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No one can predict the eventual success of a software solution.  However, no one wants to find themselves in the unenviable position of not being able to scale to meet market demands.  There are always trade-offs to be made.  Cost, time-to-market, and eventual market share are most often in direct competition with one another.  Follow the links below for some possible solutions to this classic problem.

Infrastructure

Is your solution based on an industry standard infrastructure?  How do you know it's an industry standard?  In what direction is the infrastructure heading?  Is your solution going to be able to leverage the growth and evolution of the chosen infrastructure?  Was there a better alternative?  How do you know you chose the best infrastructure for your current and future needs?

Architecture

Who architected your solution?  Were they qualified to be an architect?  What were the key issues driving the choice of architecture?  Is the architecture based on an emerging, existing, or obsolete industry standard?  How flexible is the architecture?  Can it track anticipated changes to your infrastructure?  Can it leverage anticipated enhancements to your infrastructure?

Implementation

Is the implementation true to the architecture?  Does it leverage the infrastructure?  Is it flexible enough to be extended or enhanced without a major new investment in labor costs?


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