Three and a half Roses

October 2013

  • Conway’s law: architecture is useless

    The title is a bit of an exaggeration of course, or is it? Remember Conway’s law? It states that organizations which design systems … are constrained to produce designs which are copies of the communication structures of these organizations Remember this next time you think to yourself: “who concocted this overly complex, twisted, lasagna-like dumbo… Continue reading

  • What is architecture?

    Recently someone asked me: “Say, how would you define architecture?”. This made me remember the IEEE definition which really captures the essence. I think it is worthwhile to repeat it here, since it speaks for itself: The fundamental organization of a system embodied in its components, their relationships to each other, and to the environment,… Continue reading

About Me

As an experienced enterprise architect with a deep-rooted passion for cloud, AI, and architectural design, I’ve guided numerous companies through the management of their existing application landscapes and facilitated their transition to a future state.