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9781119820970

Software Architect

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  • ISBN13:

    9781119820970

  • ISBN10:

    1119820979

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2023-03-28
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Summary

A strategic state-of-the-art software architecture manual for all skill levels

In Software Architect, veteran enterprise and solution architect Michael Bell delivers a hands-on playbook of best practices for aspiring and practicing software architects, seeking to improve their software design, integration, communication, presentation, and knowledge acquisition skills. He explores the career enablement, career planning, self-training, and self-improvement topics you’ll need to increase your ability to offer powerful and effective business and technological solutions.

In the book, you’ll learn how to help companies promote business and technological transformation by implementing modern and first-class software design, deployment, integration, and operations.

Software Architect also includes:

  • A modern software architect’s toolbox that includes best practices for multi-dimensional software design and integration in an enterprise quantum computing ecosystem
  • A breakdown of the various types of software architects, as well as useful self-assessments for aspiring and practicing professionals
  • Skill acquisition strategies for software architects along with strategic approaches to ace software architecture interviews

An indispensable manual for aspiring to be architects, software architects-in-training, and practicing software architects. Software Architect is an essential read for anyone hoping to improve their ability to deliver robust business and technical solutions to enterprises everywhere.

Author Biography

MICHAEL BELL is an enterprise and solution architect with hands-on experience in business and software architecture modeling. He has consulted for organizations including J.P. Morgan Chase, Citibank, Bank One, UBS-Paine Webber, American Express, AIG, and the US government. He is the best-selling author of software architecture books, and he offers a variety of enterprise integration solutions for back-end and customer-facing systems.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What does a Software Architect Do?
Chapter 2: Software Architect Types
Chapter 3: Career Planning: A Strategy for Achieving Professional Goals
Chapter 4: Qualification Self-Assessment for Software Architects
Chapter 5: Skill Acquisition for Application Level (Level-I) Software Architects
Chapter 6: Skill Acquisition for Application Level (Level-II) Software Architects
Chapter 7: Skill Acquisition for Application Level (Level-III) Software Architects
Chapter 8: Business Skills: Prescription for Software Architecture Success
Chapter 9: Support Environment Elasticity
Chapter 10: Foster the “Buy over Build” Software Architecture Strategy
Chapter 11: Promote Vendor-Agnostic Solutions
Chapter 12: Reduce Hub and Spokes Architecture Patterns
Chapter 13: Implement Federated Architecture
Chapter 14: Avoid Building Monolithic Software Systems
Chapter 15: Focus on Incremental Software Architecture Solutions
Chapter 16: Avoid the Source Code “Copy and Paste” Approach (lift and shift)
Chapter 17: Don’t Fix a Broken Software System by Throwing more Hardware at it
Chapter 18: Build Testable Software Systems
Chapter 19: Reduce the Amount of Software Proxies and Intermediaries
Chapter 20: Minimize Thick Architecture Layers

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