Microservices Architecture
This architecture style structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, improving modularity and making the application easier to understand, develop, and test.

A microservices architecture style structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, improving modularity and making the application easier to understand, develop, and test. This architecture style allows for the development of flexible, scalable, and independently deployable software systems, crucial for rapid deployment and updating of applications. It supports the DoD's objective of creating resilient and agile IT systems that can adapt to changing requirements and threats.

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