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- 2. Designing Microservices
- from Microservices for the Enterprise: Designing, Developing, and Deploying
- Publisher: Apress
- Released: November 2018
No, now don't you try to wiggle out of having the ACL in Figure 2-6 being pink meaning that it speaks the ubiquitous language of the Inventory microservice, which was also pink.
What is more, is the implication that the ACL share the technological platform (runtime, programming language, etc.) of the microservice for which it acts as a translator. This alternate platform may be alien to the downstream, green Order Processing microservice; consequently it may be necessary to apply marshaling.
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