Why the name "Polylith"?

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The name combines the concept of 'many' with the concept of 'stones'.

Dictionary definition

Polylith:

A prehistoric monument consisting of many stones.

Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England

Think of monuments such as Stonehenge in England, the Drombeg stone circle in Ireland, or the Carnac stones in France. Each is a grouping of many stones in one place.

Our definition

Polylith:

A software architecture that allows you to compose systems with many building blocks, but develop as if all the blocks live in just one place.

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