SERVICE NAMES, BOUNDARIES (domain lines) and API DEFINITIONS/STANDARDS are some of many important things to achieve the enterprise-level microservice architecture and microservices. Names mean things. So you first need to properly name your services and that’s the names that you would use when talking to your teammates and clients of your services/APIs. I have a separate article on how you go about defining what a microservice is. That's titled "Micro in Microservices" on my site almirsCorner .com. Essentially, you need define the purpose and boundaries of your service. Then you get into API routes and properly defining them for each service. The goal is to keep the routes RESTful and if you run into the situation when they are not, then it should trigger you to revisit the purpose and boundaries of that given microservice. Maybe that service needs to be split into smaller services.
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