Microservices are becoming increasingly popular due to the many advantages they offer.
Microservices can be used for a variety of purposes, such as developing new features or scaling an application. They are also advantageous for creating modular applications. Microservices are often used in conjunction with containers, which allow you to package and run your services in isolation. Containers make it easy to deploy your services to different environments.
Advantages of Microservices
- Microservices are self-contained, independent deployment module.
- The cost of scaling is comparatively less than the monolithic architecture.
- Microservices are independently manageable services. It can enable more and more services as the need arises. It minimizes the impact on existing service.
- It is possible to change or upgrade each service individually rather than upgrading in the entire application.
- Easier Maintenance and Updating.
- Microservices enable a DevOps culture.
- Microservices increase application and data security
- Microservices can be a cost-effective architecture for deploying enterprise applications.
- Faster Time to Market.
- Less dependency and easy to test.
- Dynamic scaling.
- Faster release cycle.