Arbor - Designing To Be Replaced
We introduce a novel framework for creating unified application/programmer interface (API) layers for the microservice architecture. We show that because of this new framework called Arbor, we are able to allow a whole new class of developers to create infrastructure in the microservice paradigm and in particular allow for high churn development groups (college groups for instance) to continually update their software infrastructure, without significant additional documentation and refactoring.
Groot - Microservices for [email protected]
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