Category: Cloud Design Goals

Cloud Design Goals
SDLC Summary

The following table outlines the key steps in the Software Development Lifecyle (SDLC).   Table: SDLC Category Description Supporting Workflows Relevancy to a project Business Requirements Business goals, Business case, Stakeholder goals, Budget, Timelines, Client

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Boehm Validation model in Software Engineering

Boehm stated that validation was to ask if we are building the ‘right product’?  Architecturally based software engineering activities support validation by mapping the functional and non-functional requirements to the overall design, system design(s), code

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Cloud Native Characteristics

PCF is the market leading PaaS platform and very useful if deploying on Azure and other Cloud IaaS models.  Migrating, refactoring or building apps to be ‘Cloud Native’ takes a lot of work and is

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Cloud Native versus Traditional Applications

Cloud Native vs Traditional IT Most Cloud Platforms are trending towards breaking down monolithic services into ‘micro’ or discrete services.  An example would be a large monolithic Java application which is rewritten into modules providing

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Key Cloud Design Goal: Redundancy, High Availability

Redundancy, Availability, Continuity, and Disaster Recovery A key benefit of virtualising the infrastructure is to construct a platform which provides best-of-breed and reasonable, redundancy, availability and access; along with continuity and recovery.  Most on-premise systems

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