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When I was reading about microservices on this site, I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

When I was reading about microservices , I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

When I was reading about microservices on this site, I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

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When I was reading about microservices , I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

When I was reading about microservices , I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

When I was reading about microservices , I came across the below statement. What is meant by a canonical schema? Isn't it same as domain model?

The Microservices Architecture pattern also rejects other parts of SOA, such as the concept of a canonical schema.

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