Microservices are a variation of Service-oriented architecture, which are trending these days. This architecture has been embraced by many projects because it’s easy to adopt and work on. Applications these days are becoming more and more complex with the increase in the demand of information. The visualization part of the information is facing a huge shift to new data visualization sources and devices. With new emerging technologies, people expect an application to able to integrate with today’s cyber lifestyle.
Another thing about the applications is that when they grow in size, issues like code-maintenance, bug-fixings and upgradation to new features arises. Sustainability and Scalability of such applications can be efficiently and effectively managed by using microservice architecture.
Microservices rely on a very simple strategy that is to break every complex service into a small, simpler service that is aiming for common functionality. The idea is that services should be granulated and light – so granulated that they can be easily maintained, developed, and tested, and so lightweight that they can be responsive and scale more easily. Thus, we try to break big and monolithic design into small, independent programs which interacts with each other keeping information in sync to carry out the operations.