Data-Oriented Architecture

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There’s a little-known pattern in software architecture that deserves more attention. Data-Oriented Architecture was first described by Rajive Joshi in a 2007 whitepaper at RTI, and again in 2017 by Christian Vorhemus and Erich Schikuta at the University of Vienna in this iiWAS paper. DOA is an inversion of the traditional dichotomy between a monolithic binary and data store (monolithic architecture) on the one hand, and small, distributed…

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Eyas

Eyas

Software Engineer living in Brooklyn, NY. MIT Computer Science S.B. ’13, M.Eng. ‘14. From Amman, Jordan. Interested in politics, current affairs, and technology