Architects are continually seeking ways to enhance the documentation, communication, and comprehension of decisions, and it’s possible that large language models will play a role in the future, serving as forensic experts to analyze ADRs and git history.
Design for Portability
Policy as Code
Terraform and Kubernetes Policy as Code frameworks
Design for Portability:
This approach places data at the forefront, focusing on data modeling, storage, and accessibility to support decision-making, analytics, and insights. Data-driven architectures often employ data warehouses, data lakes, and data pipelines to ensure data is available, accurate, and actionable for various business processes and applications.
Architecture as a Team Sport
Effective architectural decisions require cross-functional collaboration and a shared understanding of goals and constraints, promoting alignment and ensuring that architecture meets the needs of the entire organization.
Design for Security:
It involves incorporating security measures into the architecture, such as access controls, encryption, authentication, and threat modeling, to protect against vulnerabilities and threats
Design for Resilience:
redundancy, fault tolerance, and graceful degradation to ensure that even in adverse conditions
Design for Observability
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