Microservices are a popular architectural pattern for building scalable and resilient applications. However, microservices can also be more complex and difficult to manage than traditional monolithic applications.

One of the challenges of microservices is dealing with failures. If one microservice fails, it can have a cascading effect on other microservices in the system. This can lead to outages and performance degradation.

The circuit breaker pattern is a design pattern that can help to improve the resilience of microservices. A circuit breaker acts as a proxy between microservices and prevents cascading failures.

In this video, we'll give you an introduction to the circuit breaker pattern and show you how to implement it in .NET 7 using ASP.NET and Polly.

Video Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:51 Circuit Breaker Theory
16:32 Code Time
31:00 Retry Policy
39:32 Circuit Breaker Implementation
50:16 Advance Circuit Breaker Implementation

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Build Resilient Microservices with the Circuit Breaker Pattern in .NET
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