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16) Scalability

Large System Development

Enterprise Architecture Overview of an organisations assets, structures, intentions and activities
Business Architecture A description of the business and how it achieves its goals
Information Architecture Overview of the organisations data and how it is accessed
Technology Architecture Describes the technology infrastructure that supports the business
Solution Architecture Is the composition of business, information, and technology architecture, into a solution
Most Recommended Patterns for Scalability N+1, Design for rollback, design to be disabled, design to be monitored, use mature technologies, asynchronous design, stateless systems, design for 2 axes, buy when non core, commodity hardware
TAD Technology Agnostic Design, something that is generalized so that it is interoperable among various systems. The term can refer not only to software and hardware, but also to business processes or practices.
Purpose of Fault Isolative Architecture We want to create systems where fails only have minimum impact on the system and can easily be located, Isolation and detection
AKF Scale Cube 1) x axis, add more 2) y axis specializing work 3) z axis clients’ specific request
cache Allocation of memory for the temporary storage of data that is likely to be used again
big data Big data is a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools.
Cloud Computing a general term used to describe a new class of network based computing that takes place over the Internet,
Created by: timeakiss