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Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform (Second Edition)

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Learn
  • Organize the evaluation of candidate solutions to a given business problem
  • Learn about the new features of .NET 4.5 and its capabilities
  • Understand the core components and compelling aspects of BizTalk Server 2013
  • Explore different integration patterns and antipatterns such as point-to-point, message broker, publish/subscribe, data aggregation versus data sharing, and enterprise message bus
  • Understand the architectural principles that SOA brings to the table and how they are different from open API
  • Implement fully automated workflows and workflows with manual operations
  • Use SharePoint to improve content management and collaboration in the enterprise
About

This book provides a method for choosing the right Microsoft application platform technologies to meet the requirements of your solution. It examines proven technologies such as SQL Server, BizTalk, SharePoint, and .NET. The book considers architectural patterns for solutions in the areas of messaging, workflow, data processing, and collaboration.

This book will give you a proven framework to make the optimal technology selection and fulfil your business requirements. We will also discuss building web services and REST services in an SOA environment, as well as different approaches to building presentation layers, integration patterns, and much more.

Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform, Second Edition,is your ultimate guide to Microsoft technologies and beyond.

Features
  • Updated to include the most recent technologies, including .NET and SQL Server
  • Provides an architectural methodology for choosing Microsoft application platform technologies to meet the requirements of your solution
  • Presents solutions for messaging, workflow, data processing, and performance scenarios
Page Count 456
Course Length 13 hours 40 minutes
ISBN9781849689120
Date Of Publication 24 Jul 2014
Building presentation layers
MVC, MVP, and MVVM
Working with a use case – a user interface for the shopping cart
Working with a use case – a desktop time billing application
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Authors

Andre Dovgal

Andre Dovgal has worked for several international organizations in the course of his 30-year career. Some of his most exceptional accomplishments include building customized solutions for the financial industry, algorithms for artificial intelligence systems, e-business systems for real-estate agents, and IT integration services in the areas of law enforcement and justice. He possesses certifications in different areas of computer science, project management, and finance. He has authored more than 30 publications on IT, computer science, finance, history, and philosophy. Since the mid 2000s, Andre has been focusing on integration and workflow technologies (BizTalk, SQL Server, and later WF and SharePoint). His current experience includes the latest versions of the BizTalk ESB and SQL Server platforms with all components, such as SSIS and SSRS, and .NET 4.5 pillars (WCF, WF, and WPF).

Dmitri Olechko

Dmitri Olechko has over 15 years' experience in software project architecture and development using Microsoft products, including Visual Studio .NET, SQL Server, WCF services, SSRS, SSIS, SharePoint, WPF, Workflow Foundation, BizTalk, ASP.NET, and MVC/jQuery. He has been part of a number of commercial projects for large corporations and government organizations, including Future Concepts, Government of Saskatchewan, The Los Angeles Police Department, Green Dot Corp, and Comcast among others. Apart from this, he has a keen interest in areas such as dispatching and logistics algorithms, parallel processing, Big Data management, and cloud-based software.

Gregor Noriskin

Gregor Noriskin is a polyglot programmer, software architect, and software development leader. Over the past two decades, he has written a lot of code; designed enterprise, web, and commercial software systems; and led software engineering teams. He has worked with large and small companies on five continents in multiple roles, industries, and domains. He spent nearly a decade at Microsoft, where he worked as Performance Program Manager for the Common Language Runtime and Technical Assistant to the CTO.