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You are restructuring your application architecture from a monolith to a more modular approach: At the company I work for, we're currently splitting up our monolith solution into a number of small services (SOA). But why still rely on an application server? Many of the services are small, so we'd like to deploy a number of these services on the ...


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Shared data storage would go against the microservice architecture. The point is if there are Accounts, there should be a service to handle them and there should be no other way of interacting with these Account than thorough the service. Your microservices would not be independent if they shared common storage and any change to the storage mechanism, ...


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I was part of a team that successfully built a microservices architecture using a service bus. Initially, we believed that microservices and an event driven architecture would enable us to fix the underlying shared data ball-of-mud database. What we learned was that microservices and an event driven architecture required us to get rid of the underlying ...


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What other really useful Django features would I lose? "Lose" is probably the wrong way to think about it. Never use and just take up space is probably more accurate. It could be argued that Django is too big a framework for what you are describing. Is there any particular reason why you have to use Django? A micro-framework like Flask might fit the ...


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The solution I have is to send an API address along with the client auth token. For example, the client will send something like this: api: http://myWebsite/api/clients/ClientA/someServiceCall I don't think it's a good idea. What you are actually trying to do here is to make separate APIs for separate client types. It will quickly become an ...



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