Architecting enterprise solutions: patterns for high-capability Internet based systems

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John Wiley & Sons, May 31, 2004 - Computers - 364 pages
  • A practical, nuts-and-bolts guide to architectural solutions that describes step-by-step how to design robustness and flexibility into an Internet-based system
  • Based on real-world problems and systems, and illustrated with a running case study
  • Enables software architects and project managers to ensure that nonfunctional requirements are met so that the system won't fall over, that it can be maintained and upgraded without being switched off, and that it can deal with security, scalability, and performance demands
  • Platform and vendor independence will empower architects to challenge product-dictated limitations

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Paul Dyson has built large-scale internet-based systems for, Philips, and Interbrew, taking the role of application architect and designing both hardware and software architectures for the final solution and providing technical leadership to the development teams. He is a conference presenter and has chaired international events such as Europlop and OT.

Andy Longshaw specialises in J2EE, XML, Web-based technologies and components, particularly the design and architecture decisions. He is a trainer, writer, consultant and conference speaker.

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