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10 Fundamental Microservices Design Principles

We all know the benefits of migrating existing applications to a Microservices architecture. The majority of applications today are built on microservices. However, there are numerous challenges developers, designers, and architects are still facing. These problems are usually centered around scalability, performance, and deployment. 

It’s best to follow certain principles as guidelines while designing an application. These principles include defining the scope of service and maintain data autonomy, patterns to use to maximize network traffic performance, designing for failure, and many more. Check out our infographic down below for the 10 fundamental Microservices design principles. 

10 Fundamental Microservices Design Principles

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