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A monolithic architecture was used to build a self-contained software program that was unaffected by other programs. Instead of creating a single, inseparable application, microservices divide the work into smaller, more manageable chunks. This blog will focus on microservices architecture and how to build said architecture using ASP.NET Core, a free and open-source web framework from Microsoft for web apps. The KISS principle, which means "Keep It Simple, Stupid," refers to the fact that software should be easy to understand and use by developers and users.