Hexagonal Architecture: Architecture Pattern

Hexagonal Architecture, introduced by Alistair Cockburn, is centered around the principle of separating the core business logic of an application from external concerns such as user interfaces, databases, and external services. It achieves this separation through the concept of “ports” and “adapters.”

  1. Ports: These are interfaces that define the contract between the application’s core business logic and the external components. Ports represent the inputs and outputs of the system, encapsulating the operations that the core logic should perform. Since…

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Pratik Pandey - https://pratikpandey.substack.com

Senior Engineer with experience in designing and architecting large scale distributed systems.