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Here are the thumbnail definitions of the two patterns:
The Service template pattern thumbnail:
Quickly create services by cloning a service template, which is a runnable, template code base that implements the logic that is common to each service.
The Microservice chassis pattern thumbnail:
Improve maintainability of services cloned from a service template by extracting the logic from the template into a microservice chassis framework.
Here’s the recording and the transcript.
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