Practical Microservices Development Patterns: CRUD Vs. CQRSby@lafernando
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Practical Microservices Development Patterns: CRUD Vs. CQRS

June 23rd 2020
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by @lafernando 6,237 reads
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There are several patterns out there for handling data in microservices development. The CRUD pattern models our service operations by shadowing the operations we are doing with our data store. In some cases, you may need to isolate the read and write models and handle them separately. In this article, we will look at how each of these patterns works and build case studies to demonstrate their capabilities and differences. We will use the Ballerina programming language to implement these scenarios to display how its extensive features assist in the development of microservices.

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