The easiest way to build Applications –
As you know, this architecture works on the concept of simplicity. Any application is easy to build, run and maintain when it is split into smaller components. It is too hard to analyze and manage complex and lengthy code. When codes are divided into small parts, it becomes less painful to regenerate code, edit and adopt other programming languages and databases.
Better Fault Detection –
Applications are all about codes, programming languages, functions and bugs. The task of bug detection is not easy at all. Things get more difficult in complex architecture like monolithic, where all the components are closely interconnected and dependent on others. But in a microservice architecture, codes are smaller in comparison, thus makes an easy error or fault detection. This architecture also allows easy recording. Moreover, failure of one service does not impact on entire application or other parts of the application.
Flexible and improved stability –
Monolithic architecture has some limitations, and one of them is its flexibility and scalability. Edit, update, remove or add are the typical terms in such architecture, and these terms can disturb the whole code results failure, or big bug occur. In contrast, microservicebased architectures are most relevant to customer demands with time. As customer demands increase, one needs to upgrade or divert more resources to the microservice to meet the requirements.
So if you are still using monolithic-based architecture, you are limited and behind your competitors. Give a try at microservicebased architectures; the journey from Monolithic to Microservices will enhance and accelerate you digitally.