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Welcome to Architecture Guidance Center! This section is focused on helping you meet your software architecture objectives. Use the Agile Architecture Method to shape your design throughout the life cycle. Address quality attributes through modeling techniques (such as performance modeling and threat modeling) and inspections. Use architecture design and deployment inspections to implement proven practices. Use the guidelines, principles, and practices to improve your software design.


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Agile Architecture - You can use agile architecture to shape your software's design to meet your architecture objectives, evaluate trade-offs, and iteratively and incrementally shape your design throughout the life cycle.



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