February 7, 2024

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Krishna Meruliya

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Monolithic architecture embodies a unified application structure housing all functionalities like product listings and checkout. While initially simple to manage and develop, scaling becomes cumbersome. Updating a single feature necessitates revamping the entire structure, hindering innovation and introducing potential chain reactions in case of issues. Microservices architecture, in contrast, compartmentalizes the application into independent services, each responsible for specific tasks. This modularity offers distinct advantages: independent scaling based on demand, faster updates without impacting other functionalities, and enhanced resilience against crashes. However, this flexibility comes at the cost of increased complexity in planning, development, and ongoing management.

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