Microservice architecture is a popular software design pattern that involves dividing a large application into smaller, independent services that can be developed, deployed, and scaled autonomously. Each microservice is responsible for a specific function within the larger application and communicates with other services via well-defined interfaces, often leveraging lightweight communication protocols such as REST or message queues.
Advantages of Microservice Architecture
Microservice architecture provides several advantages. Here are some benefits of using microservices: