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It is a hard to argue that microservices is a new hotness in the world of software. Technical teams in seemingly all new startups are planning to develop their product using microservices, while architects in Fortune 500 are managing tireless conversations about which microservices technology is best to use for their next generation platform. The overhype of microservices is here and with that comes a danger to loose the true meaning of the word, which soon might be labeled as overrated. Before it happens, let's talk about what microservices architecture is, what it can offer, what it gets us into, what its price tag and how to create a checklist for choosing right tools that would help solve the complexity instead of sugarcoating it.