Alexander Hamilton Explains Microservices: The API Papers

The distribution of applications into distinct microservices is a means by which the excellences of the app economy may be retained and its imperfections avoided.


Software architecture, like government, is a constant battle between the passions of liberty and the need to control those passions for the sake of the greater whole. The regular distribution of applications into distinct microservices is a means―and powerful means―by which the excellences of the application economy may be retained and its imperfections lessened or avoided. Microservice architecture is a revolution in software development, as organizations embrace continual change in the digital economy. 

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