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Monolithic vs. Microservices Architecture Models

Overview of the lesson

Monolithic and Microservices web architecture are two of the most used models when deciding the infrastructure of a web application. But which one is better and how they differ from the architectures discusses in the previous lesson?

What you'll learn

  • The differences between monolithic and microservices web achitecture.

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