Software Architecture

For most people software architecture equals software design - however there is a difference - software architecture is responsible for the “skeleton” and the high-level infrastructure of a software, the software design is responsible for the code level design. Software architecture is the process of converting software characteristics into a structured solution that meets the technical and the business requirements.

The Important Characteristics of Software Architecture

If your clients are competing in a rapidly changing markets, and they should adapt their business model quickly, but stay on the budget.

  • Extendable, modular and maintainable
  • Performance and low fault tolerance
  • Scalability and reliability
  • The feasibility

Software Architecture Patterns

An architectural pattern is a general, reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software architecture within a given context.

  • Serverless Architecture
  • Event-Driven Architecture
  • Microservices Architecture