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Top 15 articles enterprise architects are thankful for in 2022

Enable Architect has published hundreds of articles; these are the favorites architects turn to month after month.
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Since its launch in September 2020, Enable Architect has published more than 300 articles, yet there are a handful that our readers turn to month after month.

These articles are written by architects, engineers, and other professionals worldwide with varying levels of experience. The common thread among these perennial favorites is that they provide the information that software, cloud, systems, solution, chief, and other types of IT architects need to do their job better, which is what Enable Architect endeavors to do. Whether you're looking for insight on diagramming tools, cloud architecture, advancing your career, or any of the other things architects are interested in, we want Enable Architect to be a website you turn to.

Take a look at the top 15 articles that architects are reading in 2022. If any of them spark an idea for a new article that you think architects will be thankful for in 2023, please get in touch with us to share your suggestion. We're always on the lookout for new authors and topics, and there's no community better to let us know what we need to cover than our readers.

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Vicki Walker

Vicki Walker is Managing Editor of Enable Sysadmin and Enable Architect for Red Hat. She has more than 20 years of experience in technology publishing for companies including, Dark Reading, SAP, BlackBerry, and Network Computing. More about me

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