About the Book
Organizations invest billions of dollars every year modernizing software architectures. Innovating at speed is a necessity for digital businesses and a well-designed architecture enables innovation at speed.
Despite the huge investments, architecture modernization initiatives are prone to failure. Modernizing architectures requires technical leaders to connect many dots, from the business model and the domain, to the organization structure and the cloud platform. Leaders that don’t have this essential breadth of expertise will single-mindedly focus on the technical aspects of modernization. The results will be economically and personally disappointing.
This book provides technical leaders with a model for planning and delivering modernization. It shows how to connect all of the dots, from business model to architectural boundaries. Practical techniques are presented for effectively navigating each aspect of modernization including Wardley Mapping, The Bounded Context Canvas, and Team Topologies.
About the Author
Hi, I'm Nick.
I'm a Principal Consultant who loves working with technology leaders to define strategy, model domains, shape architecture, and build high-performing engineering teams.
I'm the co-author of Patterns, Principles, and Practices of Domain-Driven Design (Wrox) and Designing Autonomous Teams and Services (O'Reilly). For all of my written articles and public speaking check out ntcoding.co.uk