With a microservices architecture, individual teams build and run single-focused, loosely-coupled services that are independently deployable and scalable; this is in contrast to more traditional or monolithic architectures. Developers use the language, framework, or data technologies of their choice, but microservices are typically implemented as REST APIs and often use a continuous delivery pipeline for regular production deployments.
Basics of REST
Explore the basics of Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs, a software style that provides architectural constraints used for creating web services.
Breaking Down a Monolith
Looking to decompose a monolith? This guide provides expert tricks and tips to break down monoliths into microservices.
API-First approach development allows API teams design-driven development, API governance, and agility in incorporating changes.