Microservices Wars: Spring Boot Vs. Ballerina

Microservices Wars: Spring Boot Vs. Ballerina

Microservices is an architectural style used for creating applications made of individual fine-grained services, which encourages functional decoupling, re-usability, and scalability. This is becoming increasingly popular compared to the monolithic applications we generally build. Monoliths generally lack the flexibility given by microservices in separating out functional components to have their own independent development teams, lifecycles, and deployment.