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It makes it easy to use the Saga pattern to manage transactions and the CQRS pattern to implement queries. Engage Chris to conduct an architectural assessment. Alternatively, conduct a self-assessment using the Microservices Assessment Platform.
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Join the microservices google group. You need to develop multiple versions of the product details user interface:. A product details UI can display a lot of information about a product. For example, the Amazon. Since the online store uses the Microservice architecture pattern the product details data is spread over multiple services. For example,. Consequently, the code that displays the product details needs to fetch information from all of these services.
The granularity of APIs provided by microservices is often different than what a client needs. Microservices typically provide fine-grained APIs, which means that clients need to interact with multiple services.
For example, as described above, a client needing the details for a product needs to fetch data from numerous services. Different clients need different data. For example, the desktop browser version of a product details page desktop is typically more elaborate then the mobile version. Network performance is different for different types of clients. For example, a mobile network is typically much slower and has much higher latency than a non-mobile network.
This means that a native mobile client uses a network that has very difference performance characteristics than a LAN used by a server-side web application. The server-side web application can make multiple requests to backend services without impacting the user experience where as a mobile client can only make a few.