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Microservices are an architectural pattern in computer software design, in which complex software is composed of small, independent processes that act together in order to fulfill a common goal. Microservices are self-contained units of functionality, which are largely decoupled, do a specific (small) task and communicate with each other using technology-agnostic protocols. This allows for a modular software design, leveraging continuous refactoring and releasing.
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Concept - Microservice Deployment (valid to 7.10)|
|Cookbook - Microservice Concurrency Testing||7.8|
|Cookbook - Microservice Deployment (valid to 7.10)||7.8||7.10|
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