What enterprise app developers need to know about MSA

Microservices architecture (MSA) is a term used to describe a way to create software that can be more flexible and dynamic than much of what's developed by big firms today. At its most basic, it means breaking an application into piece parts that can do specific things, so that changing one small component doesn't affect the entire app. For consumer app developers that want to make a move into enterprise work, even on a contract basis, getting up to speed quickly on MSA is probably a good idea. Learn more about the pros and cons of MSA in this feature. Article

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