Solution architecture becomes part of software development efforts

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Posted:  13 Nov 2013
Published:  13 Nov 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English


ABSTRACT:

The solutions architect is a fairly new member of the software development team. “The solution architect focuses on a particular business problem or issue that requires a comprehensive business/IT solution,” said William Ulrich, President of TSG, Inc., and long-time IT consultant.

This position is quite different from the traditional role of an enterprise architect, but how exactly?

Find out in this expert e-guide, where you'll learn more about the difference between solutions architects and enterprise architects, the training process of a solutions architect, and the qualities you should look for when looking for a new hire.





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