Fundamentals of Software Integration

Fundamentals of Software Integration

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Integration is one of the most critical technical challenges in software today, as well as a difficult topic to generalize because of the many things affecting it a€” the technologies involved, the timeframe, the number and types of user communities requiring access, regulatory requirements, and so on. For this reason, Hammer and Timmerman have developed this comprehensive and unique overview of the evolution of software technology, with a particular emphasis on long-standing problems that remain unsolved. Fundamentals of Software Integration builds on this through background, presenting an abstract model of the software application and its environment, along with a methodology for how to use this model to develop an integration strategy that meets both the shorta€“ and longa€“term needs of an organization. This text utilizes an accessible writing style and strategic exercises to help students recognize similarities in the integration challenges faced across technologies.For example, consider point of sale (POS) computers at a retail chain. ... Oracle from Relational Software Inc. (later renamed Oracle Corporation), and Ingres, available through a source code license from ... from Pervasive or OpenEdge from Progress Software that were built to serve as embedded databases in applications.

Title:Fundamentals of Software Integration
Author: Kay Hammer, Tina Timmerman
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2012-06-15

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