What Really Matters When Selecting Software Architecture
Here’s what really matters when it comes to software development: the selected underlying technology is not nearly as important as how it is applied.
Good software architecture, built to interface with your other existing systems (both custom and off-the-shelf), makes it easier for your team to do their jobs. It creates efficiencies, it improves & simplifies compliance, and it empowers your organization’s decision-making.
Proper software and infrastructure stack selection is essential. There are a number of variables involved in the final selection (e.g., existing systems & platforms, overall software development objectives, long-term scalability), and the choice can impact everything from operating efficiencies and R&D collaboration to key business decision-making and even patient health.