Solution Architecture Patterns for Enterprise: A Guide to Building Enterprise Software Systems
Gain a deeper understanding of how distributed systems work, as well as which applications and systems are used for specific business domains or industries. This book provides a set of solution architecture patterns that were developed based on the author’s experience building enterprise software systems for hundreds of different organizations across the globe. The architecture diagrams (patterns) and examples allow you to not only grasp the concepts, but to build working projects.
Solution Architecture Patterns for Enterprise starts with an introduction to the concepts of enterprise software systems and solution architecture and later moves to individual solution architecture patterns used in real-world enterprises. Subsequent sections cover various industry-specific solution architecture patterns that can be used to build domain-specific software systems. The book concludes with a view of what the future holds for solution architecture, including likely new developments in the field.
This book will help enterprise software architects and engineers to design and implement real-world enterprise software systems using best practices and techniques adopted by organizations across the globe. It provides software architecture blueprints to build domain-specific enterprise software systems. If you are working on any digital transformation project or initiative, you will find this book useful, as it provides quick reference on architecture and implementation to get started with your work.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the key elements of enterprise software systems and how to design and implement them
- Master different approaches to build real-world software applications
- Build domain specific enterprise software systems
- Use open-source tools to build enterprise software systems
Who This Book Is For
Software Developers, software architect, solution architects, and enterprise architects.