Lesson 84 - Defining Deployability 
(April 20, 2020)

Most people would describe deployability as the ease of deployment, but it means much more than just the ceremony involved with deploying software. In this lesson Mark Richards defines what is meant architecturally by deployability, shows how it relates to architecture, and finally demonstrates how to objectively measure both of these through fitness functions.

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