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Single Node Multi-Containers (Erl, Naserpour)
How can multiple microservices be aggregated to provide a high-performance service composition?
The microservices providing the composition logic as well as any composed microservices are deployed in individual containers and reside on the same underlying host. This enables all involved microservices to share the same host while retaining their individual logical isolation and without sharing any runtime. The service compositor is then deployed on the same host.
The microservices deployed in isolated containers on the same physical host. The underlying host can optionally be a virtual machine.
This pattern is applied in conjunction with the Microservice Compositor pattern as explained in the complete pattern description.