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The Vision

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As a Chief Technology Officer, you want to improve the capabilities and reliability of your application, including using cloud solutions, API and other integration approaches to connect different systems to each other.
As Chief Information Officer, you’re looking for ways to continuously improve operational efficiency, reduce downtime, automate tasks and consolidate infrastructure to run seamless communications internally and create a smooth customer experience.
As Head of Product, accelerated time-to-market for new products and improved features are among your goals to provide users with a consistent and reliable experience while balancing costs.
As a Chief Data Officer, your focus is on harnessing the power of data to drive informed decision-making, enhance data governance, and unlock new revenue streams by identifying insights and opportunities hidden within the organisation’s data assets.
As a Chief Operating Officer, your objective is to establish a robust operational framework resulting in streamlined processes, improved scalability, and heightened operational efficiency across all facets of the organisation.

The Challenge

As a person overseeing the organisation’s technological infrastructure and growth strategy, you are looking to address the challenge of aligning legacy systems with modern software architecture principles. 

While important to existing operations, legacy systems lack the flexibility and scalability to support future growth. This often leads to critical limitations. These systems are often designed for static workloads and have difficulty handling increased demand.

Adding new services or integrating with external partners requires complex workarounds and custom integrations. These challenges emphasise the need for a future-proof architecture that is scalable, adaptable and open. By investing in a modern architecture, enterprises can ensure they have the technological foundation to:

  • Support rapid growth and expansion
  • Integrate new services 
  • Enable business partnerships and new ecosystems
  • Reduce IT costs


Microsoft has outlined the principles of high-quality enterprise architecture. Consider:

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  1. Separation of concerns: Divide the application into distinct modules based on their functionality.
  2. Encapsulation: Protect data and functionality within modules to prevent unintended access or modification.
  3. Dependency inversion: Abstract dependencies and allow different implementations to be plugged in as needed.
  4. Explicit dependencies: Specify all required dependencies to avoid unexpected behavior.
  5. Single responsibility: Assign a single purpose and reason for change to each module.
  6. Don’t repeat yourself (DRY): Avoid redundant code to maintain consistency and reduce errors.
  7. Persistence ignorance: Decouple the application logic from the persistence mechanism for flexibility.
  8. Bounded contexts: Divide the application into isolated modules for independent development and evolution.


These principles promote modularity, maintainability, and adaptability in enterprise applications. By following these guidelines, developers can create software systems that are easier to understand, modify, and extend over time. In addition to these common design principles, there are some specific recommendations for enterprise architecture:


At Computools, we offer Solution Architecture Services to guide your organisation through the complex landscape of IT solutions. Our approach contains various critical elements:



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