Incremental Software Architecture: A Method for Saving Failing IT Implementations

  • ISBN-13: 9781119117643
  • Author: Michael Bell
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2016-02-01
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 272
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The best-practices solution guide for rescuing broken software systemsDevised to rescue failing IT implementations, Incremental Software Architecture presents an advanced approach for designing durable, flawless, and elastic software systems to enable business growth. This is a practical-solutions manual with complete guidance, abundance of hands-on instruction, and powerful remedies formulated to save software malfunction. Such software architecture failure typically hinders organizational response to commerce trends, growing consumer demands, changes to business strategies, and technological evolution.You'll learn how to avoid developing software systems that are destined to fail and rescue under-performing software implementations that have already deployed to production. These methods and practices will help you circumvent the business losses that cause companies to flounder.Mitigate risks of software development projectsAccurately assess technological feasibility and viabilityIncrease return on investments (ROI)Provide effective tools to assess technological achievability and viabilityIntroduce software design best practices for enterprise architecture effortsIdentify actual software construction value propositionFoster software assets reuse and consolidationAccelerate time-to-marketOn the software architecture front, fierce competition and volatile commerce markets drive companies to invest heavily in the construction of software systems, which strains IT and business budgets and puts immense pressure on existing network infrastructure. As technology evolves, these increasingly complex computing landscapes become more expensive and difficult to maintain. Incremental Software Architecture shows you how to revamp the architecture to effectively reduce production environment burden, cost, and the chance of failure.

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