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Less is more with minimalist architecture

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Architecture and governance bring an element of control that can rub people the wrong way. Architectural decisions should be focused where the payoff is highest to maximize the likelihood of success. The minimalist approach to architecture involves sorting out the highest-priority architectural requirements, and then doing the least you possibly can to achieve them! That is, keep the architecture decision set as small as possible, while ensuring that the technical staff meets key system priorities.

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IT Professional  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 5 )