While working on a project last year, we were looking at various options for our Microservices hosting strategy. My colleague came across this decision workflow from Microsoft for their Azure hosting service options and I thought of sharing it here. This decision workflow can help in the following scenarios (and others): Hosting options for new build vs migration Overall cloud migration strategy Web & API hosting options IaaS vs PaaS vs serverless Microservices deployment and scaling strategy Feel free to comment on ways in which this may have helped you.
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