Microservice Architecture has cracked up in the last couple of years; this is the best practice to outline any software application as independent, adaptable, deployable application for SOA (service-oriented architecture). Services in a Microservice Architecture (MSA) are processes that interact with each other over a network in order to accomplish a goal.
There are specific standard attributes around an organization like business ability, automated deployment, intelligence in the endpoints, and decentralized power of languages and data. In MSA, services will be classified in different smaller services to enhance the cohesion and decrease the coupling.
This makes it easier to change and add/ update functions and qualities to the system at any time; It also allows the architecture of an individual service to appear through ceaseless refactoring and hence reduces the need for a big up-front design and allows for delivering software early and continuously.
There is no language dependency; you can combine your individual set of codes using services and you can use it in a solitary app.
Let’s take an example of travel industry software; you have been developing various applications for various purposes (ie. Hotel Booking, Airline Booking, Package Booking, Cab Booking etc) in different programming languages.
All works well separately and now you consider building a single application which contains all the features in a single app; it will require lots of resources, time, money and development efforts. In such case, you can let this app be hosted separately where an independent application connects all other applications using APIs. Each module / service will be deployed separately which will later communicate with an independent app.
Let’s have a look at the below architecture:
Brief on how this architecture works:
As there is more than one programming language, there are many terms to illustrate similar ideas used by different top .net MVC developers. So to understand the brief overview of microservices here, it will help to have at least a fundamental grip of the following concepts:
MSA utilizes services to factorize and is normally organized around business abilities; concentrates on products instead of projects; has sharp end points but not-so-sharp info flow mechanisms; utilizes localized governance as well as localized data management; is intended to provide service interruptions; and, last but not least, is an evolutionary model.
We 9series, as an organization has developed B2B travel solutions for hotel booking, flight booking, package booking and cab booking in various technologies ie. ASP.Net and PHP and also elaborated features of all portals in a single portal using AngularJS and html for front end development and .Net(MVC) to develop APIs for one of our esteemed client.