Architecture and Technology Platforms

The design of architecture and choice of technologies that are used to build products has a large impact on the scalability, flexibility, and speed to the market. Often, speed to market drives the design of architecture and technology choices used to build products, with compromises in scalability and flexibility, leading to technical debt that tends to pile up in exponential layers as the product goes live.

The Architecture and Technology Platforms CoE focuses on research into architectural best practices and emerging technologies, to guide and support product engineering teams to make the right choices of architectural design and technology platforms for products that are "Built For Change and Scale".

The CoE provides:

  • Architecture and Solution Blueprints
  • Reference Architecture Implementations
  • Technology Comparison Matrices
  • Reusable Components and Frameworks

The Breeze Architecture Blueprint and the Platform Components are contributed to by the Architecture and Technology Platforms CoE.

COE Leads

  

Dwaip Chowdhury (DC)

Chief Architect

Hemesh Thakkar

Architect

Focus Areas

  

Serverless Architecture

Accion Breeze

Salesforce

Blockchain and Decentralized Application

Code Automation

Articles

  

How to build decentralized applications using blockchain

How to implement a lead management strategy in today's connected world

Why is the Salesforce hype justified?

How Accion Breeze helps enterprises use advanced technology for change

How to protect assets against counterfeit and fraud using blockchain

How to minimize challenges to develop notification engines for a successful user engagement

Videos

  

Integration with COTS (Commercial off the shelf) software into the Microservices model

Choreography vs Orchestration of Microservices

Best-practices to build digital products with event-driven architecture

Podcasts

  

Podcast: Teaching your web application to talk

Podcast: Building decentralized web applications using blockchain technology

Podcast: Microservices Orchestration vs Choreography

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