Setting the right course from the start
A good software architecture not only results in a stable and powerful system, but also ensures a high degree of flexibility. This makes it easier to implement expansions without constantly increasing costs. For this reason, bbv's architects always have the future in mind when planning digitalisation projects.
Senior Software Architect
- Customised solutions: Compared to off-the-shelf solutions, bespoke software is much more likely to meet your functional requirements, including archiving, data migration and monitoring.
- Bespoke quality: We work with you to define the required quality of your software architecture and ensure efficient and appropriate implementation.
- Stable & powerful systems: Our expertise in software architecture ensures robust, high-performance solutions that efficiently support your business processes.
- High flexibility: Plan for expansion without increasing costs, thanks to a flexible architecture that enables future-proof digitalisation.
- Forward-looking planning: Our software architects take a long-term view to future-proof your investment.
- Professional tension management: We effectively navigate the conflicting priorities of frameworks and project goals to make optimal architecture decisions.
- Close collaboration: Our solutions are developed in close collaboration with you to ensure they meet your specific requirements.
Christian Königsdorfer, Manager and Co-Owner of proles solutions ag
We called on bbv to help us implement future innovations faster in our software. The cooperation with bbv was top class – both technically and personally.
- Agile Software Architecture: We develop agile architectures that enable rapid adaptation and continuous improvement of your software in a flexible way.
- Cloud Architecture: Benefit from our expertise in planning and implementing scalable and efficient cloud solutions. We support you in selecting services for cloud-native, IaaS, PaaS or SaaS solutions.
- Serverless Architecture: Take advantage of our specialisation in serverless technologies for cost-effective and easily scalable applications.
- Service Oriented Architecture: We develop SOA solutions that enable modular and reusable software components.
- Evolutionary Architecture: We develop adaptive software architectures that master current challenges and flexibly adapt to future requirements. This ensures long-term value and agility for your business.
- Distributed Systems: Benefit from our expertise in microservices and self-contained systems for robust and flexible distributed applications.
- Complexity Management: Leverage our extensive knowledge and focused approach to develop intelligent solutions for your complex requirements.
- Architecture Reviews: We analyse your system architecture in the context of current and future requirements. We identify opportunities and deficits and provide you with clear options for action to optimise the performance and efficiency of your system.
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FAQ on Software Architecture
Software architecture is the conceptual and structural framework of a software application or system. It serves as a blueprint and contains important decisions about the selection of technologies, frameworks and design patterns. The software architecture defines the basic structures and guidelines that control the interaction of the various system components or modules. It is the backbone that provides the foundation for the development, quality and long-term success of a software project.
A well-designed software architecture is central to any software system for a number of reasons:
- It lays the foundation for scalability and performance by providing a robust framework that can easily adapt to growing numbers of users or changing business needs.
- Careful planning of the architecture promotes the maintainability and long-term extensibility of the software.
- A sound software architecture ensures the quality and reliability of the end product.
- It facilitates the implementation of security policies and contributes to the creation of robust, error-resistant applications.
- Clear structures and the use of proven design patterns allow a development team to work more efficiently and consistently, reducing the time to market of the product.
- A well-designed software architecture also promotes modularity and reusability of code, which speeds up the development process and makes it easier to integrate new features or technologies in the future.
Distributed systems are software architectures in which different components or services run on multiple physical or virtual machines. Specialised forms such as microservices and self-contained systems illustrate the flexibility and modularity of these architectures.
Microservices are smaller, independent services that each cover a specific business function and communicate with each other via network protocols. They are known for their high scalability and the ability to be developed independently.
Self-contained systems are similar, but typically larger and cover entire subdomains of a project.
Both approaches promote the decoupling of components, which leads to better maintainability and easier implementation of modern DevOps practices. In addition, these distributed systems increase system performance and reliability by effectively distributing the load across multiple servers. They are therefore ideal for agile and efficient development and operation of software applications.
Serverless and service-oriented architectures (SOA) are advanced software architecture models that each offer specific advantages for developing scalable and flexible applications.
In a serverless architecture, back-end services are hosted by a third-party provider, allowing developers to focus on implementing code rather than managing and maintaining servers. This encourages faster development and easy scalability.
In contrast, service-oriented architecture (SOA) focuses on creating modular and reusable services that communicate via network protocols. These services are independent of each other and can be easily integrated into large enterprise systems.
Both serverless and SOA are designed to promote the maintainability and agility of development processes, making them ideal for DevOps practices and agile development methodologies.
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