Architecture

April 29th, 2022, by
GitOps Primer

With the rise of cloud, cloud-native and a lot of other buzzwords, we also see the rise of all kinds of Dev(fill here)Ops practices. While I'm an avid advocate of the DevOps mindset, all the buzz around pipelines sounds old-school to me.

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March 23rd, 2022, by
Features of A Modern Architecture Review Board

As this article will focus on the features of a modern ARB, maybe it is appropriate to first define an Architecture Review Board in its traditional form.

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March 4th, 2022, by
Architecture makes sense in digital transformations

Within Sogeti we are progressive, and we want to be and remain a leader. With Sensemaking Architecture, we present an innovative vision on architecture as part of DyA®. The goal of this vision is to ensure that Enterprise Architecture can continue to make an impact and contribute to successful digital transformations that deliver real value through technology. We make technology work!

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September 10th, 2021, by
Cloud Economics and Terraform; How to start

In a race for speed of delivery, putting restrictions on cloud environments can be contra-productive. On the other hand money can fly out the window if you do not keep everything in check. So what is the solution?

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December 24th, 2020, by
Architect for Quality

A lot of new initiatives around quality are introduced these days, most are focused on the reliability of the features, not many are focused on which features are in the product...

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November 2nd, 2020, by
Digital craftsmanship

All over the world, magnificent buildings demonstrate the work of large groups of craftsmen and craftswomen. Each of them has learned, grown their skills and practiced until they were capable of delivering these masterpieces. Today as well, we need digital craftsmanship.

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July 8th, 2020, by
Is low code replacing traditional development?

Most of the times, you cannot solve a problem with only low code. Think about scenario's where you should link to old legacy systems or complex API calls. In those cases low code without any enhancement cannot natively connect to those systems.

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June 8th, 2020, by
Do we know what our app is supposed to do?

Our success depends on the systems that we build and run. So, we need to be confident that these systems…

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June 4th, 2020, by
Industry best practices to reduce Azure consumption cost

When migrating workloads to the cloud, every customer in their back of mind is concerned about the cost, which he must deal with in the near future. As an organization/Architect, it becomes necessary to optimize the cost by selecting the right services, right tools, and correct Architecture, etc.

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May 27th, 2020, by
AWS Architecture Design – Startup Use Case

Building a secure, stable, & cost-effective application for a startup is never an easy task. Take a look at how AWS Services can address start-up requirements.

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March 13th, 2020, by
Does language matter?

In my previous blog I stated my learning goal for 2020: Learning (or getting a better understanding) of the Go language. Currently I'm studying various courses, and have to give huge credits to Todd McLeod for his excellent work on courses on this subject.

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December 11th, 2019, by
Architecture in this new world we live in – a DYA Whitepaper by Sogeti

This whitepaper is the beginning of a series that will result in a new book in the series of DYA-books. With the series of articles, we will discuss the following main topics: human-centric, flow-oriented, value-sensitive and discretionary.

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