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Microservices architecture enables independent scaling of small services within an application based on demand, allowing for greater flexibility and efficiency in resource allocation.
Microservices architecture allows developers the freedom to choose the best tools and technologies to solve problems, providing great flexibility.
Microservices architecture enables teams to operate independently in small, easy-to-understand environments, reducing development cycle time.
We can achieve fast and dynamic autoscaling to handle system peak and burst traffic, reducing API latency and speeding up response times.
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We support various authentication and authorization methods, significantly enhancing the security of software systems and protecting against common cyber security threats.
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