Improving Microservices Reliability - Part 2: Outbox Pattern

2022-08-20

In this blog post, David Guida discusses the Outbox Pattern as a solution to the challenges of distributed transactions in microservices architecture. He explains how by persisting the state as much as possible, potential side effects and performance issues can be avoided. The Outbox Pattern involves storing events in a generic Outbox table, which are fetched by an offline worker to inform subscribers. This ensures that each message is at least processed once, guaranteeing delivery. The blog post also touches upon other topics like .NET Core, CQRS, Docker, and Kubernetes.

Link [ https://www.davidguida.net/improving-microservices-reliability-part-2-outbox-pattern/ ]

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Improving Microservices Reliability - Part 2: Outbox Pattern

2022-08-20

In this blog post, David Guida discusses the Outbox Pattern as a solution to the challenges of distributed transactions in microservices architecture. He explains how by persisting the state as much as possible, potential side effects and performance issues can be avoided. The Outbox Pattern involves storing events in a generic Outbox table, which are fetched by an offline worker to inform subscribers. This ensures that each message is at least processed once, guaranteeing delivery. The blog post also touches upon other topics like .NET Core, CQRS, Docker, and Kubernetes.

Link [ https://www.davidguida.net/improving-microservices-reliability-part-2-outbox-pattern/ ]

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