System architecture

To ensure proper operation and full functionality of a software system, it must be built on a solid foundation with a refined structure. Thus, all features and their interconnections must work properly.

What is a system architecture?

The system architecture is a set of conventions, rules and standards utilized within the technical framework of a computer system in accordance with the customers requirements and the specifications of the manufacturer. Defining this architecture is one of the first steps that we perform at the beginning of software development.

The purpose of architecture

Just as with any structure, software should be built on a sturdy foundation to ensure its stability. The ability to support not only current but also future business and technical requirements, and their easy management in a production environment, is crucial.