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Complex software development made simple
In a typical development cycle, multiple stakeholders offer their input about what the software should do. With so many needs, requirements, and ideas being communicated, there's a potential for the developer to misunderstand or misinterpret what gets communicated. The resulting software can be flawed or incomplete, which damages productivity and drives up cost.
Solve a specific problem, reduce development complexity
Domain-driven design (DDD) simplifies complex software development by getting developers and business decision-makers to solve a specific problem.
With DDD, the same terminology that is used with technical folks is also used with the non-technical individuals who might be defining the requirements of a project. That language is then used to create a domain model to reduce any disconnect between your stakeholders and developers.
Domain-driven design allows you to:
- Facilitate collaboration among stakeholders.
- Provide context for a model by defining a problem to solve.
- Base your design on the model.
- Continuously refine your conceptual model until the domain problem is solved.
Why engage Red Hat Consulting?
Red Hat consultants apply domain-driven design techniques to help you improve the development and deployment of applications by:
- Providing functional architects that apply DDD.
- Helping your teams collaborate to map the domain.
- Offering applications-development expertise to mistakes caused by gaps in learning.
- Providing subject-matter expertise in regard to Red Hat® JBoss® Middleware technologies.
- Speed applications delivery with Red Hat JBoss BRMS
- Visit the DDD community
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