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3 reasons centralizing your data is a bad idea

Microservice architectures are a common model for modern applications and systems. They have a specific characteristic of splitting the business responsibility of a large application into distinct, separate components that can be independently developed, managed, operated, and scaled.

Microservice architectures provide an effective model for scaling the application itself, allowing larger and more disjointed development teams to work independently on their parts, while still participating in a large application build.

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In a typical microservice architecture, individual services are created that encompass a specific subset of business logic. When connected with one another, the entire set of microservices forms a complete, large-scale application, containing the complete business logic.

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