Hello experts! They seem to be both about architectures - one for infrastructure and the other for software. is there any connection between the 2?
Microservices Architecture is a variant of the (SOA) architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services. In microservices architecture, services should be fine-grained and the protocols should be lightweight. Fine grained is of course related to the business domain, but we are seeing that in addition to encapsulating processing, microservices tend to have their own data repository whose scope is focused solely on the microservice in question.Both approaches to application architecture assume distributed deployment as fundamental. Both approaches focus on minimizing the impact of change. And both approaches have existed before IOA became codified in 2015. Both approaches are greatly enhanced when using the principles of IOA.
Now for the IOA part....
IOA is an architecture approach that emerged as a result of studying hundreds of deployments at Equinix colocation hubs
IOA principles solve for a set of fundamental challenges all distribute applications experience when addressing the user needs in a digital economy
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