What is Infrastructure Architecture?

Infrastructure Architecture, also known as “Technical Architecture,” has evolved in recent years to include two categories: physical and virtual infrastructure. Although all infrastructure defaults to a hardware foundation, the Cloud Computing revolution has propelled the complexity of infrastructure architecture. Infrastructure architecture mainly focuses on the non-functional processes of a solution. It spells out all of the infrastructure-related components that satisfy requirements for availability, stability, scalability, security, and operability.


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