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C4 Model – Unlock Effective Collaboration

Architectural Documentation at NashTech Working in Software Engineering [1] industry for over 20 years, we have experienced that software architecture design plays an important part. Not only do we need to consider how we organize the software elements, their characteristics, and relationship, but we also need to visualize them in a portable and evolutionary manner …

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Platform Engineering at NashTech

Platform Engineering Platform Engineering is a buzzword in 2023 – it lands at number 5 in the Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2023 below. We have heard about it from everyone and everywhere. “Gartner expects that by 2026, 80% of software engineering organizations will establish platform teams as internal providers of reusable services, components, and …

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Software Engineering at NashTech

Journey of software engineering at NashTech As you know, NT has worked in software outsourcing and product builds for customers in over the world for over 20 years now. During that time, we have experienced many software development methodologies from waterfall to agile development methodology. It helps us to streamline how we can consult, design, …

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Platform Engineering vs. Cloud Engineering

In today’s digital age, organizations are embracing cloud computing to unlock unprecedented scalability, flexibility, and cost efficiency. As cloud adoption continues to surge, new disciplines are emerging to ensure optimal utilization and management of cloud-based infrastructure. Two such disciplines are platform engineering and cloud engineering. While these terms are often used interchangeably, they represent distinct …

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