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Enterprise Architecture with .NET
Enterprise Architecture with .NET

Enterprise Architecture with .NET: Expert-backed advice for information system design, down to .NET and C# implementation

By Jean-Philippe Gouigoux
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Book May 2024 772 pages 1st Edition
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Enterprise Architecture with .NET

Part 1: Business-Aligned Architecture and the Problems It Solves

This first part of the book is not technical at all and aims to provide a good understanding of what business-/IT-alignment is all about. It explains the difficulties and shortcomings in existing information systems and how some industrialization approaches may help overcome these problems. This is useful for anyone confronted with digital transformation. People with an IT system that does not deliver on its functional promises is hard to evolve, and is not cost-effective should also get a better understanding of why this is the case. After explaining causes and symptoms, this part of the book proposes a theoretical approach in the form of a utopic system that would be free of all these shortcomings and will guide our work in the next parts.

This part includes the following chapters:

  • Chapter 1, The Sad State of Information Systems
  • Chapter 2, Applying Industrial Principles to Software
  • Chapter 3, Reaching Business Alignment
  • Chapter 4, Dealing with Time and Technical Debt
  • Chapter 5, A Utopic Perfect IT System
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Key benefits

  • Learn the principles of business-aligned software architecture
  • Relate theory to several well-known architecture frameworks
  • Apply the knowledge you gain to create a .NET application with a standard-based API
  • Purchase of the print or Kindle book includes a free PDF eBook

Description

The software development domain continues to grow exponentially, and information systems have become the backbone of most industries, including non-digital-native ones. However, technical debt, coupling, and a high level of maintenance - sometimes bringing IT systems to a complete halt – continue to present a problem. The software industry has to still apply standards-based, modular, and repeatable approaches that exist in other industries. This book demonstrates such methods in action, particularly business/IT alignment principles. As you progress, you’ll cover advanced concepts and theories currently researched in academia. Then, you’ll be guided toward a practical framework to transfer these approaches to actual software architecture. Finally, a dedicated section will help you apply the knowledge you gain to a sample application in .NET where API design, dependency management, and code writing will be explained in detail to relate to the business-alignment principles explained at the beginning. Throughout the book, you’ll get equipped with the skills to create modular, long-living applications that serve your users better. By the end of this .NET book, you’ll not only have learned new concepts but also gained the ability to apply them immediately to your upcoming software endeavors.

What you will learn

Comprehend the main problems in real-world software development Understand what business alignment means Create a four-layer map of an information system Become proficient in SOLID, C4, and domain-driven design (DDD) architecture Get up to speed with semantics, APIs, and standards for better interoperability Include BPM, MDM, and BRMS in information systems Design an application with strict responsibility separation

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Publication date : May 31, 2024
Length 772 pages
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Language : English
ISBN-13 : 9781835085660
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Table of Contents

30 Chapters
Preface Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
1. Part 1: Business-Aligned Architecture and the Problems It Solves Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
2. Chapter 1: The Sad State of Information Systems Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
3. Chapter 2: Applying Industrial Principles to Software Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
4. Chapter 3: Reaching Business Alignment Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
5. Chapter 4: Dealing with Time and Technical Debt Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
6. Chapter 5: A Utopic Perfect IT System Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
7. Part 2: Architecture Frameworks and Methods Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
8. Chapter 6: SOLID Principles, from Code to Systems Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
9. Chapter 7: C4 and Other Approaches Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
10. Chapter 8: Service Orientation and APIs Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
11. Chapter 9: Exploring Domain-Driven Design and Semantics Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
12. Chapter 10: Master Data Management Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
13. Chapter 11: Business Processes and Low Code Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
14. Chapter 12: Externalization of Business Rules Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
15. Chapter 13: Externalization of Authorization Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
16. Part 3: Building a Blueprint Application with .NET Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
17. Chapter 14: Decomposing the Functional Responsibilities Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
18. Chapter 15: Plugging Standard External Modules Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
19. Chapter 16: Creating a Write-Only Data Referential Service Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
20. Chapter 17: Adding Query to the Data Referential Service Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
21. Chapter 18: Deploying Data Referential Services Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
22. Chapter 19: Designing a Second Data Referential Service Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
23. Chapter 20: Creating a Graphical User Interface Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
24. Chapter 21: Extending the Interfaces Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
25. Chapter 22: Integrating Business Processes Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
26. Part 4: Validating the Architecture Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
27. Chapter 23: Applying Modifications to the System Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
28. Index Chevron down icon Chevron up icon
29. Other Books You May Enjoy Chevron down icon Chevron up icon

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