This section continues the theme of how to execute, describing methods of execution and how to integrate architectural designs into ongoing work. We begin by creating an implementation that fits into the model of the high-level solution that we've put together based on the organizational requirements and within the target scope. From there, we build in mechanisms such as metrics and instrumentation that allow us to optimize and improve the solution over time, and since no project is ever perfectly executed out of the gate, we work through the various issues that can arise during execution, such as scoping failures, misaligned requirements, and technical hurdles. Lastly, we look at the design process as an iterative cycle that can be optimized and improved over time.
This section comprises the following chapters: