A SAD aims to keep all stakeholders on the same page and get formal agreement on solution design and requirements. As stakeholders comprise both business and technical users, you learned about various SAD views that the solution architect needs to consider. You need to include views for non-technical users, such as business, process, and logical views. For technical users, include views such as application, development, deployment, and operational views.
In this chapter, you learned about the detailed structure of the SAD, with major sections and subsections.
Various sections of the SAD include details such as an overview of the solution, business, and conceptual architecture. In the architecture diagram, you also learned about various architecture views, such as application, data, infrastructure, integration, and security. You learned about other sections for solution delivery consideration and operations management.
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