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We split the functionalities into microservices while making decentralised cloudnative applications. This way, immediate updates can be rendered in the microservices and the application doesn’t have to be disrupted entirely. But your question can be: Why should I use microservices? It helps to design, deploy and support the cloud applications quickly and efficiently, with reduced costs.



We, at iTechOps, use containerisation method to bring multiple apps together into a single virtual space. We can access them with a shared operating system. So, we can run an application in different environments, without creating a separate version for each use case. This way, containerisation greatly reduces the time, effort and cost required during the development process. Moreover, you can release the application in the market quickly.


In microlithic architecture, your application works on a single, interconnected unit. Thus, you must change the whole system when you want to change one domain. Thus, monolithic architecture is a little complex to deal with. These are also less scalable. Whereas in microservices, the applications are independent. Thus, they are easier to update and more scalable. It improves fault split, resulting in more agile development and deployment.
The factors that make microservices and containers relatable are:
Containers enable microservices.
The container's lightweight and consistent environment helps in microservices' development, deployment, and scalability.
Each microservices run the best in its container. Thus, it ensures isolation from other services and efficient use of resources.
The benefits of using microservices and containerization in an organization are:
Help easy scaling.
Promotes adaptability and agility.
Provides resilience and fault isolation.
Makes efficient use of resources.
Microservices and containers align best with DevOps practices. Thus, enables integration, deployment, and delivery pipelines.
Microservices help to get a decentralized approach to development. It makes teams work on isolated services and allows quick iteration and deployment. Yet, you must ensure clear communication among your team members for a better outcome. Coordinated work brings seamless integration and interoperability between services.
The challenges associated with microservices and containerization are:
The complexity of managing many services
Potential communication gap
Chances of ineffective monitoring and debugging tools.
Security concerns
Extra care for managing container sprawls.
Kubernetes is one of the most renowned tools for container orchestration. It automates activities like deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Yet, you can go for many other tools available in the market, such as Docker Swarm, Apache Mesos, and Amazon ECS. You can use these tools for the same purpose.

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