Microservice Isolation Levels (Erl, Naserpour)
How can microservices be deployed while retaining their individual required level of isolation?
Formal isolation levels are defined and assigned to microservices and available deployment models. This ensures that each microservice is implemented using an appropriate deployment model that meets its required isolation level. Components belonging to a given microservice must also be deployed inside the microservice’s isolation boundary.
Microservices and their respective components are deployed in separate isolation boundaries.
This pattern can be applied using a number of pre-defined isolation levels, each with its own deployment environment, as explained and illustrated in the complete pattern description.