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  1. May 2020
    1. Clients are updated to use the new service rather than the monolith endpoint. In the interim, steps such as database replication enable microservices to host their own storage even when transactions are still handled by the monolith. Eventually, all clients are migrated onto the new services. The monolith is "starved" (its services no longer called) until all functionality has been replaced. The combination of serverless and proxies can facilitate much of this migration.
    1. A monolithic server-run web app that relies on Ruby, Node, or another backend language.
    1. There is some confusion around what makes a headless CMS truly “headless”, as vendors use the term somewhat loosely to label their decoupled or hybrid CMS systems. But a true headless CMS is one that was built from the ground up to be API-first, not a full monolith CMS with APIs attached afterwards.
  2. Nov 2019