The advantages of microservices
Microservices are not restricted to any one programming language, so they are language agnostic. Each service in a microservice architecture may be written in a different language that supports the chosen communication mechanism, and each service is independent.
Scalability: Each service can be deployed and scaled independently, as required.
Fault isolation: A fault in one microservice does not affect the other microservices.
Ease of deployment: The application is divided into small services, so the application can be deployed quickly and easily.
Unlimited iterations: The application can be quickly iterated and added new features without affecting other parts of the application.
Unit testing: since microservices are separate applications focused on a particular goal, it is simpler for a developer to develop test scripts to ensure that functionality.
Ease of maintenance: A microservice can be updated or replaced without affecting the other services in the application.
Improved performance: Each service can be implemented to optimize a specific function or workflow. For example, you can use a faster database for one service without affecting the other services.