Open Source Solution Architecture Patterns 0.9
It has been almost three quarters since we released our previous version of solutions architecture patterns — find out what's new!
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It has been almost three quarters since we released our previous version of solutions architecture patterns. During this time period, we were able to improve the repository with new sections and architecture patterns that can help solution architects to solve their real-world problems. In addition to that, here are couple of highlights about the repository for this release.
- We got our very first external contributor to the repository
- Added a new category for technology selection
- 46 architecture patterns
- 399 GitHub stars (as of this writing)
- 80 GitHub forks (as of this writing)
In case this is the first time you read about this, here is the URL of the repository.
In addition to adding more content to the repository, we have also improved the structure of the repository and the quality of the content. You can find the release notes of this particular release (0.9) here.
With this release, we have added new patterns around following topics
- Microservices governance
- API Management
- Hospitality industry
- Retail industry
- Event-drive architecture
- Platform modernisation
Given below is a diagram from our retail industry reference architecture pattern.
The field of solution architecture is evolving so much that some of the architecture concepts become obsolete in a very short time. At the same time, new concepts appear and become the standard. This repository is an attempt to build a knowledge base for solution architects so that they know what happened in the past, what is happening now and what could happen in the future.
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