Architectural layers

Architectural layers

Summary: Abstracting IT functions and services into service layers is a great idea, but don't over do it, as Geek & Poke's Oliver Widder reminds us....From Geek & Poke, http://geekandpoke.

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Abstracting IT functions and services into service layers is a great idea, but don't over do it, as Geek & Poke's Oliver Widder reminds us....

From Geek & Poke, http://geekandpoke.typepad.com/geekandpoke/

From Geek & Poke, http://geekandpoke.typepad.com/geekandpoke/

Topic: CXO

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  • RE: Architectural layers

    yes, I agree with layers. You have to think a lot before you define an architecture to the system. Most of the time I provide layered architecture. This includes the mobile projects that I handle on day to day basis. Overdosing layered architecture could kill performance and later manageability of the product for good number of systems. :-)
    Ram U
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