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Ultra-Stable Software Design in C++?

g_braad Domain centered/Hexagonal architecture (690 comments)

I would suggest to create the software using a preferably a stateless domain and connect any relying system using a service/adapter. this way your application would still functoning even when loosing a certain service. You can loosely couple your dependencies... This is often called a Domain centered architecture or as Alistair Cockburn calls it: url: paaa/hexagonalportsandadaptersarchitecture.htm We use it for almost all the software we create, instead of the more traditional tiered architecture.

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