The concept of Obvious Architecture was born from years of providing guidance and insight to organizations representing various industries. It is not a framework nor a tool, it is a set of best practices and guidelines to help business reach their goals quickly and without the hype or red tape that many tend to emphasize. Obvious Architecture’s goal is to keep an engagement succinct and efficient. Because it is not a framework it is not bound by methodologies and ridge practices that bog other efforts down.
Any traditional tools may be used, but Obvious Architecture asks if those tools are beneficial? Furthermore, short repeatable concepts help leaders and professionals stay focused and on task. For many years, designers have focused on specific domains. Most consultants tend to be either of the solution architecture viewpoint or the specific domain view perspective. Obvious Architecture works with all positions but also carries it to the enterprise and business to radiate the philosophy through the entire organization and workforce.
Proven techniques of other systems and different business approaches are incorporated in the approach but because Obvious Architecture is derived from a single source, the methods cannot be disputed among other practitioners. If through the course of technological progression, some aspect of Obvious Architecture becomes obsolete or archaic, then that facet is simply changed or replaced by us. A key concept is to allow for quick and proficient changes. If someone has something better, it is reviewed, understood, and tailored to support our practices. Therefore, Obvious Architecture is always growing to allow us to meet the demands of modern business.
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