What does an Enterprise Architect do?
A Solution Architect is charged with converting predetermined elements into a design used by architects as a blueprint. A Solution Architect seeks to balance various aspects of the project, from safety to design. Additionally, a Solution Architect researches advanced technologies and approaches regarding best practices in the field.
A Solution Architect is generally located within a large company and work alongside other professionals to bring their plans to life. They usually begin as Technical Architects and as they experience more organizational concepts within the company will become promoted to the role. A bachelor's degree is required for the position, with many holding degrees in Computer Science, Software Engineering or related fields. Individuals with a firm holistic understanding of both the operational and scope aspects of a project tend to excel in this position.
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