Microservice CQRS Pattern Explained

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CQRS stands for Command and Query Responsibility Segregation. Basically, this pattern separates read and update operations for a database. Normally, in monolithic applications, most of the time we have 1 database and this database should respond to both query execution and update operations. That means a database is both working for complex join queries, and also perform CRUD operations. But if the application goes more…

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