Transitioning from Traditional CMS to Content as a Microservice

Microservices are practically similar to an API provided by the backend server. In a microservice architecture, multiple such backend servers are deployed to manage individual responsibilities.

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Microservices for Startups: An Interview with Khash Sajadi of Cloud66

Khash Sajadi, CEO of Cloud 66, discusses his experiences with microservices in an interview for the eBook Microservices for Startups.

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