- What is Architecture?
- Why do we need architecture?
- Why is scalability?
- Who is an architect?
- Scalability in Architecture
- Documentation is the key
- No documentation at all
- The trade-off between PPT does not compile and code blindly is go horse.
- There is no a perfect formula
- The four steps of good architecture scalability
Objective of the presentation:
Architectural practices for greater scalability and innovation
Attendee pre-requisites - If none, enter "N/A":
When dealing with application scalability, it is common to deal with topics such as microservices, cache, and NoSQL, among other buzzwords in the software engineering area. However, particular needs are often overlooked, such as: ensuring that the organization's point of failure is not IT. But instead the human factor. One of the biggest challenges in software engineering today is ensuring that the technology park grows and innovates while being stable and resilient. Delivering innovation with stability, despite sounding utopian, is possible through well-orchestrated work. This talk will teach practices that lead to a well-documented, multiplier architecture.