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Iâve been asked to take on the creation and production of a Reference Architecture document, covering the hardware, software, and processes for a deployment. The document is intended primarily to support the sales process, rather than being a part of the product documentation.
Has anybody got any experience of writing or managing the production of a Reference Architecture document?
Do you have any advice on the typical SMEs to assist with the definition of the architecture and contributing to the content? Did you encounter any pitfalls or conflicts?
Thanks for any advice.
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