1. Sense-check: Could it make any logical sense to offer this thing "as a service"? - Deepstash

1. Sense-check: Could it make any logical sense to offer this thing "as a service"?

  • Is this thing independent enough?
  • Would consumers understand or value it?
  • Would it simplify execution?

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The Independent Service Heuristics (ISH) are rules-of-thumb (clues) for identifying candidate value streams and domain boundaries by seeing if they could be run as a separate SaaS/cloud product. The ISH approach is a “rapid results” approach, and complementary to the approaches from Domain-driven Design (DDD).

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