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Software Architecture Foundation

Author : Gernot Starke
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This book covers everything you need to master the iSAQB© Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Foundation Level (CPSA-F) certification. This internationally renowned education and certification schema defines various learning path for practical software architects. This book concentrates on the foundation level examination. It explains and clarifies all 40+ learning goals of the CPSA-F© curriculum. In addition, you find step-by-step preparation guide for the examination. Please beware: This book is not meant as a replacement for existing software architecture books and courses, but strongly focusses on explaining and clarifying the iSAQB CPSA-F foundation.

Software Architecture Fundamentals

Author : Mahbouba Gharbi
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Software architecture is an important factor for the success of any software project. In the context of systematic design and construction, solid software architecture ensures the fulfilment of quality requirements such as expandability, flexibility, performance, and time-to-market. Software architects reconcile customer requirements with the available technical options and the prevailing conditions and constraints. They ensure the creation of appropriate structures and smooth interaction of all system components. As team players, they work closely with software developers and other parties involved in the project. This book gives you all the basic know-how you need to begin designing scalable system software architectures. It goes into detail on all the most important terms and concepts and how they relate to other IT practices. Following on from the basics, it describes the techniques and methods required for the planning, documentation, and quality management of software architectures. It details the role, the tasks, and the work environment of a software architect, as well as looking at how the job itself is embedded in company and project structures. The book is designed for self-study and covers the curriculum for the Certified Professional for Software Architecture – Foundation Level (CPSA-F) exam as defined by the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB).

Software Architecture Foundation

Author : Gernot Starke
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This book covers everything you need to master the iSAQB© Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Foundation Level (CPSA-F) certification. This internationally renowned education and certification schema defines various learning path for practical software architects. This book concentrates on the foundation level examination. It explains and clarifies all 40+ learning goals of the CPSA-F© curriculum. In addition, you find step-by-step preparation guide for the examination. Please beware: This book is not meant as a replacement for existing software architecture books and courses, but strongly focusses on explaining and clarifying the iSAQB CPSA-F foundation.

Software Architecture

Author : Richard N. Taylor
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Software architecture is foundational to the development of large, practical software-intensive applications. This brand-new text covers all facets of software architecture and how it serves as the intellectual centerpiece of software development and evolution. Critically, this text focuses on supporting creation of real implemented systems. Hence the text details not only modeling techniques, but design, implementation, deployment, and system adaptation -- as well as a host of other topics -- putting the elements in context and comparing and contrasting them with one another. Rather than focusing on one method, notation, tool, or process, this new text/reference widely surveys software architecture techniques, enabling the instructor and practitioner to choose the right tool for the job at hand. Software Architecture is intended for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses in software architecture, software design, component-based software engineering, and distributed systems; the text may also be used in introductory as well as advanced software engineering courses.

Software Architecture Foundation

Author : Van Haren Publishing
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'This book covers everything you need to master the iSAQB(c) Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Foundation Level (CPSA-F) certification. This internationally renowned education and certification schema defines various learning path for practical software architects. This book concentrates on the foundation level examination. It explains and clarifies all 40+ learning goals of the CPSA-F(c) curriculum. In addition, you find step-by-step preparation guide for the examination. Please beware: This book is not meant as a replacement for existing software architecture books and courses, but strongly focusses on explaining and clarifying the iSAQB CPSA-F foundation.

Software Architecture Fundamentals

Author : Mahbouba Gharbi
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Software architecture is an important factor for the success of any software project. In the context of systematic design and construction, solid software architecture ensures the fulfilment of quality requirements such as expandability, flexibility, performance, and time-to-market. Software architects reconcile customer requirements with the available technical options and the prevailing conditions and constraints. They ensure the creation of appropriate structures and smooth interaction of all system components. As team players, they work closely with software developers and other parties involved in the project. This book gives you all the basic know-how you need to begin designing scalable system software architectures. It goes into detail on all the most important terms and concepts and how they relate to other IT practices. Following on from the basics, it describes the techniques and methods required for the planning, documentation, and quality management of software architectures. It details the role, the tasks, and the work environment of a software architect, as well as looking at how the job itself is embedded in company and project structures. The book is designed for self-study and covers the curriculum for the Certified Professional for Software Architecture – Foundation Level (CPSA-F) exam as defined by the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB).

Software Architecture

Author : Danny Weyns
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Software Architecture, ECSA 2015, held in Cavtat, Croatia in September 2015. The 12 full papers and 15 short papers presented together with three education and training papers in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 100 submissions. They are organized in topical sections named: adaptation; design approaches; decisions and social aspects; education and training; cloud and green; agile and smart systems; analysis and automation; services and ecosystems.

Becoming an Agile Software Architect

Author : Rajesh R V
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A guide to successfully operating in a lean-agile organization for solutions architects and enterprise architects Key Features Develop the right combination of processes and technical excellence to address architectural challenges Explore a range of architectural techniques to modernize legacy systems Discover how to design and continuously improve well-architected sustainable software Book Description Many organizations have embraced Agile methodologies to transform their ability to rapidly respond to constantly changing customer demands. However, in this melee, many enterprises often neglect to invest in architects by presuming architecture is not an intrinsic element of Agile software development. Since the role of an architect is not pre-defined in Agile, many organizations struggle to position architects, often resulting in friction with other roles or a failure to provide a clear learning path for architects to be productive. This book guides architects and organizations through new Agile ways of incrementally developing the architecture for delivering an uninterrupted, continuous flow of values that meets customer needs. You'll explore various aspects of Agile architecture and how it differs from traditional architecture. The book later covers Agile architects' responsibilities and how architects can add significant value by positioning themselves appropriately in the Agile flow of work. Through examples, you'll also learn concepts such as architectural decision backlog,the last responsible moment, value delivery, architecting for change, DevOps, and evolutionary collaboration. By the end of this Agile book, you'll be able to operate as an architect in Agile development initiatives and successfully architect reliable software systems. What you will learn Acquire clarity on the duties of architects in Agile development Understand architectural styles such as domain-driven design and microservices Identify the pitfalls of traditional architecture and learn how to develop solutions Understand the principles of value and data-driven architecture Discover DevOps and continuous delivery from an architect's perspective Adopt Lean-Agile documentation and governance Develop a set of personal and interpersonal qualities Find out how to lead the transformation to achieve organization-wide agility Who this book is for This agile study guide is for architects currently working on agile development projects or aspiring to work on agile software delivery, irrespective of the methodology they are using. You will also find this book useful if you're a senior developer or a budding architect looking to understand an agile architect's role by embracing agile architecture strategies and a lean-agile mindset. To understand the concepts covered in this book easily, you need to have prior knowledge of basic agile development practices.

Software Architect s Handbook

Author : Joseph Ingeno
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A comprehensive guide to exploring software architecture concepts and implementing best practices Key Features Enhance your skills to grow your career as a software architect Design efficient software architectures using patterns and best practices Learn how software architecture relates to an organization as well as software development methodology Book Description The Software Architect’s Handbook is a comprehensive guide to help developers, architects, and senior programmers advance their career in the software architecture domain. This book takes you through all the important concepts, right from design principles to different considerations at various stages of your career in software architecture. The book begins by covering the fundamentals, benefits, and purpose of software architecture. You will discover how software architecture relates to an organization, followed by identifying its significant quality attributes. Once you have covered the basics, you will explore design patterns, best practices, and paradigms for efficient software development. The book discusses which factors you need to consider for performance and security enhancements. You will learn to write documentation for your architectures and make appropriate decisions when considering DevOps. In addition to this, you will explore how to design legacy applications before understanding how to create software architectures that evolve as the market, business requirements, frameworks, tools, and best practices change over time. By the end of this book, you will not only have studied software architecture concepts but also built the soft skills necessary to grow in this field. What you will learn Design software architectures using patterns and best practices Explore the different considerations for designing software architecture Discover what it takes to continuously improve as a software architect Create loosely coupled systems that can support change Understand DevOps and how it affects software architecture Integrate, refactor, and re-architect legacy applications Who this book is for The Software Architect’s Handbook is for you if you are a software architect, chief technical officer (CTO), or senior developer looking to gain a firm grasp of software architecture.

Sustainable Software Architecture

Author : Carola Lilienthal
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Today's programmers don't develop software systems from scratch. instead, they spend their time fixing, extending, modifying, and enhancing existing software. Legacy systems often turn into an unwieldy mess that becomes increasingly difficult to modify, and with architecture that continually accumulates technical debt. Carola Lilienthal has analyzed more than 300 software systems written in Java, C#, C++, PHP, ABAP, and TypeScript and, together with her teams, has successfully refactored them. This book condenses her experience with monolithic systems, architectural and design patterns, layered architectures, domain-driven design, and microservices. With more than 200 color images from real-world systems, good and sub-optimal sample solutions are presented in a comprehensible and thorough way, while recommendations and suggestions based on practical projects allow the reader to directly apply the author's knowledge to their daily work. "Throughout the book, Dr. Lilienthal has provided sound advice on diagnosing, understanding, disentangling, and ultimately preventing the issues that make software systems brittle and subject to breakage. In addition to the technical examples that you'd expect in a book on software architecture, she takes the time to dive into the behavioral and human aspects that impact sustainability and, in my experience, are inextricably linked to the health of a codebase. She also expertly zooms out, exploring architecture concepts such as domains and layers, and then zooms in to the class level where your typical developer works day-to-day. This holistic approach is crucial for implementing long-lasting change." From the Foreword of Andrea Goulet CEO, Corgibytes, Founder, Legacy Code Rocks