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How does a Microservice Architecture work?

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Under a microservice architecture, an application is simplified into multiple modules that independently perform the single precise standalone task:

Are fragmented into loosely coupled various modules, each of which performs a distinct function.

It can be or are distributed across clouds and data centers.

Implement each module as an independent service/process which can be replaced, updated, or deleted without disrupting the rest of the application.

Under microservice architecture, an application can grow along with its requirements. 

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