7 Deadly Sins of a Microservices Architecture

At the end of 2014, Tareq Abedrabbo, CTO of OpenCredo, published a posttitled “The Seven Deadly Sins of Microservices“ in which he identified seven common anti-patterns of developing in a microservices architecture. In January 2016, Danial Bryant from Voxxed published a Redux versionof the post, updated to combine his experiences with the original post.

The first issue that both discussed is building the wrong thing. This may be caused by a lack of clarity when defining the project’s scope and objective, as mentioned in Abedrabbo’s article, or by attempting to use the latest and greatest tech, rather than the most appropriate for the specific goals, as per Bryant’s.

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