Re Architecting Application For Cloud

Author: Ashutosh Shashi
Editor: Ashutosh Shashi
ISBN: 1735222208
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This is a reference book for Architects. This book can be helpful for those developers who wants to increase breadth of knowledge about tools and technology. If you are planning for career advancement and you are interviewing for cloud architect, this book can also be used for interview preparation purpose. You can go through this book before your interview every time, so that you will remember all the concepts before interview. As the technology is evolving very fast, new tools and technologies are coming every day. This book covers fundamental of architecting or re-architecting of the application. This book also makes you aware and provides details about tools and technology available in cloud. This book does not over explain any concepts, keeping in mind that you can complete your reading in less time. With this book, you will get lot of information in less reading time.

Portugal Sb07 Sustainable Construction Materials And Practices

Author: Luís Bragança
Editor: IOS Press
ISBN: 1586037854
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The construction industry is a vibrant and active industry. The building sector is responsible for creating, modifying and improving the living environment of humanity. This volume presents solutions that facilitate and promote the adoption of policies, methods and tools to accelerate the movement towards a global sustainable built environment.

Process Centric Architecture For Enterprise Software Systems

Author: Parameswaran Seshan
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439816298
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The increasing adoption of Business Process Management (BPM) has inspired pioneering software architects and developers to effectively leverage BPM-based software and process-centric architecture (PCA) to create software systems that enable essential business processes. Reflecting this emerging trend and evolving field, Process-Centric Architecture

Commerce Justice Science And Related Agencies Appropriations For 2015

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
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Future Proof Software Systems

Author: Frank J. Furrer
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3658199385
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This book focuses on software architecture and the value of architecture in the development of long-lived, mission-critical, trustworthy software-systems. The author introduces and demonstrates the powerful strategy of “Managed Evolution,” along with the engineering best practice known as “Principle-based Architecting.” The book examines in detail architecture principles for e.g., Business Value, Changeability, Resilience, and Dependability. The author argues that the software development community has a strong responsibility to produce and operate useful, dependable, and trustworthy software. Software should at the same time provide business value and guarantee many quality-of-service properties, including security, safety, performance, and integrity. As Dr. Furrer states, “Producing dependable software is a balancing act between investing in the implementation of business functionality and investing in the quality-of-service properties of the software-systems.” The book presents extensive coverage of such concepts as: Principle-Based Architecting Managed Evolution Strategy The Future Principles for Business Value Legacy Software Modernization/Migration Architecture Principles for Changeability Architecture Principles for Resilience Architecture Principles for Dependability The text is supplemented with numerous figures, tables, examples and illustrative quotations. Future-Proof Software-Systems provides a set of good engineering practices, devised for integration into most software development processes dedicated to the creation of software-systems that incorporate Managed Evolution.

Web Engineering

Author: Florian Daniel
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3642392008
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Web Engineering, ICWE 2013, held in Aalborg, Denmark, in July 2013. The 21 full research papers, 4 industry papers, and 11 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 92 submissions. The scientific program was completed with 7 workshops, 6 demonstrations and posters. The papers cover a wide spectrum of topics, such as, among others: web mining and knowledge extraction, semantic and linked data management, crawling and web research, model-driven web engineering, component-based web engineering, Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and client-side programming, web services, and end-user development.

Theory Of Shocks Covid 19 And Normative Fundamentals For Policy Responses

Author: Pilipenko, Olga Ivanovna
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1799843106
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The phenomenon of shocks is often mentioned in relation to economic crises but rarely studied. This gap in research has resulted in shocks being poorly understood, with no fundamental explanation of their inciting conditions. It is a system-forming problem that cannot be investigated without dynamic ideas about the economy, but an incomplete understanding of this event leaves economic systems vulnerable to collapse. Theory of Shocks, COVID-19, and Normative Fundamentals for Policy Responses is an essential publication that explores the factors that cause economic shocks and the mechanisms of their implementation. The book serves as a resource for the development of policy-oriented frameworks for achieving and maintaining national and international strategies to properly manage future global shocks. Featuring coverage of a wide range of topics including dialectics, self-evolvement, and structural relationships, this book is ideally designed for economists, executives, managers, entrepreneurs, academicians, students, and researchers in the areas of finance, macroeconomics, economic theory, and risk assessment.

Knowledge Driven Service Innovation And Management It Strategies For Business Alignment And Value Creation

Author: Chew, Eng K.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466625139
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"This book provides a comprehensive collection of research and analysis on the principles of service, knowledge and organizational capabilities, clarifying IT strategy procedures and management practices and how they are used to shape a firm's knowledge resources"--Provided by publisher.

Information Technology Strategy And Management Best Practices

Author: Chew, Eng K.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1599048051
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Describes the principles and methodologies for crafting and executing a successful business-aligned IT strategy to provide businesses with value delivery.

The Challenge Of Change

Author: Dirk van den Heuvel
Editor: IOS Press
ISBN: 1586039172
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Addresses the tensions between change and continuity from a historical-theoretical perspective. This book focuses on the larger scale of city and landscape. It draws attention to the scale of the building or building complex, and questions limits of re-use and flexibility.

Too Blessed To Be Depressed

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Editor: 010 Publishers
ISBN: 9789064504662
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Publikatie verschenen t.g.v. de uitreiking van de Rotterdam-Maaskantprijs voor jonge architecten aan Wouter Vanstiphout. Boekbespreking in De Architect, october 2002, p. 93.

A Practical Approach To Large Scale Agile Development

Author: Gary Gruver
Editor: Addison-Wesley
ISBN: 0132981017
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Today, even the largest development organizations are turning to agile methodologies, seeking major productivity and quality improvements. However, large-scale agile development is difficult, and publicly available case studies have been scarce. Now, three agile pioneers at Hewlett-Packard present a candid, start-to-finish insider’s look at how they’ve succeeded with agile in one of the company’s most mission-critical software environments: firmware for HP LaserJet printers. This book tells the story of an extraordinary experiment and journey. Could agile principles be applied to re-architect an enormous legacy code base? Could agile enable both timely delivery and ongoing innovation? Could it really be applied to 400+ developers distributed across four states, three continents, and four business units? Could it go beyond delivering incremental gains, to meet the stretch goal of 10x developer productivity improvements? It could, and it did—but getting there was not easy. Writing for both managers and technologists, the authors candidly discuss both their successes and failures, presenting actionable lessons for other development organizations, as well as approaches that have proven themselves repeatedly in HP’s challenging environment. They not only illuminate the potential benefits of agile in large-scale development, they also systematically show how these benefits can actually be achieved. Coverage includes: • Tightly linking agile methods and enterprise architecture with business objectives • Focusing agile practices on your worst development pain points to get the most bang for your buck • Abandoning classic agile methods that don’t work at the largest scale • Employing agile methods to establish a new architecture • Using metrics as a “conversation starter” around agile process improvements • Leveraging continuous integration and quality systems to reduce costs, accelerate schedules, and automate the delivery pipeline • Taming the planning beast with “light-touch” agile planning and lightweight long-range forecasting • Implementing effective project management and ensuring accountability in large agile projects • Managing tradeoffs associated with key decisions about organizational structure • Overcoming U.S./India cultural differences that can complicate offshore development • Selecting tools to support quantum leaps in productivity in your organization • Using change management disciplines to support greater enterprise agility

The Contradictions Of Urban Art

Author: Ewa Rewers
Editor: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 364390374X
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This book examines the dynamics of artistic creativity that transgresses the boundaries of public art, and it looks into the inventions expressed by the practical activities and academic research focused on contemporary urban spaces. The Contradictions of Urban Art demonstrates how the multilingualism of art and science raises the temperature of discussions concerning the city. It advises that what we call 'city art' should include outdoor events, prose, and poetry. (Series: Development in Humanities - Vol. 5)

Advanced Information Systems Engineering

Author: Klaus R. Dittrich
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3540453415
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Since the late 1980s, the CAiSE conferences have provided a forum for the p- sentation and exchange of research results and practical experiences within the ?eld of Information Systems Engineering. CAiSE 2001 was the 13th conference in this series and was held from 4th to 8th June 2001 in the resort of Int- laken located near the three famous Swiss mountains – the Eiger, M ̈ onch, and Jungfrau. The ?rst two days consisted of pre-conference workshops and tutorials. The workshop themes included requirements engineering, evaluation of modeling methods, data integration over the Web, agent-oriented information systems, and the design and management of data warehouses. Continuing the tradition of recent CAiSE conferences, there was also a doctoral consortium. The p- conference tutorials were on the themes of e-business models and XML appli- tion development. The main conference program included three invited speakers, two tuto- als, and a panel discussion in addition to presentations of the papers in these proceedings. We also included a special ‘practice and experience’ session to give presentersanopportunitytoreportonanddiscussexperiencesandinvestigations on the use of methods and technologies in practice. Weextendourthankstothemembersoftheprogramcommitteeandallother referees without whom such conferences would not be possible. The program committee, whose members came from 20 di?erent countries, selected 27 hi- quality research papers and 3 experience reports from a total of 97 submissions. The topics of these papers span the wide-range of topics relevant to information systems engineering – from requirements and design through to implementation and operation of complex and dynamic systems.

Weapons System Sustainment Planning Early In The Development Life Cycle

Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Editor: National Academies Press
ISBN: 030967588X
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According to the Government Accountability Office, sustainment of weapon systems accounts for approximately 70 percent of the total life-cycle costs. When sustainment is not considered early in the development process or as an integral part of the systems engineering design, it can negatively affect the ability of the Air Force to maintain and improve the weapon system once it enters service. At the request of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, Weapons Systems Sustainment Planning Early in the Development Life Cycle identifies at what point or phase of the development of a weapons system sustainment planning should be integrated into the program; examines and provides recommendations regarding how sustainment planning should be evaluated throughout the development process; investigates and describes the current challenges with sustainment planning and determines what changes have occurred throughout the acquisition process that may have eroded sustainment planning; and identifies opportunities for acquisitions offices to gain greater access to sustainment expertise.

The Oxford Dictionary Of Architecture

Author: James Stevens Curl
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199674981
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Covers all periods of western architectural history including biographies of architects and others who have made significant contributions to the field of architecture.

Exam Ref Az 304 Microsoft Azure Architect Design Certification And Beyond

Author: Brett Hargreaves
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1800560540
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Master the Microsoft Azure platform and prepare for the AZ-304 certification exam by learning the key concepts needed to identify key stakeholder requirements and translate these into robust solutions Key Features Build secure and scalable solutions on the Microsoft Azure platform Learn how to design solutions that are compliant with customer requirements Work with real-world scenarios to become a successful Azure architect, and prepare for the AZ-304 exam Book Description The AZ-304 exam tests an architect's ability to design scalable, reliable, and secure solutions in Azure based on customer requirements. Exam Ref AZ-304 Microsoft Azure Architect Design Certification and Beyond offers complete, up-to-date coverage of the AZ-304 exam content to help you prepare for it confidently, pass the exam first time, and get ready for real-world challenges. This book will help you to investigate the need for good architectural practices and discover how they address common concerns for cloud-based solutions. You will work through the CloudStack, from identity and access through to infrastructure (IaaS), data, applications, and serverless (PaaS). As you make progress, you will delve into operations including monitoring, resilience, scalability, and disaster recovery. Finally, you'll gain a clear understanding of how these operations fit into the real world with the help of full scenario-based examples throughout the book. By the end of this Azure book, you'll have covered everything you need to pass the AZ-304 certification exam and have a handy desktop reference guide. What you will learn Understand the role of architecture in the cloud Ensure security through identity, authorization, and governance Find out how to use infrastructure components such as compute, containerization, networking, and storage accounts Design scalable applications and databases using web apps, functions, messaging, SQL, and Cosmos DB Maintain operational health through monitoring, alerting, and backups Discover how to create repeatable and reliable automated deployments Understand customer requirements and respond to their changing needs Who this book is for This book is for Azure Solution Architects who advise stakeholders and help translate business requirements into secure, scalable, and reliable solutions. Junior architects looking to advance their skills in the Cloud will also benefit from this book. Experience with the Azure platform is expected, and a general understanding of development patterns will be advantageous.

Web Application Security

Author: Andrew Hoffman
Editor: O'Reilly Media
ISBN: 1492053082
File Size: 36,45 MB
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While many resources for network and IT security are available, detailed knowledge regarding modern web application security has been lacking—until now. This practical guide provides both offensive and defensive security concepts that software engineers can easily learn and apply. Andrew Hoffman, a senior security engineer at Salesforce, introduces three pillars of web application security: recon, offense, and defense. You’ll learn methods for effectively researching and analyzing modern web applications—including those you don’t have direct access to. You’ll also learn how to break into web applications using the latest hacking techniques. Finally, you’ll learn how to develop mitigations for use in your own web applications to protect against hackers. Explore common vulnerabilities plaguing today's web applications Learn essential hacking techniques attackers use to exploit applications Map and document web applications for which you don’t have direct access Develop and deploy customized exploits that can bypass common defenses Develop and deploy mitigations to protect your applications against hackers Integrate secure coding best practices into your development lifecycle Get practical tips to help you improve the overall security of your web applications

Energy And Water And Related Agencies Appropriations For Fiscal Year

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations
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Practical Hadoop Migration

Author: Bhushan Lakhe
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1484212878
File Size: 20,51 MB
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Re-architect relational applications to NoSQL, integrate relational database management systems with the Hadoop ecosystem, and transform and migrate relational data to and from Hadoop components. This book covers the best-practice design approaches to re-architecting your relational applications and transforming your relational data to optimize concurrency, security, denormalization, and performance. Winner of IBM’s 2012 Gerstner Award for his implementation of big data and data warehouse initiatives and author of Practical Hadoop Security, author Bhushan Lakhe walks you through the entire transition process. First, he lays out the criteria for deciding what blend of re-architecting, migration, and integration between RDBMS and HDFS best meets your transition objectives. Then he demonstrates how to design your transition model. Lakhe proceeds to cover the selection criteria for ETL tools, the implementation steps for migration with SQOOP- and Flume-based data transfers, and transition optimization techniques for tuning partitions, scheduling aggregations, and redesigning ETL. Finally, he assesses the pros and cons of data lakes and Lambda architecture as integrative solutions and illustrates their implementation with real-world case studies. Hadoop/NoSQL solutions do not offer by default certain relational technology features such as role-based access control, locking for concurrent updates, and various tools for measuring and enhancing performance. Practical Hadoop Migration shows how to use open-source tools to emulate such relational functionalities in Hadoop ecosystem components. What You'll Learn Decide whether you should migrate your relational applications to big data technologies or integrate them Transition your relational applications to Hadoop/NoSQL platforms in terms of logical design and physical implementation Discover RDBMS-to-HDFS integration, data transformation, and optimization techniques Consider when to use Lambda architecture and data lake solutions Select and implement Hadoop-based components and applications to speed transition, optimize integrated performance, and emulate relational functionalities Who This Book Is For Database developers, database administrators, enterprise architects, Hadoop/NoSQL developers, and IT leaders. Its secondary readership is project and program managers and advanced students of database and management information systems.