Architecture Principles for Changeability

  • Frank J. FurrerEmail author


One symptom characterizes today’s times: A high rate of change. This fact is especially true for information technology systems—they must continuously be adapted to new requirements, to changes in the operational environment, and evolving laws and regulations. Because of market pressure, these changes must be done under intense time and cost pressure. Therefore, an excellent changeability, i.e., a low resistance to change, is a crucial property of the IT system. Changeability is a consequence of good underlying architecture, which is implemented by following proven and enforceable architecture principles. This chapter introduces 12 tried and tested architecture principles to ensure sustainable changeability in evolving IT architectures.


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