What is MicroServices in .Net
In the previous articles, I have explained basic web service in asp.net and wcf basics. Now, in this article I will explain something about .Net Microservices framework.
What is Micro Services?
Microservices is an architectural style in which complex applications are composed of small, independent processes communicating with each other using language-agnostic APIs. "A micro service is an isolated, loosely-coupled unit that works on a single concern."
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- Runs in its own separate process.
- Can be deployed on its own, independently of the other micro services.
- Has its own dedicated data store.
- Collaborates with other micro services to complete its own action.
Note: A micro service does not need to be written in the same programming language (C#, Java etc.) or for the same platform (IIS, Apache) as one it collaborates with.
Microservice Architecture Asp.Net
The term microservices can also used to describe an architectural style for a whole system consisting of many microservices.
- Microservices as an architectural style is a lightweight form of Service Oriented architecture where the services are very tightly focused on doing one thing each and doing it well.
- A system with a microservices architecture is a distributed system with a (probably large) number of collaborating microservices.
- Microservices offer a number of potential benefits over both more traditional service oriented approaches and monolithic architectures.
- Microservices – when done well – are flexible and scalable, and they allow a short lead time from the start of implementation to deployment in production.
- A microservice is responsible for one single capability
- A microservice is individually deployable
- A microservice should run in separate process
- A microservice owns its own data store
- A small team can maintain a handful of microservices
- A microservice is replaceable.
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