Should it be the role of the architect review of prices on technology stack?

Did the presentation of my work with the review stack Bamboo + BitBucket + Clover + Crucible + FishEye. 100+ slides presentasi literate (who wants to throw off the PM, so I'll say it's good))) Now I have some asks about the prices of servers and other nobody which to develop exactly has nothing. In connection with this matter - to read about the license, about the cost, evaluate the value of implementing the stack for the business should I as an architect and part-time Major or business analysts (which are)?
July 2nd 19 at 13:22
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July 2nd 19 at 13:24
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No matter the architect or not, but if you offer a technical solution, then it is a reasonable question on the part of those who will open the wallet to see how much it will cost. In principle, a good indicator that your decision interested, if you think about money. So it solves the immediate problems, not a lengthy theory known about.
To refuse to provide a rough estimate would be to look as if you this issue was never interested and this in turn means that you do not consider the interests of potential customers or firms. Your estimates need not be particularly accurate, people need an idea how many of the zeroes from the total amount) Specify that the prices at the moment. If you ask and can it be cheaper, you'll have to think further and the arithmetic mean on a napkin is enough.
in the end and agreed) - Lois_Prohaska commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:27
July 2nd 19 at 13:26
Happens and so and so.

A good architect generally has an idea on the cost of implementation. Because price is one of the factors for the architect to use or not use technology.
no, of course I imagine the price and watched all, but from the point of view of separation of duties, for some reason I think this is not quite correct - Lois_Prohaska commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:29
Prices on servers - not your job, it's the problem of who will implement the technology for the specified load requirements.
And the cost of licenses for libraries and development tools - can, in principle, either to themselves or to say that you need help on the part of IT that will is all set up. - Lois_Prohaska commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:32
so, I have a part of IT kagbe)))) - Jeff28 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:35
: Well, if no one to throw, it remains to clarify - you will only develop, or do you develop and implement the product at the customer?

If implemented, it is clear that according to the requirements, you need to assess what hardware will they correspond to and to engage in its purchase, configuration and installation of the product/configuration. Some of the money. - Lois_Prohaska commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:38
: there are a sysadmin, part-time head of the IT Department. But in the end he was satisfied with the average "on a napkin" - Jeff28 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:41
July 2nd 19 at 13:28
In fact the answer - all in different ways are the responsibilities of the company. Technically you owe what you have written in job (they are required by law to be, you had to sign when applying for a job).
Informal - it is necessary to look as they have in the company.
Generally speaking server, and prices have the most direct attitude to development. The task of the developer (architect) - to provide the cheapest suitable solution according to the criteria of the task.
But business intelligence is likely about technology and what they require server - don't know. And, in General, should not. Business analysts are the ones who listen to what they tell the business, translate it into the language of logic and circuits and passed to the developers. If simplistically speaking.
July 2nd 19 at 13:30
Consider this a raise
Now you're delivery Manager
in fact the TS asked for the expenditure of the feasibility study (Feasibility study). Don't think that he gets the role of delivery Manager. Powers he did not, for example. Therefore, it does not increase. - Lois_Prohaska commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:33
July 2nd 19 at 13:32
Ideally, the selection process technology provides an overview of several products and the final selection takes into account both the functional stuff (which can and as well/he can't do it), and the complexity and cost of implementation.

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