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Microservices Interview Questions

As an Full Stack professional, it is essential to know the Microservices, learn the right technologies and prepare the right answers to commonly asked Microservices Interview Questions. Here’s a definitive list of top 25 Microservices Interview Questions.

Microservices Basic

Question 1.) What Is Spring Boot? Question 2.) Which Embedded Containers Are Supported by Spring Boot? Question 3.) Explain microservices architecture? Question 4.) What are the advantages of microservices? Question 5.) What are main differences between Microservices and Monolithic Architecture? Question 6.) What do you know about Microservices? Question 7.) What are the characteristics of Microservices? Question 8.) What is the use of Docker? Question 9.) What are the best practices to design Microservices? Question 10.)What is Domain Driven Design? Question 11.) What is an actuator in Spring boot?

Microservices Analytical

Question 12.) Why would You Opt for Microservices Architecture? Question 13.) What problems are solved by Spring Cloud? Question 14.) What Do You Mean by End-To-End Testing of Microservices? Question 15.) Why Would You Need Reports and Dashboards in Microservices? Question 16.) What Are the Fundamentals of Microservices Design?

Microservices Advance

Question 17.) How Can You Set Up Service Discovery? Question 18.) How Is Spring Security Implemented In a Spring Boot Application? Question 19.) How to Configure Spring Boot Application Logging? Question 20.) Why Do We Need Containers for Microservices? Question 21.) What Are the Ways to Access RESTful Microservices? Question 22.) Common Mistakes Made While Transitioning to Microservices Question 23.) How independent micro-services communicate with each other? Question 24.) What is the use of PACT in Microservices architecture? Question 25.)What are Client certificates?


I hope these set of questions would help you to prepare for Microservices interview.

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