Microservices allow us to adopt composite architectures in which the value of the composite is greater than the sum of the parts. Compositional solutions have a long tradition and are a core element of the Unix philosophy.
Through REST we understand that the Web is a Resource Oriented Architecture. So perhaps we should think of microservices in terms of "microresources"?
In this talk we will introduce Resource Oriented Computing, a general abstraction for software in which "everything is a resource". ROC solutions are built by composing resources from service endpoints located in "microweb" spaces.
Evolvable highly scaled, ultra-high performance solutions are created by the scale-invariant composition of "microwebs". Resources all the way down, or if you prefer, micro-, nano-, femto-services all the way down...
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