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Monolithic Architecture: 

You can say that its similar to a big container wherein all the software components of an application are assembled together and tightly packaged.  Listed below are the challenges of Monolithic Architecture:


Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of small autonomous services, modeled around a business domain.

Differences Between Traditional Architecture and Microservices: 

Consider an E-commerce application as a use-case to understand the difference between both of them. 

The main difference we observe in the above diagram is that all the features initially were under a single instance sharing a single database. But then, with microservices, each feature was allotted a different microservice, handling their own data, and performing different functionalities.

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