Technical architecture refers to the overall structure of a system, including the hardware, software, and network components that make up the system, as well as the relationships and interactions between these components.
"A comprehensive technical architecture plan helps to ensure that an organization's systems and processes are well-designed, scalable, and flexible, enabling the organization to achieve its goals more effectively and efficiently.
By providing a clear and comprehensive view of the organization's technical landscape, a technical architecture plan helps to guide strategy, planning, and decision-making, and can provide a strong foundation for future growth and success."
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Data architecture is the design of the data structures and systems used to store, manage, and access data within an organization.
Infrastructure architecture designs the physical and logical components that make up an organization's IT infrastructures, such as servers, storage devices, and networking equipment.
Solutions architecture is the process of designing and planning how a specific solution, such as a software application, will be created and implemented to solve a particular business problem or meet a business need.
Software architecture is the high-level design of a software system, including the structure, interactions, and relationships between different software components.
Network architecture is the design of a computer network, including the hardware, software, and protocols used to connect devices and enable communication between them.
All of these different types of architecture work together to support an organization's overall operation and functionality. They are interconnected and interdependent, and changes to one area can often impact other areas.
For example, changes to the business architecture may require changes to the data architecture, which may require changes to the software architecture, and so on. It is important to consider the relationships between these different types of architecture when planning and implementing changes to their systems and processes.
Quicksilver’s architecture team works together to share ideas, expertise and feedback for planning, designing, and implementing changes to the systems and processes of an organization. Following established processes and procedures, our team will evaluate and document the specific business problem, requirements and constraints that must be considered when designing the solution.
Our team uses this information to create a detailed plan for the solution, including the specific hardware and software components that will be needed, as well as the overall structure and functionality of the solution. Once approved, the implementation process includes a knowledge transfer to ensure our client has the knowledge they need to maintain and update the solution with any necessary changes or updates.