While designing a global bank's Money-Link, the clustering of non-functional properties suggested two "lobes": (1) transactional (enabling payments among affiliate banks), which required high-availability, high-security, and geographical distribution; and (2) analytic, with traditional database requirements. These purely architectural components coincided with business processes separately identified by business analysts. Architecture provided problem domain insight. © 2000 ACM.
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