Microservice SAGA Pattern Explained

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A microservice-based application is a distributed system. The overall system consists of multiple smaller services, and together these services provide the overall application functionality. This architectural style provides numerous benefits, it has several limitations as well. One of the major problems in a microservice architecture is how to handle a transaction that spans across multiple services. Before moving on to more…

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Fullstack Developer | Blogger | Experience on Java, Python, React, Angular, Golang | http://www.behindjava.com

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