A professional's guide to solving complex problems while designing modern software Key Features Learn best practices for designing enterprise-grade software systems Understand the importance of building reliable, maintainable, and scalable systems Become a professional software architect by learning the most effective software design patterns and architectural concepts Book Description As businesses are undergoing a digital transformation to keep up with competition, it is now more important than ever for IT professionals to design systems to keep up with the rate of change while maintaining stability. This book takes you through the architectural patterns that power enterprise-grade software systems and the key architectural elements that enable change such as events, autonomous services, and micro frontends, along with demonstrating how to implement and operate anti-fragile systems. You'll divide up a system and define boundaries so that teams can work autonomously and accelerate the pace of innovation. The book also covers low-level event and data patterns that support the entire architecture, while getting you up and running with the different autonomous service design patterns. As you progress, you'll focus on best practices for security, reliability, testability, observability, and performance. Finally, the book combines all that you've learned, explaining the methodologies of continuous experimentation, deployment, and delivery before providing you with some final thoughts on how to start making progress. By the end of this book, you'll be able to architect your own event-driven, serverless systems that are ready to adapt and change so that you can deliver value at the pace needed by your business. What you will learn Explore architectural patterns to create anti-fragile systems that thrive with change Focus on DevOps practices that empower self-sufficient, full-stack teams Build enterprise-scale serverless systems Apply microservices principles to the frontend Discover how SOLID principles apply to software and database architecture Create event stream processors that power the event sourcing and CQRS pattern Deploy a multi-regional system, including regional health checks, latency-based routing, and replication Explore the Strangler pattern for migrating legacy systems Who this book is for This book is for software architects and aspiring software architects who want to learn about different patterns and best practices to design better software. Intermediate-level experience in software development and design is required. Beginner-level knowledge of the cloud will also help you get the most out of this software design book.
Architecting for innovation with events, autonomous services, and micro frontends John Gilbert, Ed Price. Software Architecture Patterns for Serverless Systems Architecting for innovation with events, autonomous services, ...
Author: John Gilbert
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Software Systems Architecture, Second Edition is a highly regarded, practitioner-oriented guide to designing and implementing effective architectures for information systems. It is both a readily accessible introduction to software architecture and an invaluable handbook of well-established best practices. With this book you will learn how to Design and communicate an architecture that reflects and balances the different needs of its stakeholders Focus on architecturally significant aspects of design, including frequently overlooked areas such as performance, resilience, and location Use scenarios and patterns to drive the creation and validation of your architecture Document your architecture as a set of related views Reflecting new standards and developments in the field, this new edition extends and updates much of the content, and Adds a “system context viewpoint” that documents the system's interactions with its environment Expands the discussion of architectural principles, showing how they can be used to provide traceability and rationale for architectural decisions Explains how agile development and architecture can work together Positions requirements and architecture activities in the project context Presents a new lightweight method for architectural validation Whether you are an aspiring or practicing software architect, you will find yourself referring repeatedly to the practical advice in this book throughout the lifecycle of your projects. A supporting Web site containing further information can be found at www.viewpoints-and-perspectives.info.
An architectural description is a set of products that documents an architecture in a way its stakeholders can understand and demonstrates that the architecture has met their concerns. Although every system has an architecture, ...
Author: Nick Rozanski
Traditionally, software engineers have defined security as a non-functional requirement. As such, all too often it is only considered as an afterthought, making software applications and services vulnerable to attacks. With the phenomenal growth in cybercrime, it has become imperative that security be an integral part of software engineering so that all software assets are protected and safe. Architecting Secure Software Systems defines how security should be incorporated into basic software engineering at the requirement analysis phase, continuing this sharp focus into security design, secured programming, security testing, and secured deployment. Outlines Protection Protocols for Numerous Applications Through the use of examples, this volume defines a myriad of security vulnerabilities and their resultant threats. It details how to do a security requirement analysis and outlines the security development lifecycle. The authors examine security architectures and threat countermeasures for UNIX, .NET, Java, mobile, and Web environments. Finally, they explore the security of telecommunications and other distributed services through Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The book employs a versatile multi-platform approach that allows users to seamlessly integrate the material into their own programming paradigm regardless of their individual programming backgrounds. The text also provides real-world code snippets for experimentation. Define a Security Methodology from the Initial Phase of Development Almost all assets in our lives have a virtual presence and the convergence of computer information and telecommunications makes these assets accessible to everyone in the world. This volume enables developers, engineers, and architects to approach security in a holistic fashion at the beginning of the software development lifecycle. By securing these systems from the project’s inception, the monetary and personal privacy catastrophes caused by weak systems can potentially be avoided.
Architecting. Secure. Software. Systems. 2.1. Building. Secured. Systems. If you want to become a good building architect, do you need to study how to tear down a building? No, for sure! However, if you are building a skyscraper in an ...
Author: Asoke K. Talukder
Publisher: CRC Press
This title puts together the viewpoints of all the key contributors and players in the SoSE community, and defines this discipline's challenges and their solutions.
... 186 electric power systems grids , 12 emergence , 169 engineering challenges , 63 environment architecture , 80 , 226 framework , 281 future combat missions , 16 global earth observation , 14 healthcare systems , 14 heterogeneous ...
Author: Mohammad Jamshidi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Category: Technology & Engineering
For more and more systems, software has moved from a peripheral to a central role, replacing mechanical parts and hardware and giving the product a competitive edge. Consequences of this trend are an increase in: the size of software systems, the variability in software artifacts, and the importance of software in achieving the system-level properties. Software architecture provides the necessary abstractions for managing the resulting complexity. We here introduce the Third Working IEEFlIFIP Conference on Software Architecture, WICSA3. That it is already the third such conference is in itself a clear indication that software architecture continues to be an important topic in industrial software development and in software engineering research. However, becoming an established field does not mean that software architecture provides less opportunity for innovation and new directions. On the contrary, one can identify a number of interesting trends within software architecture research. The first trend is that the role of the software architecture in all phases of software development is more explicitly recognized. Whereas initially software architecture was primarily associated with the architecture design phase, we now see that the software architecture is treated explicitly during development, product derivation in software product lines, at run-time, and during system evolution. Software architecture as an artifact has been decoupled from a particular lifecycle phase.
17th World Computer Congress – TC2 Stream / 3rd IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA3), ... tool for understanding legacy systems, University of Victoria, http://www.rigi.csc.uvic.ca/ Riva C., Reverse Architecting: an ...
Author: Jan Bosch
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the First Automotive Software Workshop, ASWD 2004, held in San Diego, CA, USA in January 2004. The 10 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 26 lectures held at the workshop that brought together experts from industry and academia, working on highly complex, distributed, reactive software systems related to the automotive domain.
10091024. Rechtin, E. and M.W. Maier, The Art of Systems Architecting. 2002, Boca Raton, USA: CRC Press. 313. Kopetz, H. and G. Bauer, The Time-Triggered Architecture. Proceedings of the IEEE, 2003. 91(January 2003): p. 112-126.
Author: Manfred Broy
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Author: Anton Meijer
Publisher: Pitman Publishing
Category: Computer network architectures
Computer Systems Architecture provides IT professionals and students with the necessary understanding of computer hardware. It addresses the ongoing issues related to computer hardware and discusses the solutions supplied by the industry. The book describes trends in computing solutions that led to the current available infrastructures, tracing the initial need for computers to recent concepts such as the Internet of Things. It covers computers’ data representation, explains how computer architecture and its underlying meaning changed over the years, and examines the implementations and performance enhancements of the central processing unit (CPU). It then discusses the organization, hierarchy, and performance considerations of computer memory as applied by the operating system and illustrates how cache memory significantly improves performance. The author proceeds to explore the bus system, algorithms for ensuring data integrity, input and output (I/O) components, methods for performing I/O, various aspects relevant to software engineering, and nonvolatile storage devices, such as hard drives and technologies for enhancing performance and reliability. He also describes virtualization and cloud computing and the emergence of software-based systems’ architectures. Accessible to software engineers and developers as well as students in IT disciplines, this book enhances readers’ understanding of the hardware infrastructure used in software engineering projects. It enables readers to better optimize system usage by focusing on the principles used in hardware systems design and the methods for enhancing performance.
Aspect-Oriented Architecture Aspect-oriented programing (or architecture) was developed following two major trends: • The increased complexity of software-based systems and the understanding that one architecture, flexible and ...
Author: Aharon Yadin
Publisher: CRC Press
A System Developer's Primer William H. Inmon. THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ £0 Jun 25 1985cience library This book is due on the last DATE stamped below. t;"| " ' ' ' || || , , * * * * * * *- * * - - DUE ...
Author: William H. Inmon
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems, ARCS 2011, held in Lake Como, Italy, in February 2011. The 22 revised full papers presented in seven technical sessions were carefully reviewed and selected from 62 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on customization and application specific accelerators; multi/many-core architectures; adaptive system architectures; processor architectures; memory architectures optimization; organic and autonomic computing; network-on-chip architectures.
Section 5 presents the architecture deployment language, which has been developed to assemble the generic building blocks. ... For example a number of existing systems use the layered architecture such as TEA-system , which comprises ...
Author: Mladen Berekovic