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Semantic Software Design

A New Theory and Practical Guide for Modern Architects

Paperback Engels 2019 9781492045953
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With this practical book, architects, CTOs, and CIOs will learn a set of patterns for the practice of architecture, including analysis, documentation, and communication. Author Eben Hewitt shows you how to create holistic and thoughtful technology plans, communicate them clearly, lead people toward the vision, and become a great architect or Chief Architect.

This book covers each key aspect of architecture comprehensively, including how to incorporate business architecture, information architecture, data architecture, application (software) architecture together to have the best chance for the system’s success.

- Get a practical set of proven architecture practices focused on shipping great products using architecture
- Learn how architecture works effectively with development teams, management, and product management teams through the value chain
- Find updated special coverage on machine learning architecture
- Get usable templates to start incorporating into your teams immediately
- Incorporate business architecture, information architecture, data architecture, and application (software) architecture together

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781492045953
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:250
Uitgever:O'Reilly
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:21-10-2019
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT

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Over Ben Hewit

Eben Hewitt is the CTO and Chief Architect at Sabre Hospitality where he is responsible for the technology strategy and for designing large-scale, mission-critical systems and leading teams to build them. He has served as CTO at one of the world's largest hotel companies and CIO of O'Reilly Media. He has been a consultant to Warburg Pincus and others on distributed data and a frequent speaker at international conferences. He is the author of several books, including Technology Strategy Patterns (2018), Cassandra: The Definitive Guide, Java SOA Cookbook, and several other books on architecture, web and software development, including Semantic Software Design (2019). He's won several innovation awards for his software design work, and his first full-length play was produced in New York City.

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Inhoudsopgave

Preface
Conventions Used in This Book
Using Code Examples
O’Reilly Online Learning
How to Contact Us
Acknowledgments

I. Episteme: The Philosophy of Design
1. Origins of Software Architecture
Software’s Conceptual Origins
Copies and Creativity
Why Software Projects Fail
The Impact of Failures

2. The Production of Concepts
Semantics and the Software Factory
The Myth of Requirements
Semantics and Software Architecture
The Semantic Field
Designers Are Producers of Concepts
Designing Concepts
What Is a Concept?
Accomplish, Avoid, Fix
Outlining Your Concept on the Concept Canvas
Ideas Are Captured in a Lookbook
Fit to Purpose
The Concept Is Expressed in a Parti
An Example
Adding Aspects to the Parti
The Parti Is Based on a Series of Reveals
Understanding Ideas
Sense Certainty
Metacognition
Context
Sets
Relations
Advantages of Semantic Design

3. Deconstruction and Design
Introduction to Deconstruction
Simplexity
(De)composition
Affordance
Give Intention and Use Value to Negative Space
Give Design Decisions at Least Two Justifications
Design from Multiple Perspectives
Create a Quarantine or Embassy
Design for Failure
Design Language
Naming
Start Opposite the User
Platforms
Disappearing

II. Semantic Design in Practice
4. Design Thinking
Why Design Thinking?
Exploring Design Thinking
Principles
The Method
Implementing the Method
Summary

5. Semantic Design Practices and Artifacts
Design Principles
Pair Designing
Murals
Vision Box
Mind Maps
Use Cases
Guidelines and Conventions
Utils
Domain
service-api
service-impl
service-client
Approaches
Design Definition Document
Considerations for Composing Your Design Definition
Position Papers
RAID
Presentations and Multiple Viewpoints
Summary

6. The Business Aspect
Capturing the Business Strategy
Provide a Common Understanding
Align Strategic Objectives and Tactical Demands
Framework Introduction
Scope of the Framework
Create the Business Glossary
Create the Organizational Map
Create a Business Capabilities Model
Create a Process Map
Reengineer Processes
Take Inventory of Systems
Define the Metrics
Institute Appropriate Governance
Business Architecture in Applications
Summary

7. The Application Aspect
Embrace Constraints
Decouple User Interfaces
UI Packages
On Platform Design
Service Resources and Representations
Domain Language
API Guidelines
Deconstructed Versioning
Cacheability and Idempotence
Independently Buildable
Strategies and Configurable Services
Application-Specific Services
Communicate Through Services
Expect Externalization
Design for Resilience
Interactive Documentation
Anatomy of a Service
UI Packages
Orchestrations
Engines
Data Accessors
Eventing
Structure of an Event Message
Contextual Services and Service Mixins
Performance Improvement Checklist
Separating API from Implementation
Languages
Radical Immutability
Specifications
A Comment on Test Automation
A Comment on Comments
Summary

8. The Data Aspect
Business Glossary
Strategies for Semantic Data Modeling
Polyglot Persistence
Persistence Scorecard
Multimodeling
Data Models for Streams
Feature Engineering for Machine Learning
Classpath Deployment and Network Proxies
Peer-to-Peer Persistent Stores
Graph Databases
OrientDB and Gremlin
Data Pipelines
Machine Learning Data Pipelines
Metadata and Service Metrics
Auditing
ADA Compliance
Summary

9. The Infrastructure Aspect
Considerations for Architects
DevOps
Infrastructure as Code
Metrics First
Compliance Map
Automated Pipelines Also First
The Production Multiverse and Feature Toggling
Implementing Feature Toggles
Multi-Armed Bandits: Machine Learning and Infinite Toggles
Infrastructure Design and Documentation Checklist
Chaos
Stakeholder Diversity and Inside/Out
Summary

III. Operations, Process, and Management
10. The Creative Director
The Semantic Designer’s Role
Creative Directors Across Industries
In Fashion
In Film
In Video Games
In Advertising
In Theater
In Technology
What’s In a Name?

11. Management, Governance, Operations
Strategy and Tooling
Oblique Strategies
Lateral Thinking and Working with Concepts
Conceptual Tests
Code Reviews
Demos
The Operational Scorecard
The Service-Oriented Organization
Cross-Functional Teams
The Designed Scalable Business Machine
Managing Modernization as a Program
Change Management
Governance
Goals
Metrics
Service Portfolio
Service Inventory and Metadata
Service Design Checklist
Service Design
Service Operations
Business Processes
Data
Errors
Performance
Security
Quality Assurance
Availability and Support
Deployment
Documentation
Further Reading on Organizational Design

12. The Semantic Design Manifesto
The Manifesto
The Four Ideals
The Key Practices
Opening

A. The Semantic Design Toolbox
The Tools
Thinking Stage
Concept Stage
Design Stage
Operations and Governance

B. Further Reading
Architecture and Design Books
Philosophy Books
Software Books

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