Fear of Adding Processes

In object-oriented programming, there is a well-known anti-pattern called ‘Fear of Adding Classes’. It describes the fear of solving a problem by adding another class because of the (often wrongfully) perceived added complexity. With systems moving towards a distributed nature through the usage of external services, a similar pattern can be seen: the fear of adding dedicated components, mostly independent processes to the system, because of the fear of added management overhead through doing so.

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