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Название: Real-Life MDA: Solving Business Problems with Model Driven Architecture
Авторы: Guttman M., Parodi J.
Solving Business Problems with Model Driven Architecture
"This is an exceptional book. Instead of stringing syllables of technological pieces together, the authors tell the whole story; they manage to tie backgrounds, motivations and organizational impact into the big picture."
Dragan Djuric, PhD, Department of Information Systems, FON, University of Belgrade, Serbia
The technical side of model driven architecture is well documented. Real-Life MDA is the first book to take an extended look at this exciting new approach to software development in the context of real business needs. Authors Guttman and Parodi don't tell you what MDA can do for your company; instead, they provide a detailed account of what it has done for six different organizations, both governmental and corporate, each with its own goals, structure, and processes.
Each of these end user case studies begin with the business problem to be solved, continues by charting the entire process from selection of tools to client experiences, and ends by offering a realistic assessment of the results. The authors then summarize the studies by determining common factors, discussing what organizations can benefit most from MDA, and sketching several scenarios for its use.
* Written for executives, analysts, architects, and engineers positioned to influence business-oriented software development at the highest levels.
* Filled with concrete examples and analyses of how MDA is relevant for organizations of various sizes.
* Considers a range of uses for MDA—from business process analysis to full-scale software modeling anddevelopment.
* Presents results for each case study in terms of tangible, measured benefits, including automatically generated code, defect reduction, improved visibility, and ROI.
About the Authors
Michael Guttman is a well-known visionary in the areas of IT strategic planning and enterprise architecture. He has been active in the development of a number of industry standards, including CORBA, UML, and MDA. He is the co-author of "The Object Technology Revolution" (1996), and "Developing E-Business Systems and Architectures" (2000) and is a regular columnist in Software Magazine. Mr. Guttman is currently CTO of The Voyant Group.
John Parodi is a software technical communication specialist, writing on topics that include middleware, enterprise integration, security, software architecture, and development methodologies. He is editor of "The MDA Journal: Model Driven Architecture Straight From The Masters" (2004). Mr. Parodi is the Director of Technical Communications with The Voyant Group.