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From Monolith to Microservices — Part 1: Reasoning behind the switch

Migrating the web application from monolithic architecture (in Shedul’s case — Ruby on Rails) is one of the most serious decisions one can take in any monolithic project’s lifetime. You can find tons of articles listing pros and cons of microservices in general — but in this entry, I’ll tell you about top three that made us make the actual call at Shedul. Read more on Shedul Tech Blog.

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