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Aleksandra

Monolithic vs. Microservices Architecture: Which is Right for Your App

Reported by Aleksandra | January 31st, 2019 @ 01:24 PM

Two major types of software architecture are monolithic and microservices. The last one has become extremely popular in recent years. While monoliths are still there and programmers work with them as well. That is why the question “monolithic vs. microservices architecture” is still actual when we talk about app development.

Here https://mlsdev.com/blog/128-microservices-vs-monoliths-how-to-under... you will find out which architecture is better for your project. Microservices and monoliths will be reviewed from the business and technical perspectives, you will learn about their pros and cons, and you will see the microservice application that works on Ruby.

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  • Daniel Dan

    Daniel Dan May 4th, 2020 @ 12:22 PM

    Hi
    Thanks for sharing your knowledges.

    You can also check our blog and maybe you will find useful information for your business. We are a custom software development company.

    Good luck!

  • Maryna

    Maryna March 25th, 2021 @ 03:37 AM

    When you want to start the new project development, there is always a question of what architecture to choose. There are two possible variants: monolithic architecture that is considered traditional and microservices. Learn more about the advantages of microservices here.

  • Chante89

    Chante89 April 7th, 2021 @ 08:04 AM

    If you want to develop your business, I can offer help from developers from this site. When I created an application with their help, I still work with them!

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