Software architecture audit represents a helpful practice aimed to improve the project quality. Thanks to this practice our specialists can detect many shortcomings on time, so that they won’t result in significant labor expenses.
During the audit we usually define the following:
First of all, we need to know the business itself, as long as every enterprise has its own peculiarities. So, we interact closely with Clients to get a clear vision of their processes.
When conducting architecture audit, our team usually examines a database, servers, modules. If an app is small, we conduct our research at the modular level. In other words, the scope of work depends on the scale of a product.
The output of such audit is a document with a set of conclusions on what doesn’t work properly and our vision of what needs to be done to improve the situation.
After the audit is conducted, we usually proceed to development of architecture. Obviously, it needs to be designed in the way that ensures Customer’s preferences implementation.
To conduct successful software architecture development, we should know the following:
Here we would like you to know that we don’t intend to spend the maximum of your budget when offering our software development architecture services. We are happy to provide the detailing level which suits your demands the best way. Based on our experience, for some elements high level detailing is okay; for complex modules, however, more detailing is needed. Therefore, we always offer a service tailored to specific preferences of our Client.
The result of architecture development milestone is a document containing assumptions, schemes, diagrams.
If your system used to work properly, but stopped satisfying your needs for some reason, do not rush to refuse from using it. We’ll help you figure out what happened. We know what rewriting from scratch is – sometimes it’s not worth it. ISS Art experts will get to the bottom of your issue and come up with their conclusion, which is always realistic and expelled. Let us know if you’d like to discuss it in more detail.