An architectural pattern is a general, reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software architecture within a given context.  Architectural patterns are similar to software design patterns but have a broader scope. The architectural patterns address various issues in software engineering, such as computer hardware performance limitations, high availability and minimization of a business risk.
Some architectural patterns have been implemented within software frameworks. Following traditional building architecture, a 'software architectural style' is a specific method of construction, characterized by the features that make it notable". Custom applications databases
Some treat architectural patterns and architectural styles as the same,  some treat styles as specializations of patterns.
What they have in common is both patterns and styles are idioms for architects to use, they "provide a common language"  or "vocabulary"  with which to describe classes of systems. Layers
Pipe and filter architecture
Analytics and business intelligence
Master data hub
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Garlan, Software architecture: perspectives on an emerging discipline. EAI/ ESB
Robotic process automation
Transactional reporting data access
List of software architecture styles and patterns
An architectural style defines: a family of systems in terms of a pattern of structural organization; a vocabulary of components and connectors, with constraints on how they can be combined.
Multitier architecture (often three-tier or n-tier)
Model–view–controller, Presentation-abstraction-control, Model-view-presenter, and Model-view-viewmodel
Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture: A System of Patterns. Basic callback
Text analytics and NLP
Analytical reporting data access
For the use of the word "pattern" in the field of architecture, see Pattern (architecture).
Process Driven Messaging Service
ETL (data extraction transformation and loading)
Here is a list of architecture patterns, and corresponding software design patterns and solution patterns. Dimensional data modeling
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Dashofy, Software architecture: Foundations, Theory and Practice. Modeling standards
Near real-time ETL
Data integration/ SOA
Software design patterns
Some additional examples of architectural patterns:
Avgeriou, Paris; Uwe Zdun (2005).
"Architectural patterns revisited:a pattern language". 10th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPlop 2005), Irsee, Germany, July. Master data services
Master data management
Master data store
Software Architecture in Practice: Second Edition. Even though an architectural pattern conveys an image of a system, it is not an architecture.
An architectural pattern is a concept that solves and delineates some essential cohesive elements of a software architecture. Countless different architectures may implement the same pattern and share the related characteristics. Patterns are often defined as "strictly described and commonly available".
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Packaged application databases
Classic machine learning
E-R data modeling
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Archived from the original on 2012-06-23. Even though an architectural pattern conveys an image of a system, it is not an architecture as such.
An architectural pattern is rather a concept that solves and delineates some essential cohesive elements of a software architecture. Countless different architectures may implement the same pattern and thereby share the related characteristics. Furthermore, patterns are often defined as something "strictly described and commonly available".
Analytical dashboard data access
The main difference is that a pattern can be seen as a solution to a problem, while a style is more general and does not require a problem to solve for its appearance. In-memory analytics
Transaction data stores (TDS/OLTP)
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The Design and Implementation of OS2F" . Journal of Software Engineering Studies, Vol. The Third Taiwan Conference on Software Engineering (TCSE07). Archived from the original on 2011-09-22.
Furthermore, patterns are often defined as something "strictly described and commonly available". For example, layered architecture is a call-and-return style, when it defines an overall style to interact. An architectural style is a named collection of architectural design decisions that (1) are applicable in a given development context, (2) constrain architectural design decisions that are specific to a particular system within that context, and (3) elicit beneficial qualities in each resulting system.
Operational dashboard data access
Change data capture
Slowly changing dimensions load
Master data synchronization
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Message exchange patterns
Master data replication
Natural language generation
Operational data store (ODS)
Operational reporting data access
Image and video analysis
Common layers in an information system logical architecture.