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Links 1 through 10 of 123 by Ken Robson tagged architecture

Summary: Sessions offers guidelines for creating an effective enterprise architecture through the use of partitioned iteration, a process drawn from the lessons of probability theory and war strategy. (26 printed pages)

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We describe the Solaris error-handling philosophy for generic (or "architectural") machine-check architecture (MCA) errors and for vendor-common machine-specific (non-architectural) extensions. This will be implemented in an upcoming putback to Nevada, and backported aiming for Solaris 10 Update 5.

 In [Intel_vol3A] and [AMD_vol2] a generic machine-check architecture is described. This provides for a generic means of discovering and enabling the error-detector banks of a processor, and for collecting error telemetry from these banks and interpreting the impact of the observed error - whether processor context is corrupt etc. We will treat [Intel_vol3A] as the specification for the MCA since it nicely separates what is architectural (defined and available as part of the MCA) and what is model-specific. Between [AMD_vol2] and various model-specific AMD BKDG (Bios & Kernel Developer's Guide) volumes one can see that the AMD MCA implementations do adhere to the Intel architectural aspects

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This is the home of the knowledge system that demonstrates the power and structure of DYA|Infrastructure, the Sogeti infrastructure architecture methodology. This is achieved by presenting the infrastructure architecture knowledge base of a fictitious company named SmartMart. Much of the content of this knowledge base is generic and applicable universally, like descriptions of infrastructure function and pattern types.

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This is the home of the knowledge system that demonstrates the power and structure of DYA|Infrastructure, the Sogeti infrastructure architecture methodology. This is achieved by presenting the infrastructure architecture knowledge base of a fictitious company named SmartMart. Much of the content of this knowledge base is generic and applicable universally, like descriptions of infrastructure function and pattern types.

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Diagrams are an essential tool for communicating information architecture and interaction design in Web development teams. This document discusses the considerations in development of such diagrams, outlines a basic symbology for diagramming information architecture and interaction design concepts, and provides guidelines for the use of these elements.

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Diagram of Joyent scale-out architecture.

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architypes.net is a library of architectural design issues, solutions and ideas.

At the heart of architypes.net are two simple but powerful ideas:

Patterns: The principles and ideas are organized into "patterns". Each pattern describes a solution for a specific problem or design goal. (see also: Understanding Patterns)
Open Collaboration: architypes.net is a continuously evolving peer-reviewed project that you are invited to participate in.

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The book PatternLanguagesOfProgramDesign http://www.bell-labs.com/topic/books/PLoPD1/ is an eclectic collection of patterns. Many of them are accessible on line.
See CategoryPattern index.
The GangOfFour wrote up 23 DesignPatterns. These patterns elaborate on their work:
ExtensionObjects
HiddenManagers?
They are also interested in UsesOfGofPatterns.

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We started High Scalability to help you build successful scalable websites. This site tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your system with confidence. Hopefully this site will move you further and faster along the learning curve of success. Please Start Here.

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The following are axioms for software architects by software architects. They have been contributed under the Creative Commons, Attribution 3 open source license.  If you have a rule-of-thumb, principle, axiom, or maxim you believe is important to being a successful software architect, this is the place to share it with the world.  For more details on how to contribute see the "Rules of Engagement " section of this site.

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