Lesson 125 - Managing Broad Bounded Contexts  
(posted October 25, 2021)

A bounded context is essential for microservices, defining an encapsulated link between a service and its corresponding data. However, many times it is necessary to share data between multiple services, thus forming a broader bounded context. How do you managed these broader bounded contexts? In this lesson Mark Richards shows examples of why a broader bounded context is sometimes necessary in microservices, and through code examples shows some techniques for managing these broader bounded contexts. 

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