Microservices are an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of autonomous, loosely coupled services that are modeled around a business domain. Each microservice is focused on doing one thing well.
A microservice is small enough that a single feature team can own it. Small team sizes promote greater agility. Large teams tend be less productive, because communication is slower, management overhead goes up, and agility diminishes.
A team can update an existing microservice without rebuilding and redeploying the entire application, and roll back an update if something goes wrong. In traditional applications, a bug found in one part of the application, can block the entire release.
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