(Sometimes also known as Applied Architecture). The last type of architecture is the one that deals with the implementation within a Programme or Project. It receives context and guidance from one or more domain architectures (ideally the so called Domain Reference Architectures) but make implementation decisions in support of the Programme or Project. Usually Solution Architectures consist of elements of one or more domains and will almost always have the Business, Application and Technology dimensions.
The big difference between Solution Architectures and the other two is that in the case of Solution Architectures the Architect is a member of the Project and as such primarily driven by the Project Statement of Work. Therefore the delivery of the project takes precedence and the emphasis is more on Project delivery and less on organisational capacity.
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