Utter tosh and drivel
Let me introduce you to the real world since reality seems to be rather lacking within your pretentious little bubble, call it a service if you will.
Systems "Architects" (In fact anyone who calls themselves "architect" and has bugger all to do with building design) tend to be overblown arsebiscuits who simply like to call themselves by whatever the new fad is in lala land. These addicts to buzzwords would call themselves 'Hitlerspenispolisher' next week if they thought it made them sound more important in their own little minds.
Systems "Architects" tend to be the worst of the breed, in reality being nothing more than a bog standard consultant with a fetish for grandiose naming schemes. They come into the workplace, spout a load of words they read in a magazine like some kind of effluvia fountain and proceed to fuck everything up right royally. Then they get paid a ridiculous sum of money and bugger off to the nearest spa/salon to top up their fake tans never to be seen again until words like "responsibility" have ceased being bandied about.
Systems Administrators on the other hand, are the lowly, underpaid, underappreciated sods who all of a sudden become very important indeed. Because we can fix the mess. Because we can rip out the bollocks that the "Architect" had installed and actually build something that works, is more efficient and costs half as much. Because we had that shit on standby since we first suggested it and told management that paying an "Architect" would be a colossal waste of money for anything other than as a children's party clown.
Systems Administrators, they treat us like vermin, but it is because of us that they have a functioning business.
And soon, when you least expect it, we shall rise up and claim our rightful place! We shall do away with "Architects" and other dandified consultant twats! We will do away with the beancounters and the managers! We will rule the universe! (Nobody ever reads this far into a comment, so our plans are safe... for now)