Microservices are not the future, nor the present... They are another good approach for some use case, not for all.
I've worked at companies that have a "megamicroservice". It's an API so complex, it is a thousand times more complex because they tried to split it up into a thousand pieces.
I work in a place where we had a monolith, they started to migrate to a microservices architecture, but this went so wrong that now we're thinking about migrating the monolith to a new monolith and just extract minimal functionality from it (something like the Citadel arch I read somewhere)...
Massive facepalm to the wasted time on those microservices...
This has happened literally everywhere.
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