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The traffic itself is not the interface. The interface is, in one sense, represented by the rules and conventions of how one system talks to another, and in a different (but related) sense, it is a piece of code on the periphery of a system that implements those rules, making the communication possible. When two systems communicate, data can flow in either ...


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I’m not familiar with north and south in an abstract world. Interfaces have the purpose of decoupling elements. So separating your system from other systems in the stream. The idea is that every system can be replaced by another one that offers the same interface. So you have at least two interfaces here: an interface on the system upward that you call ...


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