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  1. Alternative Architectures

    It seems that every project I walk into has the exact same architecture, regardless of what the company is building. It's that standard 3-tier pattern: data-business-presentation. But, there are other large-scale architectural patterns available. I'd love to hear some case studies that pair business problems with the rationale for choosing an "alternative architecture."

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    • Preach to the unconverted

      Some of us see the genuine benefits of pub/sub, EDA and SOA design. However, how do you go about persuading the cynics, time pressed and uninformed:

      Our developers hate debugging pub/sub models; Others love the 'simplicity' of monolithic domains; Our DBA questions why messaging is required (since "the bus simply persists messages elsewhere"); Our sys admins hate deploying new applications or changing the deployment topology; Our boss is scared to tell the business there is a little extra work to start splitting apart services.

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