Here are some examples of non-functional requirements to help you on your journey to more successful technology projects.
A technology guardrail provides technology decision-makers with the information and guidance needed to meet business goals and make better decisions for the organization.
They take many forms, including, but not limited to: guiding principles, policies, standards, non-functional requirements, and patterns, reference architectures.
Just getting started with technology guardrails? We recommend reading Technology Guardrails: Optimize your Enterprise first, for a basic overview of the topic.
Technology guiding principles are the easiest way to start making better technology decisions that result in better business outcomes.
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