Software Architecture Design

When the functional and non-functional requirements of a software project are known, it is time to put together a building plan for the application. This blueprint is written down in a Software Architecture Document. It describes how the software will be layered, which components will be used, how these components interact and where the components will be deployed. It lists the technologies and error handling strategy that will be used, what component will be built in what iteration etc.

It's the architect's responsibility to make the right choices here, since this building plan has a direct impact on development costs. The document contains information on the different trade-offs that were made and the technology selection is justified. Finally the development environment setup is described, chosen carefully to achieve the best possible developer efficiency for the project at hand.

This document is the primary input for the programmers.

Software Development

Someone has to actually build the software described in the Software Architecture Document. Sparkwired takes on the task to build your software, hiring additional developers on a freelance basis if the need arises. See, we try to keep overhead costs to a minimum.

Mainframe migration

A lot of companies opt to migrate away from their mainframe systems towards open systems, to gain flexibility and save costs. Sparkwired shows you the way, planning, architecting and building your open solution.

License cutting

Who doesn't wonder whether all those license fees for software and operating systems are really necessary? Sparkwired helps to find and implement open source alternatives in order to suppress or lower these fees. Free and proven alternatives are available, as well as professional support. Alternative open source operating systems include Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu, while LibreOffice is a widespread office productivity suite replacement for Microsoft Office. Did you check with accounting yet?