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Microservices Are (Conceptually) Too Big
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| by Philip Wills Follow 0 Followers on Aug 02, 2015 |

Philip Wills believes that thinking about independent services and single responsibility applications rather than microservices can help to clarify the architectural trade-offs between the complexities of growing one application and those of communicating between many.

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Phil Wills is senior software architect for The Guardian. He doesn't believe it's possible to do this well without regularly writing production code. Phil has helped build and scale, the tools used to produce it and Ophan, the analytics tool used to ensure our journalism reaches the widest possible audience.

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