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Architecture and Deployment

Software architecture is, simply, the organization of a system. This organization includes all components, how they interact with each other, the environment in which they operate, and the principles used to design the software. In many cases, it can also include the evolution of the software into the future.

Software Architecture of our App

Capacity Planning

In modern software environments, like those built on scalable microservices architectures, hitting capacity limits is a common cause of production-level incidents. It’s also, arguably, a type of incident teams can often prevent through proactive planning.

  1. How much capacity buffer do we need for each of our services?
  2. How much workload growth do we expect between now and our next capacity-planning iteration, factoring in both natural customer-driven growth and new product features?
  3. How much capacity do we need to add to each of our services so that we’ll still have our targeted free capacity buffer after any expected workload growth?

Error Handling

Error handling refers to the response and recovery procedures from error conditions present in a software application. In other words, it is the process comprised of anticipation, detection, and resolution of application errors, programming errors, or communication errors. Error handling helps in maintaining the normal flow of program execution. In fact, many applications face numerous design challenges when considering error-handling techniques.

  • Generated errors
  • Compile-time errors
  • Runtime errors

Sentry

In our software engineering projects, we use Sentry as our error monitoring and handling tool.

Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery (DR) is an organization’s ability to respond to and recover from an event that negatively affects business operations. The goal of DR methods is to enable the organization to regain use of critical systems and IT infrastructure as soon as possible after a disaster occurs. To prepare for this, organizations often perform an in-depth analysis of their systems and create a formal document to follow in times of crisis. This document is known as a disaster recovery plan.

Why it is important?

Disasters can inflict many types of damage with varying levels of severity, depending on the scenario. A brief network outage could result in frustrated customers and some loss of business to an e-commerce system. A hurricane or tornado could destroy an entire manufacturing facility, data center, or office.

Finale

It is always good to maintain your code within projects to ensure the quality of the software

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