Security Strategies and Best Practices for Microservices Architecture

Microservices architectures seem to be the new trend in the approach to application development. However, one should always keep in mind that microservices architectures are always closely associated with a specific environment: Companies want to develop faster and faster, but resources are also becoming more limited, so they now want to use multiple languages and approaches. Therefore, it is difficult to evaluate a microservice architecture without reference to the environmental conditions. However, if you separate these external factors, you can still see that a microservice architecture offers much more isolation than other architectures – and can also handle security measures better than, for example, monolithic approaches due to today’s techniques and tools.

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