The two terms that got more popular in recent years, and as I started reading about antifragility, I noticed some issues in the way we do software nowadays.

The microservices architecture is a very resilient architecture, when a service has an outage the other ones can keep going about their business, very nice, except if they are critical services. If a critical service goes down, everything goes down.

It’s an old practice from software developers to want to remove duplication, and see it as a good thing. Services facilitate that, boundaries are very nicely drawn, many other services can integrate…

Rogério Chaves

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