Architecture

Solution Architecture

Solution architecture is a practice of designing, describing, and managing the solution engineering in relation to specific business problems.

A Solution Architect is the person in charge of leading the practice and introducing the overall technical vision for a particular solution.

What is Solution Architecture?

A solution architecture (SA) is an architectural description of a specific solution. SAs combine guidance from different enterprise architecture viewpoints (business, information and technical), as well as from the enterprise solution architecture (ESA)
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A description of a discrete and focused business operation or activity and how IS/IT supports that operation. A Solution Architecture typically applies to a single project or project release, assisting in the translation of requirements into a solution vision, high-level business and/or IT system specifications, and a portfolio of implementation tasks.
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Solution Architect/Engineering is responsible for defining and communicating a shared technical and architectural vision across multiple ARTs to help ensure the system or Solution under development is fit for its intended purpose.
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Solution architecture, term used in information technology with various definitions such as; "A description of a discrete and focused business operation or activity and how IS/IT supports that operation".

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