It's really about context more than anything. Monoliths are easier to maintain when they encapsulate less complexity than is worth the microservice effort overhead. Asynchronous web UIs can be unacceptably slow for some purposes. Breaking out a planet-scale distributed datastore when you have a few hundred megabytes of data tops is stupid. Framing an issue as a case of extreme, flawed, and diametrically opposed perspectives dueling around a sensible center tends to be overly simplistic.
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