Reactive Microservices Done Right!

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In this article, we will take a look at how effective microservices development can be modeled around the concepts in reactive systems. First, we will look into what a reactive system is, and what is required to become one. Then we will look into how we have applied these concepts into the microservices world, and specifically how Ballerina, a programming language that was designed from the ground up to have first-class support for microservices, is fulfilling this with some easy-to-use abstractions for developers. 
Reactive Systems
A reactive system is created by following a set of guiding principles. These are mainly mentioned in the reactive manifesto. It talks about how to create systems that can take advantage of the latest hardware, and use those resources most efficiently. It basically provides a guideline on creating a better-distributed system. A reactive system is said to be responsive, resilient, elastic, and message-driven. 

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