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Welcome to the first of what is hopefully a regular roundup of what’s new and relevant in the world of microservices. In the past week:
Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz compared microservices with SOA and argued that “microservices” is not a good term.
Chris Richardson (@crichardson) published Thoughts about #microservices – less micro, more service? that suggested that there should be more emphasis on “service” and less on “micro”.
There was also the ongoing twitter discussion.
And then there was this:
Cross cutting concerns