Do You Know About These Two Concepts of .NET Microservices Architecture?

The word micro services immediately paints a leisure picture in mind. Anyone who is asked to think about microservices would relate it to sensors and cutting-edge electronic luxury. But, there is a lot to microservices and all developers know that. While most of the microservices programming is done in Java, .NET is not alien to microservices architecture. A lot of people fail to relate how .NET can be a good variant to Java.

A way of knowing how .NET and microservices can work together is to understand the two key concepts of microservices architecture—State and Thread. These two concepts are the core of how microservices help interact with messages. This blog will explain the concepts of State and Thread in microservices architecture with examples and discuss how .NET can be used in this context.

State and Stateless

Think of a contemporary house that uses microservices for operating devices and electrical fittings. So, if the owner wants to switch on the light, he or she can use microservices to do as he will even when away from home. The catch here is if the owner wants to switch off the light, it has to be on in first place. The state in microservices architecture refers to a scenario like this where one function cannot be performed unless a condition is filled or an action performed before.

Thread and Multithread

Consider the same setting as above of a contemporary house. The scenario is now that of an owner wanting to perform multiple actions simultaneously. A thread is when one action is completed before taking in the second order. For example, an owner has to first switch on the TV and then surf to the desired channel. In multithread, he or she can give instructions at one and the microservices system will take care of all the orders one after other.

Using .NET

There are a more than a couple of ways in which .NET can accomplish what Java is doing in microservices. A developer can be guided by a few basic principles of .NET to overcome the challenges that microservice poses. A way is to create personalized architecture using .NET and MVC. Another way is to incorporate mechanisms that transfer messages and complete an action; this includes using a kind of queue system or bus. Using a controlled single or bi-host environment is another approach which makes it easy for you to test and then expand as much as you wish.

By understanding the basics of the microservices architecture, an expert .NET developer would be able to figure out ways that can make microservices and .NET work well together. Once you master these two concepts with .NET, you can proceed to other concepts. It is also important to note that you can create your own microservices architecture and personalize aspects as required. Let us know what you think about .NET being used in the microservices architecture. Share your opinions in the comments section below.

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