If someone ask you in interview over phone

"Please explain SharePoint 2010 Architecture?"

What will be proper answer to this?

I understand that SharePoint 2010 consist of many architecture like Logical, Physical, Workflow, service application etc. But am I wrong?

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  • The answer depends on the role. I would expect very different answers for that question from a business analyst and from a developer – Rob Windsor Aug 9 '13 at 19:05
  • I've converted this to Community Wiki. If it keeps getting flagged we may made need to close it because it is so vague. – SPDoctor Aug 12 '13 at 8:07

I think the SharePoint 2010 Architecture is the defined well in the "SharePoint Wheel". One may think this is way too vague of terms, but SharePoint itself is such a robust and expansive platform, that it's hard to define it all without some vagueness.

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For more in-depth explanation of each term: http://programmingshare-thienle.blogspot.com/2011/11/sharepoint-2010-wheel.html

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