Software Architecture: A Case Based Approach

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Pearson Education India, 2009 - Computer architecture - 280 pages
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This is a very different book on Software Architecture. It brings in Services Industry perspective which is missing in all other books/material that is available in this area. The approach is innovative and very interesting. Using case studies to teach the subject is excellent. I liked the style in which the book is written and the organization of the book is excellent. I wish more software architecture topics are covered in the same manner in the same book. It is not a light reading material. It expects the reader to put in effort not only read through, but also to think through the material.
Overall an excellent book giving a new perspective from Indian software services industry perspective.
 

Contents

Software Architecture Primer
1
Where Is the Architecture?Story of a Sick Health Insurance Application
38
Refining and Refactoring ArchitectureStory of McCombbs Call Centre
78
T Architecture EvaluationDeveloping a Futuristic Travel Search Engine
121
Moving from software architecture to software DesignBuilding
154
Portal of Universal Bank
183
Emerging Trends in Software Architecture
224
References
251
Index
257
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