Chapter 10. Infrastructure Matters
The road is built; the tires ready to screech—game on!
In everyday life, you may hear the question “How good is the infrastructure?” This question is applicable to a wide array of disciplines—from politics to transportation to health care and many more. Software development is not too different in this regard. The hardware infrastructure—the network, hosting, and servers—is among the most critical components that are instrumental in making a system operational; that is, for it to be deployed, accessible, and usable. Your system’s ability to support its nonfunctional requirements relies heavily on the shape, size, and placement of the infrastructure components.
This chapter briefly explores some of the essential ...