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Thread: Architecture to be followed

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    Question Architecture to be followed

    Recently i was assigned to a project of implementing Biometric attendance in a government school . Which architecture should i follow under current scenario to utilise maximum resources in an efficient way ?

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    Default Re: Architecture to be followed

    SOA is best; as you can try running maximum/all services in a single system when the load is minimal or average; and can cluster & scale up when the load increases.

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