Software Architecture and Design

Software architecture is a blueprint for any software that has to be developed. The architecture defines various software elements, relation between these elements and their properties for the design and implementation of the software.

The architecture of any software will be containing all the information pertaining to qualities like the software’s performance, modifications and security. It is like the initial framework which will help analyze whether an acceptable software can be designed following the design patterns, logic and other elements in the architecture or not. In addition to proper management, planning and prediction of software behavior and functions it also helps in post deployment understanding, maintenance and mining.

Software design follows the architecture and involves problem solving and planning for a software solution once the specifications and the purpose of the software is determined. Depending upon the technology available, software designs maybe either platform specific or platform independent. Multiple designs are possible to address the same problem depending upon the resources available and capabilities of the environment hosting the software solution. Various fundamental design concepts are used by the designers for implementing more sophisticated methods and design software models based on the same design concepts using the available modeling languages.


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