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

Author: Paul Dyson; Andy Longshaw
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2004.
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Paul Dyson has built large-scale internet-based systems for Lastminute.com, Philips, ThinkNatural.com 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  Read more...
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Dyson, Paul.
Architecting enterprise solutions.
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2004
(DLC) 2004001727
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Dyson; Andy Longshaw
ISBN: 0470856122 9780470856123
OCLC Number: 133159616
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 364 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements --
An All-Too-Common Story --
In the beginning ... --
In the middle ... --
In the end ... --
Chapter 1 Introduction --
What this Book is About --
What this Book is Not About --
Why Write this Book? --
Who Should Read this Book? --
Architects --
Developers --
Project Managers --
Students and Trainees --
The Structure of the Book --
Part 1 --
Part 2 --
Part 3 --
Reading the Book --
PART 1 Architecture, Patterns and Internet Technology --
Chapter 2 System Architecture --
Architecture, Design and 'Goodness of Fit' --
How does this Relate to System Architecture? --
What are the Non-functional Characteristics we Care About? --
Balancing the Non-functional Characteristics --
Defining System Architectures --
Why do we Care About System Architecture? --
Summary --
Chapter 3 Internet Technology Systems --
Types of Internet Technology System --
Why do we Build Systems Using Internet Technology? --
Building Blocks of Internet Technology Systems --
Why is it Difficult? --
Summary --
Chapter 4 Architectural Patterns for Internet Technology Systems --
Patterns, Languages and Internet Technology --
Why do we use Patterns? --
Patterns vs Principles --
Organization of the Patterns --
Presentation of the Patterns --
Navigating the Language --
Summary --
Chapter 5 The GlobalTech System --
The Business Case --
The System Overview --
Summary --
PART 2 The Patterns --
Chapter 6 Fundamental Patterns --
Getting the Shape Right --
APPLICATION SERVER ARCHITECTURE --
PERIPHERAL SPECIALIST ELEMENTS --
What makes these Patterns Fundamental? --
Summary --
Chapter 7 System Performance Patterns --
I Feel the Need, the Need for Speed --
Principles --
ACTIVE-REDUNDANT ELEMENTS --
LOAD-BALANCED ELEMENTS --
SESSION FAILOVER --
DEDICATED WEB AND APPLICATION SERVERS --
COMMON PERSISTENT STORE --
Why Tiers are not a Catastrophe --
DATA REPLICATION. CONNECTION LIMITATION --
RESOURCE POOLING --
LOCAL CACHE --
OFFLINE REPORTING --
Other Patterns --
Chapter 8 System Control Patterns --
Dangerous (adj.): Speed Without Control --
Terminology --
CONTINUAL STATUS REPORTING --
OPERATIONAL MONITORING AND ALERTING --
3-CATEGORY LOGGING --
SYSTEM OVERVIEW --
DYNAMICALLY-ADJUSTABLE CONFIGURATION --
DEMILITARIZED ZONE --
INFORMATION OBSCURITY --
SECURE CHANNELS --
Secure Sockets Layer and SSL Acceleration --
KNOWN PARTNERS --
Other Patterns --
Chapter 9 System Evolution Patterns --
Plus Ça Change --
Principles --
DYNAMICALLY-DISCOVERABLE ELEMENTS --
EXPANDABLE HARDWARE --
VIRTUAL PLATFORM --
SWAPPABLE STAGING ENVIRONMENT --
SEPARATE SYSTEM-MANAGED DATA --
Other Patterns --
PART 3 Application of the Patterns --
Chapter 10 GlobalTech Revisited --
Reviewing the Architecture --
Architecting for System Performance --
Architecting for System Control --
Architecting for System Evolution --
Summary --
Chapter 11 Applying the Patterns --
Not Quite the Simplest System that Could Work --
Which Patterns to Apply --
A Process for Applying the Patterns? --
Examples of Applying the Patterns --
Summary --
Chapter 12 Moving on from Here --
Technology --
Tool Support --
Development Process --
An Evolutionary Approach to Architecture --
Conclusion --
Appendix Reference Patterns --
Bibliography --
Glossary --
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