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Application Architecture

  • Aa Application Architecture

Application Architecture is a term used to describe the planning, lead management, and technical review of web development projects. It is the process of designing and constructing the systems that will be used to build the application. This includes the selection of the technologies, the design of the structure, and the development of the architecture. It is also responsible for ensuring that the technical requirements of the application are met, as well as for testing the application before it is made available to users. 

Application Architecture is a complex and multi-faceted process. It requires extensive research and planning to ensure that the application will be able to meet the needs of the organization and its users. The process also involves the review and approval of technical components and coding, as well as the review and approval of the application’s user interface. Application Architecture is essential to the success of the project.

A great graphic and more in depth read on the Cloud Architect role can be found at TechTarget’s cloud architect definition.