Base Architecture Boot Camp

The Base Architecture Boot Camp is an onsite, or on request remote, 3-day instructor-led course that focuses on architecture design for scalable, high-performance applications. It features group discussion and hands-on activities in the OutSystems Development Environment, using tools developed for creating and maintaining a good and sound architecture. The Boot Camp is focused on real-life problem solving, with full-time support from a dedicated instructor.  

By the end of the week, you will be able to start designing scalable architecture solutions that will contribute to improving the performance, lifecycle agility, and maintainability of your OutSystems applications.  

Also, you’ll be able to take a shot at the Architecture Specialization Exam for free! 


What will you learn 

You will learn about the fundamentals of OutSystems architecture design, such as: 

  • Architecture Design with OutSystems 
  • Architecture Best Practices 
  • Architecture validation rules and tools 
  • Mobile Architecture 
  • Front-End Architecture 


  • OutSystems Architecture Canvas 
  • Architecture Design 
  • Design Best Practices 
  • Architecture Validation 
  • Architecture Patterns 
  • Application Composition 
  • Validating Application Architecture 
  • Refactoring 
  • Mobile Architecture 
  • Scalable Front-End Architecture 
  • Final Project 
  • Sample Test 

Who should attend? 

This course is targeted to: 

  • Architects
  • Tech Leads
  • Developers


Although there are no mandatory prerequisites, for a smoother and more complete learning experience, we recommend the previous experience as an Architect or Tech Lead, or to have at least 1 year of experience as an OutSystems Developer. 


Price per person

€ 1.950,- (excluding VAT)

Duration of this course

3 days

Course dates

6 - 8 february 2023
12 - 14 april 2023
12 - 14 june 2023

The teacher


"I can share all my practical experience with students. In addition, I learn from the challenges that the students struggle with in daily practice, which I can then process in the next training."

Robert Hantink

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