Building Battle-tested Software Architecture:
Lessons from Top Tech Companies

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In the current digital era, where constant evolution of software architecture is required to sustain a product within the market, software architects overlook essential pillars that make software successful. You might be at crossroads trying to answer questions like when to evolve a software architecture? Why should you do it? How should you implement it? 

And so on. Depending upon the stage of the product and the budget at hand, the challenges and limitations of evolving a software differ based on factors like technical debt, maintenance, and redesign costs. 

Upon following the right strategy and leveraging the right technology, you can achieve architecture scalability more than you could have imagined possible. This eBook includes 25+ real-life examples of how Fortune 500 companies have obtained fruitful results by overcoming hurdles like:

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“Scaling isn't just providing your product offering to a growing number of customers. The key insight in scaling is that you need to understand the nature of how your users are accessing your product."

Lenny Perkins

VP of Engineering

Josh Clemm, 
Former Senior Engineering Manager at LinkedIn

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Why the need for evolutionary architecture?

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Understand the entire software life cycle, core tenets of evolutionary architecture, and why dynamic organizations need it the most (with real-life examples and case studies.)

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Scaling the architecture

Distribution of data and traffic load

Choosing the right database 

Maintaining performance consistency 

Ensuring immutable security triggers 

Improving software reliability and quality

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Get to know the basics of evolutionary architecture

Gather a better understanding of the five pillars of evolutionary architecture: performance, 
security, database, scalability, and reliability. Understand the importance of each one of them with real-life examples.

How to execute a successful software architecture

Get insights from 20+ experts on how to nail down the practices for executing a successful evolutionary architecture. 

Examples from the tech-giants around the world

Learn from some of the pioneers of evolutionary architecture like Netflix, Twitter, BBC, Trivago, SoundCloud, etc. Get inspired and kickstart your software architecture evolution journey today.

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What experts say about Evolutionary Architecture in this eBook

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A one-stop guide that provides comprehensive and expert advice to CTOs & tech decision-makers for evolving software architecture at scale. This eBook unites battle-tested lessons with hands-on experience brought to you directly from top companies like Netflix, SoundCloud, BBC, Shopify, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

“Do not make too many individual nanoservices because they become hard to reason about. Ultimately, it is about getting the balance right. Smaller units of logic are more flexible and safer to deploy. But smaller services also mean there are more of them to manage.”

Matthew Clark, 
Head of Architecture at BBC