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Merging multiple (mostly-idempotent) microservice backends together as one big one
There is a system with a set of backends consisting of:
a core-service (primarily lightweight REST APIs), and potentially a few data-services (data-pools)
a web app, sitting on top of the core-service, which is used for logging and debugging
This core-service is really just a few microservices used for convenience, as it duplicates functionality between the web app and a few data-services.
The microservices are run in a Kubernetes setup, which makes switching out new microservice versions a cinch, as all of them can be run in a single container, and data-models can be cleaned up when changing versions.
The new solution I’m working on goes like this:
A SRE-bot asks the user for an action, which should then be delegated to the appropriate backend
If the web app is used for logging and debugging, the action is sent to the web app, where it is delegated to the appropriate backend
If the action is a data-operation (which includes updating items in the data-pools), the action is sent to the data-services
However, this setup still has a few problems, as it’s still possible that two users perform an action at the same time (especially if logging and debugging is enabled).
Would the following “design pattern” help me?
Create a new backend-service
If the current microservice is a data-service, create a new backend-service.
Otherwise, return an error to the SRE-bot.
This would make it unnecessary to split the entire system into microservices, as data-operations can be performed in one place (the data-service).
The problem now is that this backend-service will have one-to-one relationships with all the microservices