The Agile Architecture Revolution: How Cloud Computing, REST–Based SOA, and Mobile Computing Are Changing Enterprise IT (Anglais) Relié – 5 avril 2013
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The Agile Architecture Revolution places IT trends into the context of Enterprise Architecture, reinventing Enterprise Architecture to support continuous business transformation. It focuses on the challenges of large organizations, while placing such organizations into the broader business ecosystem that includes small and midsize organizations as well as startups.
- Organizes the important trends that are facing technology in businesses and public sector organizations today and over the next several years
- Presents the five broad organizing principles called Supertrends: location independence, global cubicle, democratization of technology, deep interoperability, and complex systems engineering
- Provides a new perspective on service–oriented architecture in conjunction with architectural approaches to cloud computing and mobile technologies that explain how organizations can achieve better business visibility through IT and enterprise architecture
Laying out a multidimensional vision for achieving agile architectures, this book discusses the crisis points that promise sudden, transformative change, unraveling how organizations′ spending on IT will continue to undergo radical change over the next ten years.
Quatrième de couverture
"So, if business agility is good, how can IT achieve it? The current thinking is that we need to change our approach to design and development and move to newer methods and approaches around software architecture. The right answer is that we need to change what we build, not how we build it. This book describes a true revolution, a different way of thinking about how we build and leverage software."
From the Foreword by David S. Linthicum, Cloud Computing and SOA Thought Leader, Author, Blogger, and Consultant
How can your business get what it really wants and needs from IT?
How can your business aim to survive, even in environments of unpredictable change?
The answer is business agility.
A revolution in how we think about architecture, about software development, about IT supporting the business, and in how we think about leveraging new platforms such as cloud computing, The Agile Architecture Revolution reinvents Enterprise Architecture as you know it to support continuous business transformation.
Laying out a multidimensional vision for achieving business agility through agile architectures, author Jason Bloomberg reveals how your business can and indeed, must build a system that can change its behavior and data semantics on–demand, in support of your changing business.
Both visionary and realistic, The Agile Architecture Revolution looks at the convergence of concepts that have the power to change the way we think about software, and finally bring IT back to a place of productivity and value.
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Predicting the future of IT has always been a difficult chore but I think Jason's view is pretty spot on for this point in time. Agility is the center of it all but it goes well beyond just speed.
He outlines a rather iconoclastic view on an SOA as it benefits the business goals for any enterprise that is facing competition in the market place. Sometimes hard to grasp unless you've hit the brick wall yourself, the book goes from business requirement of being agile as an enterprise to utilizing RESTful webservices and the Cloud.
Apart from the chapter on SOA at the start of the book, he manages to write towards a broad audience that is not technical perse. Yet, the book is highly interesting for techies as well.
I think this book is a must read for any architect, business or IT, as well as CIO's and (business) line-management.
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