Application Architecture

At metaWeave applications architecture is specified on the basis of our clients business requirements.

This involves defining the interaction between application packages, databases, and middleware systems in terms of functional coverage. This helps identify any integration problems or gaps in functional coverage. A migration plan can then be drawn up for systems which are at the end of the software life cycle or which have inherent technological risks.

Applications Architecture means managing how multiple applications are poised to work together. It is different from software architecture, which deals with design concerns of one application.

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