal architecture (software)
ISBN 0-321-12742-0. OCLC 50292267. Rajesh R. V. (2017). Spring 5.0 microservices : build scalable microservices with Reactive Streams, Spring Boot, Docker, and Mesos
Cloud native computing
public, private, and hybrid clouds". Technologies such as containers, microservices, serverless functions and immutable infrastructure, deployed via declarative
DevOps
it is possible to practice DevOps with any architectural style, the microservices architectural style is becoming the standard for building continuously
Service mesh
facilitating service-to-service communications between services or microservices, using a proxy (often as a sidecar). An example of a popular service
JHipster
application generator used to quickly develop modern web applications and Microservices using Angular or React (JavaScript library) and the Spring Framework