Microservices İn E-Commerce: An Approach To Avoid Monolithic Architecture

  • C. Chakravarthi, U. Dhanush, D. Indhirani, G. Priya, G. Saravanan


Micro-service design structures the applying of a group of loosely coupled, collaborating services. Every service implements a group of connected functions. As an example, an e-commerce page may comprise services like order management service, a list management service, etc. Services communicate exploitation protocols like HTTP/REST or any other less popular approach. Services can be developed as separate applications and deployed severally. Data consistency is maintained in design because every service ought to have its own info so as to be decoupled from different services. If there are any modifications and any error in a particular service then only that service can be modified and deployed. The services which are developed separately are bound together by the term called Orchestration. Orchestration binds all the service together and assures that all the services are in order and bounded. Testing is done to ensure the working of all the services without any error. The programs for testing are written manually which contains all the tests that the code has to undergo. In testing it measures the code coverage and it reports through Visual reports. Visual report includes the highlighted lines in the code and percentage of execution along with the code check. SonarQube is a tool used for measuring and analyzing the source code quality. The cloud based platform with built-in redundancy can be used to save the business from data loss. It keeps the info secure, backed-up and simply accessible. An e-commerce business depends hugely on the info of its customers. At the time of catastrophic data losses or security threats, redundancy (or the built-in duplication of systems, data, equipment, and other components) helps to beat the disaster and resume the business during a streamlined way. AWS acts as a cloud provider. The two tools used in cloud computing are Docker and Kubernetes. Where Docker is a tool for image building and Kubernetes is a tool for container management.

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C. Chakravarthi, U. Dhanush, D. Indhirani, G. Priya, G. Saravanan. (2020). Microservices İn E-Commerce: An Approach To Avoid Monolithic Architecture. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 4694 - 4701. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/26609