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Cracking the IT Architect Interview and Key Domains

 
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Sameer,
On you book's page on the Packt website, it says "The book begins by providing descriptions of architecture skills and competencies that cover the 12 key domains", but in the introduction there's a chart and a table that list 13 domains; IT Strategy, Enterprisse Architecture, Architecture Governance, Application Architectire, Business Architecture, Data Architecture, Infrastructure and Security Architecture, SOA & Integration, Solution Architecture, Solution Architecture Scenarios Q&A, Emerging Technologies - SMAC, Methodologies & Frameworks, and NFR (Non-Functional Requirements).

Looking at that list, I'm guessing that Solution Architecture Scenarios Q&A isn't really a key domain, but it is listed in the chart and table, so I figured I'd ask and learn something.

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Burk
 
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Hey Burk,

        We had consolidated the domains and questions during the SME's reviews but we did update these details in the title later.

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Sameer
 
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Thanks for the reply. ALso wondering if you would put microservices under SOA?
 
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Or maybe it makes more sense to put microservices in the Cloud domain...

What are your thoughts?
 
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sameer paradkar wrote:Hey Burk,

        We had consolidated the domains and questions during the SME's reviews but we did update these details in the title later.

Regards,
Sameer



Sameer,
I was hoping to get you opinion on this topic. Given the popularity of microservices, it seems to me that for many architect positions, there's bound to be some questions about them.
Thank you,
Burk
 
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